Grilling with ground meats

Grilling Ground Meats


When it comes to grilling there is nothing better than the smell of that of charcoal or wood chips, But rather if its ground beef,chicken, or beef grilling great tasting food should be done super simple, Grilling is a iconic method to cooking where food cooks a real natural way  the mild taste and the bold flavor that no one can describe. yet the smokiness in the meat thar ever one talks about, So rather you grilling beef, pork or chicken burgers if there done right you have a good thing on your hands. Adding on to this conversation I'm going to share with you a recipe for a grilled angus burger with saute red onions with mayo that you spiceit to give the burger a kick.

 

 

Angus Burger with poblano peppers and red onions with spicy mayo

Roasted Poblano Peppers & Saute Red OnionsAngus Burger

In this recipe I used freshly 100% Angus Ground Beef that is blended with roasted poblano peppers, red onion and Monterey jack cheese and finished with a kick of spicy mayonnaise for a gourmet burger experience.

Ingredients

Spicy Mayo

1/2 cup of mayonnaise

1/8 teaspoon of ground cayenne pepper

1/2 teaspoon of ground cumin

Burgers

1 1/4 pounds of angus ground beef

2 poblano peppers, roasted, seeded and finely diced

1/2 cup of red onion, diced sauted and cooled to room temperature

4 slices of Monterey jack cheese tpor into small pieces

1 teaspoon of ground cumin

1 teaspoon of sea salt

1/2 teaspoon of freshly ground black pepper

       Cooking spray

4 grilled or toasted jumbo whole wheat sandwich buns

1 large tomato cut into 1/4 - inch thick rounds

1 ripe avocado sliced

4 nice pieces of lettuce

Directions

For mayonnaise;

Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl, mix lightly with fingers or fork just until incorporated. Form the meat mixture into 4 (4 inch-wide patties ). Place patties on a platter  cover and refrigerate,,, If needed the patties can be made 6 hours ahead. Prepare the barbecue grill and set on a medium high temperature, thin lightly coat the grill racks with cooking spray. Begin grilling burger on the first side until juices come through then turn them over and coook the burgers until they come to a temperature of 165 degrees thats about 4 minutes on each side. When done you can toast the buns cut side down for about 1 minute.

To assemble the burgers, spread the spicy mayonnaise on the cut sidesof the buns. On each roll bottom, place a burger a tomato slice, avocado slice and lettuce, add the roll top and enjoy.

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