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Lisam33’s Stuffed Burgers

Posted by Solitary Dancer on April 24, 2006

I adapted this recipe from one from my stepmother, I dont know where she got it:


Makes 2-3 large burgers (1 with a veggie or salad makes a meal)

THe patties
1 lb of ground beef
Salt, Pepper and seasonings of choice

Stuffing mix
about two tsp of cheese, any kind
about 2 tsp of chopped veggies (i used green onion, green pepper and mush)
about 2 tsp of bacon pieces COOKED (optional)
about 1 tsp wet garlic (optional)
anything else that sounds yummy

Season the raw ground beef. Make THIN patties (I take a cereal bowl with plastic wrap and shape the patty in the bowl). Take 1 patty and stuff with about 1-2 tsp of stuffing mix ( i just eyeball it). Make sure to put the stuffing mix right in the middle of the patty and not too high or the stuffing will spill out.
Cover with another patty. I season these patties slightly. Broil these or cook on the grill until brown on the top, CAREFULLY Flip, then repeat on other side. Works well if you put a wire rack because it is easier to flip. If bottom of burger seems to come apart during flipping just repat the hamburger.
Very good, quick, easy and versitile. Yesterday I made one with green onions, mush, green pepper, garlic, bacon and blue cheese and the other the same but with cheddar. Both were awesome.

Carb counts depends on ingredients but you dont use much of anything so they are minimal.


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