Don’t you love a thick, juicy burger when it first comes off the grill? Can’t wait to get your hands on it! Whether you select a traditional burger with ketchup, mustard and pickles or something more exotic, burgers are the best way to make cooking on a Saturday SIMPLE.
OK, now, many of you may be looking out the door at 20 inches of snow but “when there is a will there is a way!” (Or, just dream about it till the snow melts and your grill comes out of hiding.)
You work on Saturday, you know. Sure you do. You clean. You shop. You fix things. Maybe take in a game…and you cook dinner. Not much of a day off! Let’s make it a great meal for everybody but not too much work for you!
- Precooked bacon
- 85 – 90% ground beef
- Swiss cheese
- Teriyaki sauce in a bottle
- 1 can pineapple slices
- Soy sauce
- Salt and Pepper
- Hamburger rolls
Warm up a skillet on the stove, medium heat, and spray with Pam. Place pineapple rings inside and sprinkle with soy sauce. Simmer till the juices run almost dry. Keep on very low heat until time to serve the meal.
Start up the grill.
Place on hamburger rolls and garnish with the extras you like. You may want to use: Thousand Island Dressing, Ketchup, Mustard, Mayonnaise, Pickles and/or tomato slices or nothing extra at all.
Serve with chips, fries or macaroni salad on the side. ENJOY!
Photo credit: Hamburgers on a Wooden Board by Grant Cochrane on freedigitalphotos