I am giving you a link to one of the easiest cheeseburger recipes I know. This recipe amuses me. It is so simple to make and it is another almost a cheeseburger, but not quite. They are rather cute and go well with Jaunita’s corn chips. I adapt it with Tillamook cheese and I use Pendleton Barbecue Sauce instead of using the sauce in the recipe. Turning it into an Oregonian meal! When I make this, I don’t use the can of chopped tomatoes.
When I put these together, I am reminded of the easy moments in life. Those times when you’re a sprawled out cat in a puddle of sunshine. No worries, being happy where you are, and feeling fine. A Proverbs 19:23 moment. “The fear of the Lord leads to life, then one rests content, untouched by trouble.”
It is a great feeling knowing your life belongs to Him. Sure, things go wrong. (That part of Proverbs is not referring to the here and now!) The alluring path beckons and you decide to take it. Yet, Christ will always be there to aid you over the rocks and around the barricades, back to safety. He is our comfort, where we can rest content, eating cheeseburgers!
The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit,*
Here is the recipe how I make it. The link above will show you step by step the intended way!
Preheat oven to 350 degrees and coat the bottom of a baking pan with cooking spray.
1 pound of lean ground beef, 3 tsp assorted spices, 1 cups finely minced onion (Jon is the only one who cares for onion in the house), a clove of minced garlic, 12 slices of Oregon cheddar, 12 dinner rolls, Pend. BBQ sauce, 1 TB sesame seeds.
Brown the meat, adding onion and garlic til golden. Place bottom of split rolls in baking pan while meat is browning. When meat is done, spread over the rolls. Add a slice of cheese and top with top half of roll. Measure 1/2 cup of BBQ sauce into bowl, add water to make thin enough to pour. Stir in sesame seeds. Pour gently over tops of all rolls. Bake for 20 min or til lightly browned.
Tortilla chips make great ‘spoons’ when eating these messy treats!