#SCBDRecipe: This Isn’t your Typical Burger Recipe!!

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 This isn’t your typical burger (bun, beef patty, lettuce, tomato, onion, etc.) but who says it has to be that kind of burger!? 😉
 
So, for a while now the boyfriend has been talking about wanting pizza burgers. And not just kind of pizza burger, the kind of pizza burgers that were served back in grade school. Being the pizza fanatic that I am, I did not protest. 
 
Here is the recipe he found {including our alterations}. They were pretty tasty and super easy and quick. I must say they definitely resembled the pizza burgers that we had when we were younger. 
 
If we make these again I’m adding green olives, better cheese and some of my other favorite za toppings. 😉

Tell us in the comments, or on Twitter @rachmariepr & @smchickbigdeals, what your favorite kind of burger is!!

 
Ingredients:
1 med onion chopped
1 tsp cooking oil
1 lb lean ground beef
1 can(s) (10)oz tomato soup {used pizza sauce instead}
1/4 c water {didn’t use the water}
1 Tbsp italian seasoning {I added extra the bread since I love this seasoning so much}
3 Tbsp butter
1 Tbsp garlic salt {added a little extra of this too to the bread and beef}
32 slc pepperoni (chopped)
2 c shredded mozzerella {parm would be delicious on top of the mozz!}
 
Directions:
1. Start by adding the onions and a drizzle of canola or vegetable oil in a large skillet on medium high heat. Heat through. Add the ground beef and cook all the way through,. Once the meat is cooked, add chopped pepperoni, add the tomato soup pizza sauce, water and pizza seasoning. Reduce to low and let simmer.
 
2. While the meat and sauce are simmering, preheat the oven on broil and spread the butter evenly on each English muffin half. Sprinkle with garlic salt {and more Italian seasoning!}. Pop these under the broiler on a cookie sheet for about 2 minutes or until they begin to brown just on the edges.
 

3. Take out of the oven and top each English muffin with about 1/4 cup of the meat and sauce mixture. Top each of those with the cheese. Place back under the broiler for another 2-3 minutes or until the cheese turns golden brown and bubbly. Enjoy!

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