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All-American BBQ-Bacon Cheeseburgers

All-American BBQ-Bacon Cheeseburgers recipe
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A nice, juicy cheeseburger with all the extras that take it to a new level of greatness: melty cheese, crispy bacon and mouthwatering BBQ flavor.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
6/20/2005
Excellent burgers. Very juicy and great taste. I made them for a family get together for Fathers Day and everyone loved them.
posted:
6/19/2005
when grilling the burgers they feel apart. there was nothing to hold the burgers together.
posted:
5/16/2005
It was great. It's nice to try something different for a change. Picky kids likely won't like it, but that's why kraft makes macaroni and cheese!
posted:
4/21/2005
Totally awesome idea. Whoever came up with this, keep the good ideas rolling!
posted:
10/6/2004
My kids loved these burgers!
posted:
9/25/2004
very classic. I actually added A-1 steak sauce in place of the bbq sauce into the meat before forming patties and it gave it more of a "angus steak" flavor to an already great burger!
posted:
8/19/2004
I don't know why the other person who commented had problems keeping the meat together. Just mix like your making meat loaf - use your hands and really fold it in good and make the pattties firm and there shouldn't be a problem. Taste really great. I used Swiss Cheese and also some mushrooms, along with the rest of your recipe. Really good!
posted:
8/16/2004
I made this recipe for my family and I had the same problem another cook had with the meat falling apart.Luckily I had foil on the grill and was able to salvage the meat.My family said that it tasted really good.I melted cheese on it to help hold it together.I was disappointed at the outcome of the burger,but my family said the taste is all that matters.I dont think that I did anything wrong in the recipe ,so don't know why this happened.
posted:
7/21/2004
I used this recipe with the family get-together and they asked for more! I used Top Round Angus Beef and didn't have any problems with it falling apart, it stayed together and was juicy, not dried out! Definitely will do again!
posted:
7/4/2004
We had friends over for a BBQ and I tried this recipe. I mixed the correct amount of BBQ sauce with the meat and it fell apart on the grill. We had to go to the store, buy more meat and start again. The BBQ sauce is good on the bun but don't mix it with the meat.
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