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Eggtucky's Fav Egged Cheeseburgers

EggtuckyEggtucky Posts: 2,746
edited 11:13AM in Beef
Ingredients¾ lb Ground Chuck

¾ lb Ground Sirloin

1-2 slices fresh bacon per burger

4-5 T of A-1 sauce

4-5 T Dizzy Pig Raising the Steak Rub

2 T Dijon Mustard

Few shakes Louisiana Hot Sauce (to taste)

Few shakes Worcestershire Sauce (to taste)

Few shakes (to taste) per patty of John Henry Mojave Garlic Pepper Rub on each patty after forming

1 small onion minced

½ green pepper minced

2-3 fresh garlic cloves minced

1 jalapeno pepper minced

4-6 Deli Baked Hamburger Buns

InstructionsFry bacon and allow to cool & drain. Break pieces in two for placing on burgers near end of cook (under cheese)

Mix all other ingredients except bacon, cheese, & JH Rub well but gently. Form into 4-6 patties.

Give each patty a few shakes of the JH Mojave Garlic Pepper Rub

Put in fridge and allow to setup for 30-60 mins.

Cook on egg 400 direct sear (CI grate on spider, down low near coals) 1-1 ½ mins per side and remove

Toss 3-4 small chunks of hickory in the egg and allow to start smoking

Place full size grate on top of fire ring

Place patties on grate 400 direct 3-5 minutes per side or to desired internal temp. Flip once. Add 2-3 pieces of fried bacon and top with 2 slices of preferred cheese near end to melt

Lightly toast 4-6 Sesame Seed buns or Kaiser Rolls. Place burger on roll, top with favorite dressings and enjoy!
NotesNumber of Servings: 4-6Time to Prepare:
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