Is it lunch? Is it breakfast? Who cares, it’s amazing.
So apparently there’s a cheeseburger joint in Philly that is stuffing burgers inside of donuts.
I mean, I’m not sure what’s going on in the world right now, but I thought y’all might appreciate being able to recreate this at home.
Because sometimes you just need ground beef squirted inside a donut, right? Maybe?
I’m not going to assign this recipe a time of day—breakfast, lunch, whatever. It’s a burger inside a donut and if you’ve made the decision to eat this, then you’re awesome enough to make the decision about whether it’s breakfast or lunch food.
This is actually quite easy, so put on your mad scientist chef’s hat and let’s go!
First you’re going to brown some beef. Once it’s cooked you’ll blitz it in a food processor or blender until it’s very finely ground. You don’t want big chunks of meat, or it will be hard to pipe.
Next you’ll stir in some canned cheese sauce and milk. Is this real life?
Now, let that sit for a bit while you fry up your donuts. We’ll use my favorite donuts for this—Pillsbury™ biscuits! Don’t bother making a hole in the center; just fry them right up.
Drain on a paper towel-lined plate.
Now, add your meat and cheese mixture to a piping bag with a large holed tip. I know. This is really weird and you’re questioning all your life’s choices right now.
Squirt the meat right into the center of the donuts. Yes, I just typed that sentence.
Now you’re going to whip up a simple glaze and spoon it right over those meaty donuts.
Yup. This just happened. It’s kind of glorious.