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Cook Time

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# of ingredients

5

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California Burger
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Rating: 5
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California Burger
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Rating: 5
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Ingredients
Onion Bacon Jam
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Instructions
California Burger
  1. 1. Cook Burger to order.
  2. 2. Place on bun with green leaf lettuce, aged white cheddar cheese, Onion Bacon Jam, and fresh avocado.
Onion Bacon Jam
  1. 1. On med-low heat render bacon for 10-15 minutes.
  2. 2. When bacon becomes slightly brown add the onions and garlic.
  3. 3. Continue to cook until the onions are translucent but not brown, approx. 10 minutes.
  4. 4. Once the onions are cooked add the remainder of the ingredients and cook until the sugar is dissolved and mixture is thick and gooey.
  5. 5. Keep the jam warm and serve.
Recipe Notes

Bacon tip…Don’t overcook the bacon! Too many people cook bacon too hot and too fast because there in a rush to get that luscious cured pork belly in their belly.

For me there are only two acceptable methods for coking bacon: in a pan at medium to low heat or in the oven laid out in strips with another pan on top for maximum crispness without being dry. For this recipe we start the bacon in a cold pan and render it slowly. When you do this properly you’ll have plenty of fat to sweat your onions in, thus adding full porky flavor.

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instructions
  1. 1. Cook Burger to order.
  2. 2. Place on bun with green leaf lettuce, aged white cheddar cheese, Onion Bacon Jam, and fresh avocado.
  3. 1. On med-low heat render bacon for 10-15 minutes.
  4. 2. When bacon becomes slightly brown add the onions and garlic.
  5. 3. Continue to cook until the onions are translucent but not brown, approx. 10 minutes.
  6. 4. Once the onions are cooked add the remainder of the ingredients and cook until the sugar is dissolved and mixture is thick and gooey.
  7. 5. Keep the jam warm and serve.
notes

Bacon tip…Don’t overcook the bacon! Too many people cook bacon too hot and too fast because there in a rush to get that luscious cured pork belly in their belly.

For me there are only two acceptable methods for coking bacon: in a pan at medium to low heat or in the oven laid out in strips with another pan on top for maximum crispness without being dry. For this recipe we start the bacon in a cold pan and render it slowly. When you do this properly you’ll have plenty of fat to sweat your onions in, thus adding full porky flavor.