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Bacon Buster

A goon named dreadnought on the Something Awful forums submitted a thread called “There Will Be Heart Attacks: the legend of the Bacon Buster” and gave us the best thing since the hot dog roll up.

I decided to attempt this recipe for myself. What type of wondrous food could these ingredients possibly create:

Step 1. Stuff
A hand blender, salt, English mustard, pepper, onion, egg, garlic granules (or clove), parsley and five rashers of bacon.
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Step 2. Cutting the bacon
Chop the bacon as small as you can with the knife and further chop in a blender or hand blender. Put aside and wash hands.
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Step 3. Cutting onions
Clean chopping board and knife and cut the onions as fine as you can.
As much as it sucks, do it as fast as possible then wash your hands.
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Step 4. Throw in the ingredients
No specific measurments, just season to taste. I prefer English mustard because unlike other mustards from around the world – this actually tastes of something.
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Step 5. Make into patties
If your patties are a little too wet or soggy, just add some breadcrumbs to help bind it.
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Step 6. Cook!
I’d say 3-4 minutes on each side is more than enough on a medium heat.
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Step 7. Serve
Throw it on a plate with a bit of leaf and there you have it, a salt filled bacon burger.
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If you are truly concerned – this actually tasted good. I can’t fathom how much sodium is in one of these beats, but who cares?

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