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Crunchy Sesame Burgers

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Pineapple rings and KRAFT Barbecue Sauce give these grilled burgers a distinctly Asian-style appeal.
10 min
21 min
4 servings, one burger each
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What You Need

lb.  ground beef
Tbsp.  thinly sliced green onions
Tbsp.  finely chopped red peppers
cup  KRAFT Teriyaki Sesame Ginger Barbecue Sauce, divided
can  (8 oz.) pineapple rings, drained
small  red onion, cut into 4 slices
 hamburger buns, split

Make It

PREHEAT grill on medium heat. Mix meat, green onions, peppers and 2 Tbsp. of the barbecue sauce; shape into four patties.

GRILL patties 6 min.; turn over. Add red onions and pineapple rings to grill. Cook 3 min.; turn onions and pineapple over. Brush burgers, onions and pineapple with the remaining barbecue sauce. Add buns to grill. Continue grilling 2 min. or until buns are toasted and burgers are medium doneness (160ºF).

FILL buns with burgers, pineapple and onions.

Kraft Kitchens Tips

Cooking Ground Meat
Ground beef, veal, lamb and pork should be cooked to an internal temperature of 160°F, while ground chicken and turkey should be cooked to an internal temperature of 165°F. For accurate results, use a digital instant-read food thermometer, inserting tip 1/2 inch into center of meat. If the meat piece is too thin to check from the top, insert thermometer sideways into the piece of meat.
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