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Twice As Nice: 5 Ways to Use Up Leftover Burgers

Summertime means grilling time. It also means you might find yourself with an excess of cooked burgers from hosting family and friends. Instead of tossing those leftovers, turn them into chili, tacos, sloppy joes, a 20-minute Bolognese sauce and even wontons.
  • Jennifer Perillo

    Got leftover cooked burgers? Then make this quick & easy chili! #recipe #twiceasnice

  • Jo Fitzner

    leftover burger chili.

  • Bri Johnson

    Get this delicious and easy-to-follow Secret Ingredient Chili recipe at Food Network.

  • Joe Cross

    Twice As Nice: 5 Ways to Use Up Leftover Burgers | FN Dish – Food Network Blog

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