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Abby's Stuffed Burgers

"What a Kick"!! This burger is what the kids love! Inspired by a three year old, this burger with it's tangy kick from the cheese and suttle hint of garlic, and the crunch, this burger melts in your mouth. It's far from your regular grilled burger. " We are at the next level folks!"


1 cup crumbled gorgonzola cheese
1/2 cup Fresh Basil (chopped)
5 Lg. garlic cloves, roasted (chopped)
3 pounds Ground Chuck (Beef)
1/2 tsb Salt
1/4 tsb White Pepper
1/2 tsp cayenne Pepper
Dash of Accent
6 Onion Buns split and toasted
2 cups Fresh Spinach leaves
6 Pepperoncini peppers (split)
1 Lg. Tomato (sliced)
Served with tangy mustard


1. For the burgers, In a small bowl combine cheese, bazil and garlic; press into 6 slighlty flattened mounds (set aside). In a large bowl combine the ground chuck, salt, pepper, cayeene, and a dash of accent; Shape the ground chuck into 12 1/4-inch-thick patties. Place a cheese mound in the center of each of the 6 patties. Top with the remaining 6 patties; press edges to seal. Reshape patties as necessary. 2. For a charcoal grill, placed patties on the rack directly over medium coals for 14-16 minutes or until meat reaches the desired temp. For this case (150-155 degrees F) Turning once halfway through grilling. 3. Serve burgers on a Onion Bun, topped with fresh spinach, pepperoncini peppers, tomato slice, and tangy mustard.


This cooking time of beef will vary based on each persons taste, Rare, medium, or well. This recipes calls for 150-155 Meduim Well. The internal color is not a good indicator of yur desired doneness. Use a instant read thermometer to get a internal Temp. Thank you, M. Walker