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Lock Jaw's Jalapeno Jack Burgers Recipe

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This recipe for Lock Jaw's Jalapeno Jack Burgers, by , is from On the Grill with Tony Fatso, one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.

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Added: Monday, September 10, 2007

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
4 LBS lean ground beef
2 TBS Durkee Steak Dust
2TBS Worcestershire sauce
4 packages ranch dressing mix
1 jalapeno pepper
1 poblano pepper
1 white onion, sliced thick
12 thick slices of jalapeno jack cheese

Directions:
Directions:
Preheat your grill for direct, high heat. Combine ground beef, steak dust, dry ranch dressing and Worcestershire sauce in a bowl. Take ground beef and form into 12, 1/3 lb patties.

While hamburgers are grilling, place the jalapeno, poblano, and onion slices on the grill. Brush with olive oil. Grill for about ten minutes, turning the peppers and onions at 5 minutes. After 10 minutes, remove peppers and onions from grill. After removing the stems from the peppers, place poblano, jalapeno and onion slices in a food processor, with 2 TBS of water and 1 TBS of olive oil. Pulse in the processor for 5 -10 seconds, until mixture becomes consistent.

Turn burgers once after 5-6 minutes. Before removing burger from grill, top with a thick slice of jalapeno jack cheese. Remove from grill, serve on your favorite bun and top with the peppers and onion sauce you made in the food processor.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
This is one hot burger, literally. This recipe was submitted by a long time listener of “On the Grill” Rob Lewis of Land O’ Lakes, Florida. The first time I ever received an email from Rob, I miss read the spelling of his address. Instead of replying to “Lawjock”, which is what he actual address is, I wrote back to “Lockjaw”. As we can all imagine, that is a different profession all together, and it explains the name of the burger.

 

 

 

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