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For the most part, everyone loves eating hamburgers. They are a staple food at almost any BBQ or picnic. However, these little meat patties can get a bit boring if you don’t dress them up right. My husband and I were outside grilling on our grill the other day when Sally came over sniffing at the air like a hungry puppy. Sally is my next door neighbor and freind.
Sally told us that our burgers smelled delicious but she could make them taste ten times better. I asked her how and she told me by stuffing them. So, Sally shared the recipe for stuffed hamburgers with my husband and I and she was right, they DID taste better. Plus, making these stuffed burgers was super easy, too. You are relaly going to like this recipe 🙂
Recipe courtesy of Cool Home Recipes.
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