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Cowboy Burgers

Makes 4 servingsCowboy Cooking Recipes from AlansKitchen.com

Prep Time: 3 min.
Cooking Time: 20 min.

Grilling Time (covered): 10 min.
Grilling Time (uncovered): 16 min.

Broiling Time: 22 min.

Ingredients:

  • 1-1/2  pounds ground beef

  •    1/8  teaspoon salt

  •       4  hamburger buns

  •       1  can (20-ounce) vegetarian baked beans

  •    1/4  cup barbecue sauce (your choice)

  •           green bell pepper (chopped & garnish)

  •           onion (chopped & garnish)

Directions:

  1. Gently shape the ground beef into 4 patties.  You want the patties to be slightly less than 1-inch thick.  (Don't overwork the meat, you don't want tough burgers.

  2. Lightly coat bottom of a large nonstick skillet with vegetable cooking spray.  Set at medium heat.  Sprinkle the skillet with half the salt.

  3. When skillet is hot (but not smoking) place the patties in the skillet.  You want them close together but not touching.  Sprinkle top of burger with remaining salt.  Cook for 8 to 10 minutes on each side for well done or until juices run clear when patties are pierced and the meat is no longer pink in the middle.

Grilling:

  1. Place the patties 4 to 6-inches above the coals.  Cover and grill for 4 to 5 minutes on each side.  

  2. (Or, grill uncover for 7 to 8 minutes on each side for well done or until juices run clear when patties are pierced and the meat is no longer pink in the middle.

Broiling:

  1. Place the patties on a broiler-pan rack.  Broil 4 to 5-inches from the heat source for 9 to 11 minutes on each side for well done or until juices run clear when patties are pierced and the meat is no longer pink in the middle.

Dressing Burger:

  1. While burgers are cooking, in a saucepan heat beans and barbecue sauce.

  2. Serve on burger buns.  Spoon baked bean mixture over burger.  Sprinkle bell pepper and onion.

Cowboy Did You Know?
Prior to the mid-19th century, most ranchers primarily raised cattle for their own needs and to sell surplus meat and hides locally. There was also a limited market for hides, horns, hooves, and tallow in assorted manufacturing processes. While Texas contained vast herds of stray, free-ranging cattle available for free to anyone who could round them up, prior to 1865, there was little demand for beef.

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