1 5.2ozpackage of Boursin: Garlic & Fine Herbs, cut into 4 pieces and rolled into discs
salt and pepper, to taste
4Brioche Burger Buns
mayonnaise to taste(spike it with some maple syrup for an extra breakfast kick!)
1small red onion, sliced thin
2cupslettuce, torn into pieces about the size of your palm
Preheat the Grill
Combine the sausage and ground beef and weigh it out into four ½ pound pieces.
Roll each section into a ball then smash it down flat into your palm so the burger spreads out onto your fingers and thumb (about ½" thick). Place one of the discs of Boursin in the center, then use your fingers and thumb to bring the ground beef and sausage up around and over the Boursin. Pinch together the seam and flatten into the shape you need for grilling. Salt and pepper as desired.
Grill, turning at least once until desired doneness is reached. Remove from heat and let rest 2 Minutes.
Toast the buns on the grill while the burgers rest and brush them with the mayonnaise. Top your burger with the lettuce, tomato, onion and fried egg. Serve hot.
Your Boursin will be likely to spill out of the burger if you just try to seal together two discs of burger with the cheese in the middle. Avoid this by using the technique described in directions.