The Baconator

The Baconator

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Our Baconator burger, an indulgent and flavor-packed burger, features perfectly seasoned Creekstone Farms 81/19 Brisket Blend Burger Patties, complemented by crispy bacon and rich Big Rick’s Chipotle Ketchup. To make the Baconnaise, a decadent bacon-infused mayonnaise, you’ll need classic cut bacon, avocado oil, egg yolk, Kozlik’s Deli Mustard, Cattleman’s Grill Lone Star Brisket Rub, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, and fresh chives. Start by cooking minced bacon until crispy, then blend the rendered fat with avocado oil to create a silky base for the Baconnaise. Preheat your Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill to 425ºF and grill the burger patties on a cast iron griddle until perfectly seared, topping each with cheese. Crisp the bacon and toast the buns, then assemble your Baconator with layers of baconnaise, chipotle ketchup, cheesy patties, and bacon for a mouthwatering burger experience. Ideal for grill enthusiasts, this Baconator recipe levels up the classic burger with premium ingredients and a smoky, savory flavor profile.

 

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Dave Noordhoek

June 19, 2024
in your recipe for Baconator it calls for hamburger. My question is that it calls for 81/29. Is that fat content, like most ground beef? If so it is 110 percent. It would have to be either 71/29 or 81/19.
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matthew smith

June 19, 2024
how I do mine, for the patties I use 1 1/2 lb ground beef, 1 1/2 tbs smoked paprika, 1 1/2 tbs garlic powder, 1 tsp salt and pepper mix, 1 cup cheese crumbles ( goat, bleu, feta or gorganzola ) 2 oz bacon bits and mix them all together well. on the buns I use chipotle mayo ( 1 can chipotle peppers in adobo to 4 large chef spoonfuls of mayo and 1 tsp garlic powder ) I then add my 2nd cheese usually smoked gouda, chipotle gouda, or provovlone and then add bacon strips to the bon as well
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Linda S.

June 19, 2024
People need to either use raw eggs that are already pasteurized (stores don't sell them here) or pasteurize the eggs yourself using sous vide.
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Brittany @ ATBBQ

June 19, 2024
Dave- This is 81/19 ground beef, thanks for letting us know.
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T David Thomas

June 20, 2024
I've used the liquid from a jar of dill pickles instead of ACV as I love pickles on a burger. If you like pickles too, give it a try!
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