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The beef is seasoned with a Mexican-inspired blend of fragrant spices like cumin, smoked paprika and chile powder and is topped with fiery melted pepper jack cheese, and fresh tomatoes.
Special note: If the green hatch chiles taste too spicy straight out of the jar or, feel free to throw them on the griddle next to the burger to release some of their heat or mix them with some mild salsa verde to make them more suitable for your palate.
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This bacon cheeseburger with goat cheese and fig jam are sweet and savory!
A bacon cheeseburger topped with tangy goat cheese and decadent fig, sweet onion, and rosemary jam, what could be better? It's served on an English muffin which allows the fig jam to soak up into the nooks and crannies. As for the beef, a 90-10 fat blend organic grass-fed beef is the perfect ground beef choice to complement the earthy flavors of the goat cheese and rosemary.
A tip to the burger makers out there - try not to overwork the meat. Playing with it too much will create a dense heavy patty which isn't as delicious as a lighter, melt-in-your-mouth-one.
Want to kick it up a level? Try adding crispy fried onions or spicy pickled jalapeños. You can also substitute gorgonzola cheese for the goat cheese, or try adding it to the center of the burger! Just make sure to cook the burger to well done if you add the cheese to the center!
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The ultimate breakfast burger is topped with avocado, egg, gouda, tomato jam and bacon.
One tip to be aware of - Don't overwork the meat - this will create a light and airy patty that melts in your mouth rather than a dense one that resembles a hockey puck.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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Southern style pimento cheeseburger with pickled okra is topped with a pat of salted butter, freshly made pimento cheese, and pickled okra. It just doesn't get any more Southern than that!