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All American Hamburgers

Updated on August 29, 2013
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My Famous Blue Cheese Cheeseburger

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My Famous Blue Cheese Cheeseburger

My Famous Blue Cheese Cheeseburger Recipe

1. Prepare and season your meat by the recipe to the left there.

2. Cook your meat patties until done.

3. Toast your buttered buns either under a broiler or on the grill.

4. Place mayonnaise on the bottom part of your bun and then a slice of purple sweet onion and a few lettuce leafs.

5. Place your meat patties on the grill and top each meat Pattie with a slice of mozzarella cheese. And on top of the mozzarella cheese place a generous helping of blue cheese. Cook until the cheese starts to melt and then place your cooked hamburger Pattie with the melted cheese on top of each bottom bun. Now place a thin slice of tomato on top of that and now place the top half of the bun on top of that.Blue Cheese gives burgers a spicy kick and a sweet salty flavor that compliments red meat very well.

6. Some people like to add caramelized onions and crisp bacon slices for the ultimate Blue Cheese Burger.

And there is how to create the Ultimate Blue Cheeseburger that you, your family and guests are going to love.

All American Hamburgers

Bar B Que Baked Beans

All American Hamburgers

Most people agree that the Hamburger was invented and first served by the Menches Brothers in Hamburg New York. The brothers ran out of sausage for their sausage pattie sandwich and a supplier suggested that they try beef instead. The brothers gave it a try and the rest is history. And now billions and billions of hamburgers later you know the rest of the story about where hamburgers came from.

Today McDonald's is the king of the hamburgers and cheeseburgers in America but if you think those are good try preparing your own and I think you may make quite a few less trips to McDonald's.

All American Hamburgers

You want a good meat to start with. I would suggest strongly that you stick with ground chuck. While some people prefer Ground Round. And here is my recipe for what just may be the best hamburgers you will ever eat.

You will need for your recipe.

1. 1 Pound Of Ground Chuck

2. 1 Tablespoon Light Brown Sugar

3. 1 Teaspoon Salt

4. 1 Tablespoon Dry Lipton Onion Soup Mix

5. 1 Tablespoon Fine Chopped Onion

Mix all your ingredients together well in a large bowl until very well mixed and then using a scale weigh out 4 , 4 oz. balls of hamburger. If you don't have a scale just divide the hamburger up into 4 equal amounts. Now wet your hands with water and pat the hamburger out into a flat easy to cook hamburger. You will have 4 hamburgers ready for the grill but you want to place your hamburger patties into a covered container and place in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours before you cook them.

When you get ready to cook them have your grill at medium heat and be sure to oil the grill where you are going to place your hamburgers to cook. Resist the urge to mash your hamburgers while they cook on the grill. And be sure to turn them often so they don't burn. Cook until medium well to well done and serve on toasted buns with mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato, and a slice of sweet purple onion. You can if you wish make them into cheeseburgers by adding a slice of mozzarella and a slice of American cheese to each hamburger in the last few minutes of cooking time for a all american cheeseburger. Another thing you may want to try is adding slices of already cooked bacon on the top of the cheese when you place the cheese on the burgers on the grill.

In case you are wondering the internal temperature of your hamburgers should be 160 degrees for medium well or 170 degrees for well done.

Be sure to make the Baked Beans in the video to your right there. They go along great with any type of burger or BBQ and you, your family, and guests will love them.

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