Paula Deen’s idea for ‘butter burgers’ might be your new favorite recipe

Can we go to Paula Deen’s house for Easter?

On Wednesday’s edition of “Fox & Friends,” celebrity chef and restaurateur Paula Deen shared some of her favorite crowd-pleasing ideas for holiday entertaining, but it was her recipe for “butter burgers” that stole the segment.

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“This is for special occasions,” said Deen, who demonstrated the unusual idea out in Fox Square. “On Sundays, I would throw birthday parties for [employees] born in that month, and to make it special, I would make butter burgers.”

Using a smokeless electric grill — which allows her to grill buttery burgers indoors, and year-round — Deen blended cold cubes of butter into her ground beef before shaping her patties and slapping them over the heat.

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“Looks like a lot of butter in there!” Jillian Mele observed of Deen’s technique, to which the celebrity chef immediately responded with an enthusiastic, “Yeah!”

Deen — or the Queen of Butter, as she was referred to — also offered up a few more tips for grilling butter burgers, telling the “Fox & Friends” crew to “leave [the patties] on that fire long enough” for the butter to melt and soak into the beef, and to try to refrain from turning them “a bunch.”

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Aside from the butter burgers, Deen also treated the gang to grilled salmon and a tray of “dessert burritos” that might just rival your favorite Easter candy.

For all that and more, check out the segment above.

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