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The Bacon Weave Extra Cheese Cheeseburger: Grilling Recipes | Food Porn



*recipe below!* BACON! PEOPLE, EVEN MORE BACON! For the true bacon lover, a couple of measly strips on a burger won’t do. The delicious, smoky gold gets lost in the combo of meat, cheese, bread and toppings. No more, I say! Learn how to cover your cheeseburger completely in bacon so that every bite is full of extra bacon love.

Now that it’s summer, you can throw these bacon weave extra cheese cheeseburgers on the grill for extra flavor. You can even assemble them the day before so they you are ready to go when picnic time comes. You’ll never go back to regular burgers after you see how easy bacon weaved cheeseburgers are to make.

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Ingredients:

One 1/4-pound patty of ground beef,
5 slices bacon, cut in half lengthwise
1 sesame seed bun
Garnishes such as a tomato slice, lettuce
Salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste

How To:

Lay 4 halved slices of bacon out on a workstation vertically. Basket-weave the other 3 slices with the 4 on the workstation, making sure the weave is centered and each piece of bacon is equal in length.

Place the seasoned patty on top of the weave, using your hands to compress the patty so that it does not go beyond the bacon.

Starting with the vertical-facing slices, pull each end up and over the patty so that they meet in the middle. Begin weaving the horizontal slices into the vertical ones, lifting some slices and tucking the ends into others so that it resembles a near-perfect basket weave and it stays together well. Season both sides of the bacon-wrapped patty with a little bit of pepper.

Preheat the grill.

For a medium-rare burger: Preheat the grill to about 325 degrees. Add the burger, weaker side down, onto the grill and leave untouched until the bottom part has been seared together and the bacon is a crisp golden brown, about 15 minutes. Flip, cover, and cook for 5 more minutes. Uncover, and let the burger cook until both sides of the bacon-wrapped burger are golden brown and crisp, and the burger is cooked through and an internal temperature reaches 145 degrees, about 10 minutes more.

For a rare burger: Preheat the grill to about 350 degrees. Add the burger, weaker side down, onto the grill and leave untouched until the bottom part has been seared together and the bacon is a crisp golden brown, about 10 minutes. Flip, cover, and cook for 5 more minutes. Uncover, and let the burger cook until both sides of the bacon-wrapped burger are golden brown and crisp, and the burger is cooked through and an internal temperature reaches 120-130 degrees, about 5 more minutes.

Using tongs, turn the burger and place it on a new part of the grill, searing off the bacon on the sides, about 2 minutes per side.

Remove the burger from the grill and blot the bacon with a paper towel (optional). Place on a bun and top with a slice of tomato, and lettuce.

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