Grilled jalapeno bacon double meat & cheese burger

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**ground chuck
**jalapenos, fresh & minced
**bacon, cooked & crumbled
**onion slices
**tomato sliced
**leaf lettuce
**banana pepper rings
**cheddar and asadero cheese slices
**large buns
**southwest seasoning mix
**granulated garlic
**granulated onion

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Lynn Socko Recipe
Well Seasoned
San Angelo, TX (pop. 93,200)
Member Since Oct 2010
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The heat is in the meat!!!
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Mince jalapeno. Remove seeds to lessen the heat if desired. Cut onion into round slices trying to keep each slice from separating. Slice tomato, and tear lettuce. Crumble bacon and slice cheese is not already sliced.
Add meat, jalapeno, crumbled bacon and spices in bowl and mix together to evenly combine ingredients.
Making the size of patties you desire, form meat into a round ball and pat together fairly well. Place on a piece of foil, place another piece of foil over top and press down with the bottom of a skillet or pan. Press to thickness desired. Since I was making a double patty burger, I made my patties between 1/4 & 1/2 " thick.
Place on grill and cook till done. These took about 7-8 min. per side. The last minute or two of cooking, place cheese slices on top. Also grill onion slices and toast buns on grill.
Build your burger using whatever veggies and condiments you enjoy.

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user Sherri Logan Williams logansw - Jun 26, 2012
Slap me right now! This is amazing...sw♥
user Dana Ramsey DRamsey - Jun 26, 2012
Oh Lynn another great burger!!!!!!!!!! I'm with Sherri on this one!
user Lynn Socko lynnsocko - Jun 26, 2012
My latest craving is jalapeno, can you tell, everything I've cooked lately has it in it, lol. Thank you ladies, I'm just eating a one patty one, but the flavor is awesome, there is just a smooth little heat to it, nothing over bearing! Wish I could share!
user Linda Dalton Stripey - Jun 26, 2012
Picture is fabulous! And lately I've been seeing this Asadero cheese in your recipes. Is this another southern cheese, or is it southwestern, or Mexican? Love to know the general character of Asadero and see if I can find it in the northeast. Thanks, Lynn. Getting a good education from you.

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