Monday, June 27, 2011
Bacon and Cheese Burgers
What I love best is they are E. A. S. Y. to change up to suit your flavor preference. Next time I will add finely chopped jalapenos for the hubby who likes his burgers with a little spice to them. Go make them...please...and don't forget to pair them with these homemade buns because every great burger deserves a good bun to hold it all together! Enjoy!
I'm linking up to a few linky parties this week, go check out the great recipes everyone is posting!
Bacon and Cheese Stuffed Burgers
Recipe Source: A Cook's Quest
2 lbs burger
1 tsp garlic powder
2 TB dry minced onion
2 TB. Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
about 1 1/2 cups cubed cheese of choice
about 8 slices of bacon, fried and crumbled
Combine all the ingredients in a big bowl. Try not to mix too much, just enough to combine the ingredients.
Pat the burger into a uniform rectangle. Divide into equal portions. I did eight portions to equal 1/4 pound patties.
Place in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes to firm up and allow the flavors to meld together. As the burgers are resting heat your grill. Grill burgers until desired doneness is reached and place on a delicious homemade burger bun with your favorite toppings. We added more cheese, pickles, tomato, grilled onions, lettuce, and fry sauce. Mmmm delicious!
For those who aren't from an area familiar with Fry Sauce...it also called Pink Sauce and is basically mayonnaise and ketchup mixed together. Every restaurant and home cook has their own little twist. Here is what mine "generally" looks like.
Jenn's Fry Sauce
1/2 cup mayonnaise
enough ketchup to added sweetness and to make the sauce pink, probably 1/4 cup or so
a squirt of mustard
BBQ sauce (more than the mustard, less than the ketchup amount)
2-3 shakes of seasoning salt
a squeeze of lemon juice or 1 tsp vinegar
Mix it all up in a bowl and top burgers with it or even better fry up some home made french fries and dip them in. Delicious!