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Stuffed hamburgers???

vidalia1vidalia1 Posts: 7,092
edited 7:28AM in EggHead Forum
I saw a recipe a few weeks back on this site. It was for stuffed hamburgers. I tried the archive but I don't see it. Does anybody have that recipe? In seems like it was stuffed with grilled onions, bacon bits & cheese. Am I missing any details?[p]Kim Youngblood
(aka vidalia1)

Comments

  • RichRich Posts: 67
    We used to call them Lumberjacks and you can put anything in them. We would roll out the hamburger meat like a pie crust. Then everyone would put their ingredients on one half (e.g. mushrooms, cheese, mustard, ketchup, onions, etc.). You would flip it over like a calzone and then onto the grill.[p]Generally we got carried away and made them too big for a bun. But they were grwat nonetheless.
  • vidalia1,
    I made those a couple of weeks ago. I used a ground skirt steak, about 1 lb, made 6 somewhat thin patties. I then, fried and crumbled the bacon, and sauteed some diced red onions. I put the American cheese on the pattie, then the bacon and onions, and then the other pattie. I kinda pinched the edges together so as to minimize the cheese dripping out. I don't remember the temp I grilled at (cause I was just so excited to be doing this by myself). But the burgers were awesome and I don't think I'll have a burger any other way again.[p]P1010354Small-1.jpg[p]P1010356Small-1.jpg[p]P1010357Small-1.jpg[p]Enjoy...
    Kim (MrsAZRP)

  • MrsAZRP,
    I forgot....I mixed in some Dizzy Pig Cowlick with the meat.[p]Kim

  • EggecutionerEggecutioner Posts: 628
    vidalia1,[p]I did some too.[p]P6270037.jpg[p]P6270039.jpg[p]P6270040.jpg[p]P6270041.jpg[p]P6270045.jpg[p]P6270049.jpg[p]

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