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How To Cook The Perfect Beef Burger

Updated on March 31, 2010

Special Inside Out Burgers

Burgers are easy and cheap. They can sometimes get boring, so you have to different things with them, and serving them this inside out method is just that. This has become a family favorite.

What You'll Need

2lbs of minced beef

Seasoning of your choice

1 medium Onion

Garlic powder


4 oz of a good melting cheese


Salad for dressing


Preheat your oven to 450 degrees F.
Take about 2 pounds of 80/20 ground beef. and some spices of your choice , I like a pinch of paprika and just seasoning of salt and black pepper but you can be more adventerous if you wish. 1 grated medium onion, 1/2 tbs. garlic powder, and 1 tbs of butter. Combine all of that together. Mix it up really well with your hands.
Squish the portioned meat with your palm until it is flat.
Get 4oz of Velveeta Cheese or whatever cheese you prefer , ask at the deli because some cheese is just far more suitable for metling than others, cut into 4 slices. Take 8 slices of bacon. Wrap each slice of cheese with 2 rashers of bacon.
Place the cheese in the middle of your squished up meat and shape them into patties by mushing the sides in to cover the cheese completely. Pat them some to form burger patties. Don't make them to thick or they will not cook all the way.
Place them in the oven on a flat baking tray, cook until the meat is no longer pink.
Butter your buns and grill them over medium low heat until toasted. Serve your burgers with lettuce and tomato.
I hope that you enjoy this new and fun way to fix up your burgers.


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    • prettydarkhorse profile image

      prettydarkhorse 7 years ago from US

      thanks for the recipe dear, its yummy and I am half veggie, half meat eater hehe, gotta love burger, Maita

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      Tracy Tests 7 years ago from Scotland

      I'm going to make a consious effort to cook more vegetarian based food , this might be a good idea for where to start Micky x

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      Micky Dee 7 years ago

      I'd substitute soy burgers or another product for myself. I may make one in a few minutes. Thanks for the hunger pains -I've a vegetarian though. Most friends are not- but I'm 60 and healthier than most friends. Keep hubbing.