Peanut Butter Sauce (More than likely, you will not use all the sauce for one burger, and you will need to store the rest)
7 1/2OzChipotle Chiles With Adobo Sauce
1/2CupDark Brown Sugar
8OzGround Beef(80% Lean, 20% fat)
2TbspDark Brown Sugar
1/2CupMexican Blended Cheese
Cooking The Bacon
Heat up your skillet on medium heat for 5 minutes.
Once the skillet is hot, put in your bacon.
Cook the bacon for 7 minutes, then flip the bacon and cook for another 7 minutes.
Put It All In The Food Processor
Place all the sauce ingredients, including the 4 slices of cooked bacon and the bacon grease, into the food processor. Thoroughly blend the ingredients together.
Take the sauce out of the food processor and put it to the side.
Cook More Bacon
Place 4 pieces of bacon into your skillet, then sprinkle 2 tbsp of brown sugar over the bacon. Cook the bacon on medium-low heat. To put things in perspective, if your stove top goes from 1 to 10, then the stove top should be at 4.
Cook the sweet bacon for 5 minutes, then flip the bacon and cook for another 5 minutes. Gently stir the bacon frequently so that the dark brown sugar does not overcook. The darker the dark brown sugar, the more bitter the bacon will be.
Take the bacon out of the skillet, then place the onions in the skillet with the bacon grease and remaining dark brown sugar still in the skillet.
Cooking The Onions
Cook the onions to a medium-low temperature for 10 minutes, and stir frequently. Once the onions are done, remove them from the skillet
Cooking The Burger Patties
With the ground beef, form two to three balls. Once the balls are in form, put them in the skillet and smash them down. Sprinkle the salt and black pepper on top of your patties and let them cook for 4-5 minutes on medium-low heat.
Flip the patties over, and add your Mexican blended cheese on top of the beef patties. Put a lid on top of the skillet, and let it cook for 2-3 minutes.
Remove the lid, and then remove the patties from the skillet.
Toasting The Hamburger Buns
At this point, your skillet will be full of grease. Remove the majority of the grease from the skillet. You want just enough grease to where the grease is covering the skillet.
Have the flat side of the bun on the surface of the skillet and cook for 2-3 minutes on medium heat or until the bottom is golden brown.
Remove the buns and assemble the burger.
Assembling The Burger
There is no particular way to put the burger together, but what I like to do is put the sauce on my buns and in between my beef patties.
Also, I make sure not to overdo putting the sauce on the buns so that my buns do not become soggy. However, I am generous with the sauce in between my beef patties.