In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make her Cheese and Onion Stuffed Hamburgers. These consist of 2 thin ground beef patties with American cheese and sauteed onion sealed between them. Perfect for a casual lunch or supper! Ingredients: (for 1 hamburger) 6 oz. lean ground beef instant seasoned meat tenderized, to taste (No MSG) seasoned pepper, to taste 1/4 onion, chopped and sauteed 1/2 slice Deluxe American cheese (You may substitute another type of sliced cheese, if desired.) 1 hamburger bun (I used a wheat Kaiser roll.) mayonnaise for dressing, if desired lettuce leaves, if desired tomato slices, if desired Flatten (2) 3 oz. chunks of ground beef into a 2 large, thin hamburger patties. Use meat tenderizer and seasoned pepper, to taste, on each of the top sides. Now, on one of the top sides, place a square of American cheese (1/2 of a half-slice). On top of that place a teaspoon of sauteed onions. Repeat, by placing another square on cheese and another 1/2 teaspoon of sauteed onions on top. Now, place the other large, flat hamburger patty on top of the first patty (containing the cheese), seasoned side down. Crimp the 2 patties together around the outer edge to seal them tightly into one large stuffed hamburger patty. Grill on an outdoor or kitchen grill–or you may fry these in a skillet. Drain on a paper towel, and place on a serving plate. Serve the Cheese and Onion Stuffed Hamburger on a wheat Kaiser roll, with mayonnaise, lettuce leaves, and tomato slices for

  1. That looks Great! Would stuffing some shredded bacon in there work too?

  2. @stardog1982 Adding the (cooked) bacon sounds wonderful!
    –Betty :)

  3. yummmmmmmmmmmy

  4. i just wanted to tell you i love all your cooking videos there very good i am thinking of making your devil eggs for my mother in laws birthday.

  5. That is truly a delicious and wonderful sounding meal! The only question I have, is – why meat tenderizer? I’ve never heard of using tenderizer as a flavor enhancer. Most burger recipes just do salt and pepper. Anyway, thanks for a great meal idea, and I think I shall subscribe to your videos!

  6. @TheCartoonChef Salt and pepper will be fine. I use meat tenderizer on some meats, just to make them tender and juicy. I always use the kind with no msg. It takes the place of salt, but it does not add any additional flavor, just tenderness.
    –Betty :)

  7. Nice burgers Betty,

  8. @antlese Thanks!
    –Betty :)

  9. Hi Betty! You have some great recipes just made these and your onion rings although I added bacon and jalapenos! will be looking forward to making a many more of your recipes

  10. @LuckoSmuck Thanks for your great feedback! I really appreciate it! I like your addition of bacon and jalapenos.
    –Betty :)

  11. mmm. fruit salad looked amazing. except for the splenda, haha

  12. @stankyherbz101 Yeah, each person has to choose their own way of sweetening fruit. I usually demonstrate with sugar, and just mention sweetener as an option, but in my own life I would never sweeten with sugar.
    –Betty :)

  13. Nice recipes. I’m gonna experiment with a few of these, they look delicious.

  14. @CameronHotspurs Thanks for your nice comment! I really appreciate it!
    –Betty :)

  15. How come you’d never sweeten with sugar? Should I?

  16. @CameronHotspurs I like to avoid the calories, but if you’re not watching calories, sugar is fine.
    –Betty :)

  17. thats hot

  18. Looks good.

  19. @BayAreaHiker Thanks!
    –Betty :)

  20. I just finished eating a great burger using your ideas and adding bacon. It was great. Cheers

  21. @BayAreaHiker Thanks for the great feedback! I really appreciate it!
    –Betty :)

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  23. @ilovethechallenge Thanks…
    –Betty :)

  24. i love you betty :)

  25. @DreamloverLambi1 Thanks for the sweet thought…
    –Betty :)

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