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Dunkadelic-Double Cheeseburger

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Ingredients (1)

  • 7 oz. ground beef 1 oz. ground pork Sprinkle salt, pepper, and garlic powder 2 oz. of cheese (cheddar and swiss) 2 oz. of sauteed onions 3 oz. of bacon (3 slices of cooked bacon) 1-2 oz. garlic mayonaise (garlic powder with mayonaise) Lettuce, tomato, and pickle 95g sesame-seed bun
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Dunkadelic-Double Cheeseburger

The Dunkadelic-Double Cheeseburger is the perfect “King Sandwich” for those to enjoy while watching exciting playoff and Olympic basketball action.

Instructions

  1. 1Mix 7 oz. of ground beef and 1 oz. of ground pork. Sprinkle salt, pepper, and garlic powder to make (1) 8 oz. pattie. Cook to your liking.
  2. 2Top burger with 2 slices of cheese (cheddar and swiss), 3 slices of bacon, sauteed onions, Spread garlic mayonaise on toasted sesame-seed bun. Serve with steak fries and pickle. Also serve with ketchup and extra garlic mayonaise.
  3. 3Enjoy the Dunkadelic-Double Cheeseburger it’s better than a LeBron James slam dunk.
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