Monster-Stuffed, Super-Cheesy Cheeseburgers

0 Monster Stuffed, Super Cheesy Cheeseburgers

Forget about regular, everday cheeseburgers, you need something new, something different, something easy. In comes the Easy Guy Cooking Monster-Stuffed, Super-Cheesy Cheeseburger.

  1. Mix 1 3/4 lbs of ground beef with 1 tablespoon of salt, 1 tablespoon of pepper and 1 tablespoon of minced garlic
  2. Take half of the meat and break it in half on a plate
  3. Form a crust shape with one of the patties
  4. Add a chunk of chilled cheddar cheese, chopped onions and chopped tomatoes to the middle of the patty
  5. Seal together the two patties into a burger
  6. Grill to your liking
  7. Add slice of cheese to melt on your burger


  1. michele says:

    this sight is great! casual and informative. the tips are very helpful too. i love the ease of the cook, and can,t wait to try these. best wishes, good luck and enjoy this adventure!!!!!!!!!!!!!xo

  2. Edgar Agliam says:

    Aluminum is less expensive, does not distribute heat as well as the copper and can also transfer a metallic taste to you food. If you are going to purchase aluminum then make sure that you are getting anodized pans. This will help make them last longer and decrease the reactivity with your food. Cast iron skillets are wonderful for specialized cooking and searing the best steak you will ever have. They are slightly more expensive then aluminum and they need to be kept seasoned to prevent sticking.

  3. Anne says:

    very delicious! cheeseburgers recipe is very nice. Your recipe is so easy. Maybe I`ll try it next Monday. Thank you.

  4. Cast iron is simply the best. I used non-stick pans for years, but a nice, big steak fried in a cast iron skillet plays in a whole different league. Besides, you can buy a quality skillet for about 70 dollars and it will last you a lifetime. The non-stick stuff may last 4 years if you get lucky. If you search the web a bit, you can often get a really good pan for a discount. There are always some awesome offers on cast iron kitchen stuff posted on the cast iron pots website. Ok, that did it, now I’m salivating. I’m off to the kitchen to clog my arteries with some steak and eggs.

  5. keeley says:

    these sound dillicious i think i might try these at school for my technology food lesson next week thank you .

    1. Todd says:

      Great, let us know how it turns out!

  6. mary says:

    Made these tonight and they were a hit with my family. Juicy and Delicious. Love to what the videos.

    1. Todd says:

      Glad to hear it!