I’m a huge foodie so it’s safe to say that we are always trying different recipes in our house. Rarely does my husband offer any suggestions on things he would like to try, but there are times when he runs across a recipe that is a must try and he immediately forwards it to me. This happened yesterday when he opened up an email from New Belgium Brewing. They had an amazing recipe that was shared from a Fort Collins food truck called The Tramp About. Since we had already planned on burgers yesterday, we decided to give this a try.
Let me just say that this recipe is fantastic! Here’s a picture of the one we created using Brasstown Beef with a Jalapeno AIoli and a Tomato-Bacon Jam. It was served up on a toasted Kaiser roll with lettuce, tomato and gouda cheese.
I started the Tomato-Bacon Jam first off since it was going to take the longest to prepare.
The onions and the bacon cooking to perfection:
The rest of the ingredients added in. This is before the sauce thickened. It takes around 45-50 minutes for the sauce to reach the perfect thickness. As it cools, it will thicken up a tad more.
Then my little side kick (Luke) came in and helped with the AIoli.
It was big, messy and delicious! This will without a doubt be made again.
Where can you find the recipe?
You can find the recipe for this burger HERE.
As I mentioned, we used Brasstown Beef for our burger. You can learn more about them HERE.