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Grilled Burgers with Homemade Barbecue Sauce and Bacon

For some people, the burger is a burger. Not me. I love the burgers with a twist - crumbled Roquefort cheese, French fries or onion, or grated ginger and green onions or sliced mushrooms cooked in butter. Family members come to visit in a few days. Although I thought about grilling a steak, I am opposed to this idea when I saw the price of a steak. So it was back to the burgers. How can we make them special?

I remembered a recipe barbecue sauce I've made hundreds of times. The original pork recipe and I was wondering how it would taste the beef. Then I was wondering how the beef and sauce to taste with the bacon. He tested a group and it's a winner.

This recipe calls for 85 percent lean ground beef. If you are using 90 percent lean, adding beaten eggs to the meat to prevent the collapse of pancakes on the grill. Ninety percent lean burgers tree might fall apart because there is little fat to hold them together.

To save time prep, make and cook the bacon barbecue sauce ahead of time. If the sauce is cool, remove them from the refrigerator and warm it up. The same with the bacon. Before starting the ignition of coal, clean the grill with a brush and spray with cooking spray. It must be embers and glowing.

Food safety, check the burgers degree heat with temperatures moment reading. Should the internal temperature is 160 degrees. Remember that the pancakes will continue to cook for a minute or so after questioning them out.

INGREDIENTS

1 1/3 pounds 85% lean ground beef

1 teaspoon salt

8 pieces of bacon, cooked crisp and drained on paper towels

1/2 cup dark molasses (or light)

1/2 cup ketchup

1 tablespoon dehydrated chopped onions

1/2 teaspoon garlic salt

1 cup orange juice

1 tablespoon vinegar

1 tablespoon canola oil

1/2 teaspoon yellow mustard

1/2 teaspoon seasoned pepper

1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

METHOD

1. Add 1 teaspoon salt to ground beef and form into four patties.

2. Cover patties with plastic wrap and refrigerate.

3. Combining remaining ingredients in a small saucepan. Cover and bring to a boil.

4. Lower heat and simmer sauce for 20 minutes.

5. Set burgers on the grill. Cook until one side starts to brown and grill marks appear. Resist the urge to press burgers with a spatula because this will dry them out.

6. Flip burgers and cook the other side.

7. Remove from grill and set on a plate. Brush burgers with barbecue sauce.

8. Transfer burgers to buns (I use wheat buns) and top each one with two slices of bacon. Pass extra barbecue sauce if desired. Serve with a vegetable casserole and your favorite salad. Happy grilling!

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