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Chad’s Hamburgers

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My husband has somehow become the hamburger person in our family.  Even my grandparents prefer him to make the burgers when we are there.  His burgers always end up delicious!  I asked him for a recipe, but there are no exact measurements.  🙂  However, here are the ingredients Chad uses.

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Hamburgers

ground beef

canola oil (if the meat is lean…like 90/10)

Worcestershire sauce

salt

pepper

crushed red pepper

garlic powder

Combine all ingredients and form into patties.  When we have a big package of fresh ground beef, we make lots of hamburger patties so that we can freeze some for later (of course!).  We wrap each patty in aluminum foil and then place all the foil patties in a gallon Ziploc freezer bag.  This allows you to be able to just pull out one or four without them being frozen together.  We grill our hamburgers, but you could also cook them in a pan on the stovetop.

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Chicken Bruschetta

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This is an easy freezer/skillet meal I acquired from my first freezer swap group.  It makes a great light, summer meal.

Chicken Bruschetta
 
 1 lb chicken (I use tenderloins)

Italian Dressing

1 28 oz can petite diced tomatoes

1 onion, chopped

2 T olive oil

2 cloves garlic

Fresh basil, as much or as little as you like

1 frozen garlic bread (Texas Toast)

To Freeze:  Cube chicken (I just leave the tenderloins whole) and place in freezer bag with ½ cup Italian Dressing (I just poured a bunch in). 

Saute onions in olive oil. Add garlic. Stir in tomatoes. Take off of heat and cool slightly. Add basil. Pour into another freezer bag. Freeze both mixtures.

To Serve: Thaw chicken and tomato mixtures. Prepare garlic bread according to directions on box.  Saute chicken in the dressing until no longer pink. Stir in tomato mixture. Serve chicken and tomato over the garlic bread or on the side.
ENJOY!