As awesome as your burgers were, there’s a good chance between those plus the hot dogs, chicken, beers, sangria, chips, veggies, and whatever else you cooked up, you’re going to have some leftovers. Sure, you can put it in Tupperware and nuke it in the microwave later, but it’s just nowhere near the same as fresh off the grill. So we’ve found a much better option to put a great spin on leftover BBQ burgers.

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes


1. You can use ground beef, turkey or chicken – it doesn’t matter at all; and

2. It takes even less time to make! The meat is already browned! I love time savers.


4-5ish leftover bbq burgers
1(ish) cup ketchup
2 tablespoons of worchestershire sauce
1 tsn granulated garlic
1 tsn granulated onion
1 tsn oregano
1 tsn parsley
1 tbn sugar
8 buns
cheese of your choice


1. Chop or crumble burgers and put into a frying pan. Rewarm the meat. Add the ketchup, worchestershire, all spices, and sugar.
2. Let it come to a low boil. Add more ketchup if you want it saucier, or want it to go a little further.
3. While that’s heating up, turn your oven on broil. Throw your buns in there and let them toast.
4. When the meat mixture is warmed, spoon it on the bottom bun.
5. Add your slice of cheese.
6. Return the sandwich BACK to the broiler for your cheese to officially ooze. When oozing begins, the sandwich is complete. Enjoy!

This recipe is courtesy of Extraordinary BBQ.

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