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Stuffed Hamburgers and Sweet Potato Fries

on June 11, 2014

A couple of years ago we purchased a stuffed burger maker because it was on sale and looked interesting.  What a purchase! This has become our favorite way to eat hamburgers.  Granted, it is not as easy as throwing a frozen patty on the grill or even making your own hamburger patty but they are infinitely better and well worth the effort!  Plus with the toppings all conveniently tucked inside the burger there is less mess and fewer toppings sliding off the bun… well, unless you add even more on top like guacamole, yum…   Add a side of sweet potato fries and some grilled veggies and you’ve got the makings of a great meal!

So what do you put inside a stuffed burger?  Mushrooms, onions, green chili, garlic, cheese, bacon, pineapple… anything you want!

If you don’t have a burger press, you can still make stuffed burgers, it is just more difficult to get uniform burgers.  To do it you make two patties about 5 inches in diameter indenting the center of the burger and leaving a rim around the patty about ¼ inch wide and ¼ deep.  Scoop filling into one side and place the remaining patty over the filled patty.  Seal the edges well and cook until burger is completely cooked through.

Here’s my recipe – it makes about 6 stuffed burgers

Stuffed Hamburger

Stuffed Burgers


2 pounds lean ground beef

¼ cup whole wheat flour

1 egg

1 tsp garlic salt

½ tsp pepper

Mix the above ingredients together well and shape into patties.  Prepare stuffing,


¼ cup spinach

¼ cup mushrooms

¼ cup onion

1 Tbsp minced garlic

1 Tbsp olive oil

Salt and pepper to taste

1/2 cup cheese

Chop spinach, mushrooms and onion into small pieces.  Put oil into medium sized skillet, add chopped vegetables and garlic.  Sautee until onions are translucent and mushrooms are tender.  Add salt and pepper, mix well.  Remove from heat and allow mixture to cool, then stir in about ½ cup cheese.  Scoop into prepared patties, seal burgers and cook.


Sweet Potato Fries with Orange Dipping Sauce

2 Large sweet potatoes Peeled and cut into fries

1 tsp salt

2-3 Tbsp Olive Oil

Place cut fries into a bag, add oil and salt.  Toss in bag until well coated.  Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 30 minutes or until soft (time may change depending on thickness of fries) turning once.


Orange Dipping Sauce

½ Cup Sour cream

2 Tbsp Orange Juice Concentrate

1 Tbsp Honey

Mix well, serve.

*This recipe originally came out of the Disney Princess Royal recipe collection

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