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No picture bugers !

City SlickerCity Slicker Posts: 95
edited 10:45PM in EggHead Forum
Silly me, did not take any pics. But: 3lbs Costco lean ground beef, 3 cloves garlic finely chopped, 4 slices bacon chopped and pre-cooked, 4 or 5 shots of worchestshire sauce splashed in, 4 or 5 shots of Pukka Hot sauce ( just any hot sauce will do I am sure, this is Jamaican Bonnet pepper based), some Steak Spice (very similar to Raising the Steak). Made a 3/4 inch patty, dolloped some cream cheese on it and covered it with another patty. Went on a 450* egg for 3 min, flipped, and left it till 145*, then flipped again and left till 155* ( I know, overdone for most people) Toasted the buns and topped with some sauteed onions and sliced dill pickle. Some Dijon and some fresh tomato............ Finally made a bunch of burgers that I really enjoyed. The girls thought they were too spicy, my way better half thought they were awesome. (Made 7 burgers)


  • AlaskanCAlaskanC Posts: 1,346
    Whew - I am glad you didn't take any pics of your bugers![p]That being said, your buRgers sounded really good, and I wish you would have taken pictures of them!! They sound a bit spicy - just the way I like 'em!!
  • AlaskanC,
    Where oh where is my spell checker lol.

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