I am going to be honest. I have no idea how to pronounce Banh Mi.
My spelling and reading abilities are not the best.
I have always struggled with spelling. I am honestly the worst. Let’s just say that I use google and spell check a lot. Although, spell check can’t normally figure out what the heck I am trying to say.
Yeah, I thought it looked pretty. That’s how I decide what to make. Food has got to look pretty, it just has to.
I got a little crazy and threw a fried egg on top.
Mostly because I am currently obsessed with frying eggs. Well actually I might be slightly more obsessed with avocados. Lately I have been combining the two to make one awesome meal. It’s epic, but it’s so simple that I can’t decide whether to share it with you guys.
So yeah, I LOVE the drippy egg.
I am all about the drippy egg. The drippy egg and this burger are amazing together.
Not gonna lie, I know it’s a bit odd, but in this case, odd is good. Really good.
The Asian flavors going on in this burger are unexpected, but a nice change-up to the traditional cheeseburger. Not to mention, this is like a healthy burger.
Lean ground chicken, whole wheat bun, loads of veggies and an egg. Like whoa, how did that happen? I swear it was 110% unintentional. Plus, you are going to need a healthy meal before you read tomorrow post. It’s a good one.
Ok, ok now don’t get all freaked out by an egg on your burger. It really is amazing, but if you, for some odd reason, are adverse to eggs it is obviously 100% optional.
The burgers are really good by themselves, really they are, but do the egg.
The egg is cool.