Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Cook Time: 15 Minutes
Total Time: 25 Minutes
1 Lb Ground Beef
1-2 Cups Sharp Cheddar Cheese
2 Strips bacon per burger
Salk and Pepper
Take your ground beef in a bowl and add some cheese until you feel your burger meat has a good ratio. (You want to see the cheese mixed in however you don't want to see just cheese so about 1-1 and a 1/2 cups of cheese for one pound.)
A pinch of salt and pepper.
Mix in and then from your patties patties. A tip from my Mom and other chef's use your thumb to indent the burger a bit. This will help with cooking.
Before you place on your grill get your toppings ready.
Cut your tomato, onion and lettuce, have your rolls ready too.
Place your burgers on your grill and let cook.
I said up top to put a thumb indentation in the middle of your burger this is to help the cooking and will keep you from wanting to push down your burgers! Never push a burger. Do you like getting pushed? Your burgers won't!
Once you see blood forming on top you can get ready to flip. Try to flip once if possible, less is more!
Cook your burger to the way you like it! Temperatures will be down below.
When they are almost done add your cheese and cooked bacon and let warm up a bit more.
Take off and place on your roll and dress. Let sit for a minute and add your sides.
You can add spices or even bacon to this burger if you would like as well. Burgers are so fun to make per you can just make them all different ways. You can use this as a blue print to add other things like spices you like or other toppings. I know a lot of chef's don't like to add things like cheese or other ingredients inside the meat but I like to make all different kinds of burgers. Some have things inside others don't. Either way you will never know what they taste like unless you try! So try!!! Remember if anything use my cooking site as a guide and go off course if you want!
Always Remember, Cooking should be Fun, so have Fun doing it!