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Hatch Chile Cheeseburger
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Serves 4 |
Your backyard barbecue just got a lot more interesting.
|8 hatch chiles, seeded and stemmed|
|1 1/2 lb fresh ground beef|
|1 sweet onion, sliced thin|
|4 hamburger buns|
|4 slices cheddar cheese|
|1 tablespoon canola oil|
|Kosher salt, to taste|
- Form ground beef into four burger patties. Season burger patties with kosher salt. Allow patties to sit for 15 minutes.
- Heat grill to medium or medium-high. When hot, place burger patties on grill and cook to desired doneness. A minute before taking burgers off the grill, place a slice of cheese on top and allow to melt.
- Remove burgers from grill and place on a long piece of aluminum foil. Create a tent with the foil to cover burgers. Allow burgers to sit for at least five minutes.
- Pour canola oil into a skillet. Bring to medium heat. Place onions in the skillet and cook for 10-15 minutes. (Onions should be caramelized)
- While onions are cooking, chop up hatch chiles. After onions have caramelized, add chopped chiles to skillet and cook for an additional 5 minutes. Season onions and chiles with kosher salt if desired.
- Create a cheeseburger by putting burger patties on bottom bun, then place cooked onions and chiles on top of patties. Place top bun on top of onions and enjoy!
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