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So easy to make! I also tried it with cubes of ham and swiss cheese and one with hamburger, pizza sauce, and pepperoni and banana peppers. They've all been a hit!
I made this recipe today for my fiance, his parents and my parents. Everyone loved it. I added bacon to it too. I agree that the pickle is necessary...I think I'll even add more pickles next time! A really fun and different recipe. It's a keeper!
What a fun idea! I made these for the kids and their friends for a Saturday lunch. They LOVED it. I used diced shallots in place of the onions, and omitted the mustard (my kids donâ€™t like mustard (yet lol). Very easy to follow. I will be making this often. I plan on trying taco seasoned meat and topping it with cheddar or pepperjack. Thanks KC!
Husband loves hamburgers, and this is a great alternative to that! We especially thought the dill pickle slices added to the flavor and should not be left out of this recipe. Thanks so much!
Great recipe! I used ground turkey instead of beef. I didn't have cheese slices so I used shreaded cheese. This worked just fine.
Love this recipe. I use to sell Pampered Chef and loved making this for my parties. I have four kids and they all love it. It's so easy and quick. Great for potlucks.
Wonderful! Had the next door neighbors over for lunch and served this. Everyone loved it! (I have a similar recipe using spinach for the filling so this is a great change of pace filling.) This is a great tasting dish and makes a pretty presentation. Thanks for sharing, KC Cooker, I can't wait to make it abain.
MMM....this was very good. I also left out the pickles as DD doesn't like them. It was a big hit with 5 kids...they all ate it right up, and the adults thought it was great too. Very easy to make, a well written recipe. Thanks for a fun one!
Something different and the family enjoyed it. The prep and cook time turned out to be less than stated. The only thing I did different was not add the pickles before baking; I set them out with the lettuce and tomato. I served this with a side of french fries. A fun weeknight dinner, thanks for posting!