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At my house, we are burger people. We could eat hamburgers a couple of times a week without anyone complaining I think. That’s what happens when you are in the only woman in a house full of boys. God blessed me with three wonderful boys and an amazing husband. I’m a little outnumbered, but instead of trying to fight it, I just go along with whatever makes them happy. That means eating a lot of meat! My guys love it. They would be pretty disappointed in me if I set out a chicken salad for them for dinner. I would be fine with it, but they would be wondering when the meal was going to be done.
I like hamburgers just as much as they do, so we have them quite frequently. Maybe a few times a month. Another thing we like in our house is spicy! When NeighborFood presented this Cajun burger recipe, I had to fire up the grill right away. I knew they were going to become a quick family favorite at our house.
Thankfully, I had everything we needed to make these in the house, and I could patty them up right away. Boy oh boy were they good. I had to double the recipe, as my fellas can eat more than one burger, but it was incredible all the way around!
Recipe courtesy of NeighborFood. Photo credits go to Serious Eats.
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Quick Tip: You could also make these with ground chicken or turkey.