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Brie Burger

Brie  Burger created by collegecooking42

The combo of brie and apples or pears is heavenly, IMO. So, here is that combo on a burger. Tell me what you think! (Ground turkey would be excellent for this)

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15mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Combine the ground beef, salt and pepper in a bowl.
  • Form into 4 patties, 3/4-inch thick.
  • Heat grill to medium heat.
  • Place patties on the grill and cook for 10-15 min, turning two or three times during cooking.
  • During the last 2 min of grilling, top each patty with a slice of brie and allow to melt.
  • Remove from the grill.
  • Place a patty on the bottom half of each roll and top with a slice or two of apple.
  • Spread a Tbs of honey mustard on the top half of each roll and place on burger.
  • Serve.
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"The combo of brie and apples or pears is heavenly, IMO. So, here is that combo on a burger. Tell me what you think! (Ground turkey would be excellent for this)"
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  1. collegecooking42
    Brie  Burger Created by collegecooking42
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  2. collegecooking42
    As a brie lover I couldn't resist trying this recipe, and it was as great as it sounded. I decided to use ground turkey, and to grill the apples. I also grilled some extra apples to top with brie, which was an excellent addition. I was a little hesitant, wondering if the mustard would really work, but it is a wonderful combination. This is a recipe I will be using a lot in the future.
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  3. SkinnyMinnie
    The combo of brie and apples or pears is heavenly, IMO. So, here is that combo on a burger. Tell me what you think! (Ground turkey would be excellent for this)
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