Cheesy Sausage Beer Can Burgers

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    There are a million different things that you can put in a Beer Can Burger (an awesome burger by the BBQ Pit Boys).  I have another post with more instructions about how to cook a great Beer Can Burger that you can find here.

    But once in a while you come up with something worth sharing and I feel this is one of them.  I was visiting my fiance’s grandparents and missing my BBQ, and I wanted to cook something impressive.  So what could better than a huge burger?  Not much.

    So I was cooking on a small propane BBQ and wanted a little smokey taste so I grabbed some wood chips and soaked them in water for about half an hour.  Then I wrapped them up in a piece of aluminum foil, leaving a small opening at the top.  Only the back half of the BBQ was lit, with the wood chips off to one side.  Burgers were placed in the front for indirect heat so that the bacon could fully cook.

    Cheesy Sausage Beer Can Burgers      Cheesy Sausage Beer Can Burgers

    Cheesy Sausage Beer Can Burgers

    Instructions for forming burgers here.

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    Cheesy Sausage Beer Can Burgers
    These can be sped up, but I love cooking low and slow. I love cooking large amounts of food and always have a few things going at a time, so the 3 hour cook time is just an estimate.
    Prep Time 20 minutes
    Cook Time 3 hours
    Servings
    people
    Prep Time 20 minutes
    Cook Time 3 hours
    Servings
    people
    Instructions
    1. First, start heating a pan up on low-medium heat and toss in a package of sausage meat
    2. Cook with some olive oil and break up with a wooden spoon, drain the fat and continue cooking until crispy
    3. Make sure that you drained out the fat and oil, then add in a jar of Tostitos Salsa con Queso
    4. Stir in and remove from heat
    5. Now grab a handful of tortilla chips and crush them up into small pieces. Toss them into the sausage/cheese mixture and mix in
    6. Proceed to form your burgers. (Full instructions above in description)
    7. Place a beer can (or soda) in the middle of the meat and build the burger around it
    8. Wrap with bacon
    9. Stuff with the sausage and cheese
    10. Top off with a handful of shredded cheese
    11. Cook at 350° until the bacon is fully cooked (you might have to raise the temperature or bring closer to the flame)
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    Cheesy Sausage Beer Can Burgers      Cheesy Sausage Beer Can Burgers

    Cheesy Sausage Beer Can Burgers

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