Southern Tailgating Recipes: Rings Of Fire

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Rings Of Fire

Many times the extreme tailgating recipes desired on game day require a few additional techniques in order to achieve the best result. They are truly no different than following a recipe for a detailed procedure on how to bake a cake. Smoky Smoky Bacon Cheeseburger Onions also known as Rings Of Fire are individually wrapped so several tasks must be addressed before they are ready for the cooking procedure however the unbeatable flavor makes them well worth your effort. Accompany these morsels with a lovely tailgating feast or pair them with an array of additional game day appetizers. The recipe is versatile so be certain to add them to your playbook whether hosting parties in your home or under the tent. Learn how to prepare a delicious style of rib to serve at your next football party social.

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makes 14 cheeseburger onion rings

The Basic Fundamentals

Although two onions will be needed in order to prepare the recipe, expect a good bit to remain as the rings will need to be wide enough to thread the bacon through the center. Save them for another use. 

1 cup hickory wood chips 
2 large {13-oz} sweet onions 
3/4 lb 80% lean ground beef
3/4 cup shredded extra sharp Cheddar cheese
3 garlic cloves, pressed
1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp crushed red pepper flakes
3/4 tsp kosher salt
1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper
2 {12-oz} packages sliced bacon
Charcoal
Barbecue sauce

Soak the wood chips in water for about 30 minutes. Drain. Place in heavy-duty foil & make a packet. Poke a few holes in the foil. Set aside. Slice the onions down the center to create rings. Cut each piece down the center again. Separate the rings, removing every other one. Combine the ground beef, the cheese, the garlic, the Worcestershire, the crushed red pepper, the salt & the black pepper in a medium bowl. Press a bit of the mixture around the interior of a ring, about 1/4-inch thick. Top with a smaller ring. Wrap the filled onion by threading 2 bacon slices around the circumference. Repeat with the remaining onion rings until all of the bacon & filling is used.

Build a fire with the charcoal & push it over to one side of the grill. Add the packet of wood chips. Top with the grill grate. Place the bacon wrapped filled onions over the empty side to utilize an indirect heat cooking method. Top with the lid & adjust the vents in order to maintain a temperature between 225 to 275 degrees. Cook them over indirect heat 1 hour. Brush with barbecue sauce & cover. Grill an additional 10 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 160 degrees. Serve with barbecue sauce. 

The Extra Point

Double trouble. Top cheeseburger creations with one or two of these hearty contenders for an extreme tailgating snack.

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How To Make Rings Of Fire

When extreme tailgating snacks are in order, technique in everything. Follow this straightforward technique so you are on point with the task.

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The success of this particular recipe is simply making certain the onion rings produce a snug fit to hold the cheeseburger mixture in place. The ring will also need to be large enough to thread the bacon through it. Here’s what you should know.

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Slice the onions down the center to create rings. Cut each piece down the center again. Separate the rings, removing every other one. Combine the ground beef, the cheese, the garlic, the Worcestershire, the crushed red pepper, the salt & the black pepper in a medium bowl. Press a bit of the mixture around the interior of a ring, about 1/4-inch thick.

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Be certain the mixture is pressed evenly around the first onion ring.

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Top with a smaller ring. Wrap the filled onion by threading 2 bacon slices around the circumference. Repeat with the remaining onion rings until all of the bacon & filling is used. Follow the instructions as outlined in the recipe procedure to smoke them properly.

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