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2 hours ago, TKOBBQ said:

Cool reminds me of the copycat Applebees quesadilla burgers I do.

Those look good to me.

 

Was thinking the same. I season mine with adobo and Sazón then cook like a smash burger. Top with a mexi-blend cheese, lettuce, pico, and guac, then seal the ‘dilla. Mmmmm. 

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10 hours ago, Golf Griller said:

We do this when we want burgers and the 8 pack of buns have two buns used and the other six are covered with mold.

 

I wish we could buy four packs of hot dog and hamburger buns.

I don't know why I've never thought of doing this before, it's so good and I think we can all relate to the moldy buns.

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22 hours ago, Mr Cue said:

 

Was thinking the same. I season mine with adobo and Sazón then cook like a smash burger. Top with a mexi-blend cheese, lettuce, pico, and guac, then seal the ‘dilla. Mmmmm. 

I was going to ask what other people put on theirs, thanks for sharing I will be doing this next time!

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17 hours ago, buckleybj said:

I was going to ask what other people put on theirs, thanks for sharing I will be doing this next time!

 

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Applebee's Quesadilla Burgers (Copycat)

 

INGREDIENTS

Quesadillas
2 (10 inch) flour tortillas
2  tablespoons butter, softened
1⁄3 cup shredded  monterey jack pepper cheese
1⁄3 cup shredded  cheddar cheese
diced onion
diced canned  jalapeno
bacon (cooked and crumbled)
southwest seasoned hamburger (recipe follows)
Southwest Seasoning mix for burgers
2  teaspoons ground cumin
2  tablespoons paprika
1  teaspoon black pepper
1  teaspoon cayenne pepper
crushed red pepper flakes (to taste)
1  teaspoon salt (I didnt measure)
1  tablespoon dried oregano

 

DIRECTIONS

For hamburgers:.
Combine all seasoning ingredrients. Use one heaping Tblsp of seasoning mix per pound of hamburger meat. Mix into hamburger meat until well combined. Fry or grill. ( I used George Foreman grill).


Assembling the complete burger:.


Heat a large frying pan over medium heat. Spread butter on one side of each tortilla. Put one tortilla, butter side down in the hot pan. Sprinkle the cheeses evenly onto the center of the tortilla in the pan- but not all the way to the edges. Put the tomato, onion, bacon and jalapeno over the cheese, add the cooked seasoned burger and cover with the other tortilla butter side up (like a grilled cheese sandwhich). When the bottom is browned, about 45-90 seconds, flip the quesadilla and grill the other side. Remove the quesidilla from the pan and using a pizza cutter, cut throught the middle. Serve.

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