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Julie takes all the wonderful ingredients of a bacon cheeseburger and turns them into the next great sushi roll.

Cheeseburger Sushi


  • 1 lb Ground Beef, seasoned with salt and pepper

  • 2 Slices Cheddar Cheese

  • 1/2 cup Frozen fries

  • 8-10 Strips of Bacon


  1. On a piece of plastic wrap lay down 8-10 strips of bacon to make a square. Similar the sushi making, place a thin layer of ground meat seasoned with salt and pepper over that layer. On the bottom edge closest to you place the cheese and a few frozen fries. Using the plastic wrap roll the meat away from you sealing the fries in the center.

  2. Use tooth picks to hold in place. Place in the oven at 375 for 40 minutes until cooked through. Once cooled slightly, slice the “sushi” and place on a plate. Top each sushi with a pickle. Serve with ketchup and mustard.

Cheeseburger Sushi




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- Hey, guys, welcome back. I have a very strange recipe for you today, that I wanna try out. This is a brain child of mine that I'm very proud of, slash, also think it might be one of the dumbest things I've ever done, so what did you get up to this morning? I'm gonna make cheeseburger sushi! Let the hate comments begin! I'm not meaning to offend anybody. I just thought, oh my god, I need to get more cheeseburgers in my face in different ways. That's a burden that I carry. Let's just get started. It's gonna be a bacon cheeseburger. So first thing I wanna do is I have this bamboo place mat. I've got some nice bacon, and I'm just gonna lay that down, kind of overlapping like that, so that every bacon cheeseburger sushi piece is wrapped in bacon. This is gonna be like the nori, per se. All right, the next thing is the hamburger. Now this is just some ground beef that's been seasoned with a little bit of salt and pepper, however you like to do your hamburgers normally, do it that way. You're just gonna get a nice handful, ooh, such a great hand feel. So I just want it in a thin layer, cause actually I do need it cooking all the way through, so I don't want a really thick layer of ground meat, because it's gotta cook the fries that are going inside. What a great segue onto the fries. No, just kidding, onto the cheese. Well, or fries. You could do either. It doesn't matter. I'm gonna do the cheese, though. Just some old cheddar that I thinly sliced, and that's going right at this bottom edge here. And then the French fries. These are just frozen French fries. I got the shoestring cut, which it looks kind of just like a regular fry cut, but this is gonna be perfect. This is gonna be like the cucumber aspect. So get some of these lined up at the bottom. Now I'm gonna go wash my hands really quick. Then let's get this rolled, I'll pop it onto a baking sheet, and wanna bake it entirely, at 375. Okay. All right. I feel like Dr. Frankenstein. It's alive! It worked, it's awesome. I'm so excited. I've let it cool a little bit because much like a meatloaf, you wanna let it cool a little bit so you actually cut it into slices. Otherwise, you're gonna have the issue of it kind of getting crumbly, so that's what's happened with this guy, and it is time to dive in. Let me just show you a cross section of what I'm dealing with here. Oh, good God! I am a genius. Oh my god. It's too good to be true. I have a plate right here with some pickles and then of course, what goes with the cheeseburger, some ketchup and mustard made to look fancy, and I'm gonna get it plated. I'm gonna do it! I'm gonna try one. All right, so you get this little front guy. I love how much cheese you can see in there. Fire in the hole. Oh, it's huge. Mm, that doesn't make sense. It is so good. Oh, more of the ketchup and mustard. Oh, oh, I need another pickle. Have I lost my mind or have I just crossed over to the other side, you know? Thank you so much for watching. I hope you enjoyed this video. I'm gonna see you next time. Bye, guys!