@1.5lbs ground beef
1 pack of bacon
1 can of blackbeans
1 can of tomatoes
Rub (I used Meyer's Elgin Sausage's Smokehouse Seasoning)
I started by cutting up the onion and chopping it up fine. I mixed the onion in with the ground beef, egg, some Worcestershire sauce and rub. Once that was mixed up I set it aside to marry the flavors together.
I took the bacon and wove a lattice out of it. Once that was together I made a large square patty out of the hamburger and placed it onto the bacon. I opened and drained the tomatoes and black beans then spread them on the hamburger.
|Hamburger, black beans and tomatoes.|
I then rolled up the beef into a log and sprinkled some more rub on the outside and rolled the bacon lattice around it. I also sprinkled more rub on that. [I cheated in rolling it up. I put some plastic wrap down and used that to help flatten the hamburger, then used it to help hold everything together when I rolled it.]
|Rolled and ready to cook.|
|On the fire with the other meats.|
|Sliced and ready to serve.|
It was yummy. It had that bacon burger flavor with a nice smokiness to it. Next time I make it I want to use salsa in it instead of tomatoes. Some roasted peppers would be nice too.