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To get started with this recipe gather all your ingredients and begin to cut all your bell peppers into about 1/4 inch slices.. This is the ideal width for the cook. Next slice your onions into 1/4 inch slices as well and place them into a bowl along with the peppers. Once your veggies of been sliced, begin to form the sausage patty's into two 6-6.5 oz patty's each. You will want the diameter to be slightly bigger than the bun that you are going to be using. Once the sausage has been formed proceed to setting up your grill, plancha, or flat top griddle. Any of these will work.
To set up our plancha griddle, I filled up a full chimney basket of briquettes and I got them fully lit. Once lit, I dumped the chimney basket into the kettle grill and banked the charcoal to the back of the grill in a half moon then placed the plancha back into the grill and let it come up to around 400F in my main cooking area. Once the griddle is set up, begin by cooking your peppers and onions until they are fully cooked and even have a little bit of char - this will at just a touch of nice flavour. Don't forget to add a little bit of our MAD COW rub near the end to help season the sausage and peppers.
Next, place the sausage patty's onto the griddle and press them down slightly to ensure great contact on the plancha. This will help form a better crust on the bottom of the burger. After a few minutes, flip the sausage burger and add on your provolone cheese and let it start to melt. TIP: to help melt the cheese faster place a bowl over the cheese and let the steam do it's magic. Once the burger is fully cooked through remove it from the grill.
Once everything is cooked its now time to build the burger. You can really do this any way you like but for use this is how we did it! We took our toasted bottom bun and spread on some mayo then added the burger on top. Next, we added a generous amount of the sausage and peppers mixture followed by some banana peppers for a little bit of extra spice. Lastly, we spread on some course dijon mustard to the top toasted bun and crowned the burger. Once it's put together, take a picture then enjoy your feast!