This cheeseburger recipe I'm sharing today is ridiculously easy and is one we've made several times when we wanted something just a tad different than the usual. It's Americana mixed with a tinge of fanciful novelty. You'll both impress and delight your guests if you grill these babies up at your next BBQ, I promise you that. My father in law is a tough critic and he admitted to me last night that these were in fact "dang good burgers."
1 lb ground beef (or ground turkey)
1 granny smith apple finely chopped + 1 thinly sliced for topping
Salt & Pepper
4 Kraft Singles & Buns
Mix up the ground beef and chopped granny smith apples, add salt and pepper to taste. Shape into 4 1/4 lb patties and grill as desired, topping with a slice of Kraft Singles in the last minute of grilling. Add your condiments on your bun (I prefer just mustard with this kind of cheeseburger), and add a slice or two of granny smith apple.
As always, please let me know if you give these a try. It would be the perfect new cheeseburger to try for Memorial Day tomorrow.
As part of the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program, I received a coupon for free Kraft Singles and a stipend. The opinions expressed here are my own.