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Friday, July 28, 2006

Stuffed Burgers

The idea of a stuffed burger came to me when I was watching a burger challenge on the Food Network. One contestant did a burger stuffed with blue cheese and after watching that I figured I'd have to try the technique sometime. These burgers are stuffed with Monterey Jack cheese and crumbled bacon making them unique and delicious.

1 pound ground chuck meat
1 tablespoon of worchestire sauce
1 Jalapeno pepper
salt and pepper
1 cup grated Monterey Jack cheese
4 slices of bacon, cooked

1. Heat up a gas or charcoal grill and grease well with oil. In a bowl, mix the meat, worchestire, and salt and pepper to combine. Finely chop the jalapeno and add it to the meat mixture making sure the pieces are well distributed.

2. Crumple the bacon into little pieces and add to the grated cheese. Take 1/4 of the meat mixture and form into a ball like shape. Then take 1/4 of the cheese mixture and form into a small nugget with your hands. Insert this nugget into the meat and cover it with more meat so that the cheese mixture cannot be seen. Flatten out the meat into your desired thickness.

3. Form the rest of the burgers as demonstrated in above. Place the burgers on the grill and cook for about 5-7 minutes flipping occasionally. Serve on a bun and enjoy! No additional cheese or condiments required.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love these stuffed burgers. I once made one of these stuffed with red peppers and chedder cheese. It was pretty good. I'll definetely try this recipe tomarrow and im sure it will be just as amazing as all your other recipies.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

get some vegetarian recipes you meat-eating barbarians!


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