Impossible Cheeseburger Pie
Here we have Impossible Cheeseburger Pie.
Just What Is Hamburger?
Ground beef that has been shaped into a patty cooked and served between a split hamburger bun. Some sources trace the first record of the hamburger to a menu from Delmonico's Restaurant in New York in 1834, despite its name relation to the city of Hamburg, Germany. The popularity of the hamburger soared in the 1920s with the advent of White Castle roadside resturants, which led the growth of the fast food burger chain industry. Today a family favorite, hamburger patties are often cooked outdoors on the grill and served with a variety of condiments, including lettuce, tomatoes, onions, ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, and pickles. If a slice of cheese is added to the mix it becomes a cheeseburger.
Just because ground beef is cheaper doesn't make it a better buy than ground chuck or ground round. Expect more shrinkage in recipes made from ground beef because most of the fat cooks out. But let me tell you another secret here. The cheaper ground beef will always make a better tasting more flavorful hamburger because of the higher fat content.
Ground beef is beef that has been put through a meat grinder. It's mostly used for hamburgers. Ground beef must be at least 70% lean according to federal regulations. Ground chuck must be at least 80 % lean, while ground round must be 85 % lean. Generally, the more fat theground beef contains, the paler the meat will be and the less expensive it will be.
I prefer the flavor and texture of burgers and meatloaves made from ground chuck. But if your going to add seasonings to your burgers use the cheapest hamburger available for the best flavor. Ground beef is also perfect for spaghetti or carne sauces, just be sure that you drain it well.
Ground Beef Storage
Ground beef is much more perishable than roasts or steaks, which means it has a shorter shelf life. Immediately freeze any ground beef you don't plan to use with in 2 - 3 days. And be sure that you refrigerate leftovers containing ground beef within 2 hours after cooking. Frozen ground beef will keep up to 2 weeks in its original packaging, but for longer storage drop the wrapped package in a large zip lock bag. You can then freeze it up to six months. Shape into individual patties or loaves before freezing, if desired and you have the time.
Impossible Cheeseburger Pie Recipe
This Impossible Cheeseburger Pie is a big hit at my house and I would almost bet you if you make it for your family and friends they will love it also. This cheeseburger pie is oh so delicious.Bisquick is the perfect baking mix and its really the secret to this wonderful pie.
I use ground chuck for this pie but I've also had it made with ground round. Either way is delicious.
You will need for your cheeseburger pie recipe.
1. 1 Pound Of Ground Chuck or 1 Pound Of Ground Round.
2. 1 Large Onion diced up fine.
3. 1 Teaspoon Salt
4. 1 Cup Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese
5. 3/4 Cup Bisquick Baking Mix
6. 1 1/2 Cups of Whole Milk
7. 3 Large Eggs
8. 4-5 Strips of Bacon
A. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees and spray a 8 inch baking dish with cooking spray.
B. Brown your ground beef and onion in a large skillet and drain well. Pour into your prepared baking dish.
C. Top with your shredded sharp cheddar cheese.
D. In your blender mix your baking mix , eggs and milk and then pour it into your baking dish.
E. You will want to bake for 35-40 minutes at 375 degrees.
F. Fry your bacon crisp while the cheeseburger pie is cooking in the oven. Either simply lay your bacon slices on top of the cheeseburger pie or crumble them up and scatter over the top of the impossible cheeseburger pie.
You can serve this pie with a garden salad and garlic bread for a complete meal. And I guarantee you that you, your family, and guests will love it.
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