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    Leftover veggie/beef burgers


    Recipe Description
    This is great for those little bit of veg left in the fridge, that 1/4 cup of bell pepper or bit of canned corn, few mushrooms, carrot, potato, whatever you want to throw in. I didn't measure the seasonings, though. Have to use your own judgement there.
    Preparation Steps:
    If the veggies are hard, like carrots or potatoes, boil them first and chop into small pieces. Otherwise, chop softer veggies into small pieces.
    Level of Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Needed:Ingredients:
    1 Lb Ground Beef
    BBQ Seasoning
    Garlic Pepper
    Black Pepper
    Tabasco Sauce
    Ranch Dressing (optional)
    leftover veggies (I used bell pepper this time)
    Serves:Directions:
    In a bowl mix beef with other ingredients except ranch dressing. Shape into patties and cook in skillet or on grill. That's it. They didn't have a super-easy category or I would have picked it for this one. Ranch really makes it awesome, but that's up to you.

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    Sounds good!

    I've made them with leftover chopped pan fried potatoes, chopped fried onions, bacon pieces, and a bit of cheddar & Worcestershire sauce before. All leftovers not enough to make a meal out of. They turned out really good.

    This recipe sounds equally good, I'll need to be sure to save even the tid bits of vegetables in a container in the freezer. I always save them for soup, or pot pies, but since we are moving into grilling season this is SO MUCH BETTER!!!! Love the idea of BBQ seasoning, I wonder if I can use BBQ sauce instead? Have you?

    Thanks for sharing!

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    If you used BBQ sauce I think the mixture might be a little wet. You could probably add just a little flour to the mix if you want sauce instead of seasoning.

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    Thanks Buffy

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    Great idea to use up some leftovers! Thanks so much for sharing this idea and recipe.

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