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4 servings
Prep Time:
10 mins
Cook Time:
25 mins
Meal Type:
Main Dishes
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Cheese and Vegetable Stuffed Burgers

A tasty home-made burger that's sure to become a family favorite.



  1. Thoroughly combine ground beef, salt, garlic, pepper, and soy sauce.
  2. Divide mixture into 8 equal patties (patties should be thin).
  3. Combine remaining ingredients; divide evenly atop 4 patties.
  4. Place another patty on top of each; seal edges (extra burgers for other meals may be refrigerated at this point until ready to cook).
  5. Cook on a grill, or under your stove’s broiler, until done.
  6. Finally, top with cheese; when cheese has melted, the burger is ready to serve. As a serving suggestion, “make it a combo meal” by serving with cauliflower, mashed potatoes, a low-glycemic steamed veggie, such as asparagus, and a diet non-caffeinated beverage (could be H2O).
  7. Note: feel free to experiment with different burger seasonings, stuffings, and types of cheese, be as creative as you like!
  8. Note 2: the interesting thing about stuffed burgers is that some ingredients are "stuffed" into the middle of the burger, so as these ingredients cook, they season the meat and contribute to its juiciness.
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one of my favorite recipes, even good without the cheese! I've made a turkey burger version too.
16 May 13 by member: googley
Loved it! I substituted the soy sauce with Worcestershire sauce and used pepperjack cheese, topped it with homemade barbecue sauce and it was DELICIOUS! This is highly recommended because it's so easy to make it the way you like it.
23 Oct 11 by member: NiteTide
wow. these are delicious!!
29 Sep 10 by member: JEDILIZ
This was fantastic! Even my roommates who aren't on diets love them! Awesome recipe :)
04 Jun 10 by member: lmc5238
Very good burger! We used onion,red, yellow, orange, and green peppers to stuff burgers. I would recommend cooking vegetables first in a wok to make them a little less "crispy." My family loved this and will definitely cook this again!
22 Apr 10 by member: drewsmom
15 Mar 10 by member: Tsukifla
I don't like mushrooms or soy sauce so I substituted them with zucchini and vinegar, and it was delicious! Better than non-diet burgers by far.
24 Jul 08 by member: karinda27
This is truly delish!!! My husband doesn't really eat red meat and he attacked the plate when he saw the burgers!!! I will be making them often.
08 Apr 08 by member: Tatyushka
We used turkey buger and it was incredibly DELICIOUS! The leftovers were so tasty chopped into a salad for lunch too! Thanks for the idea patdnaseq!
01 Apr 08 by member: KrazyRedNH
Good idea to stuff the burgers with more veggies.
29 Feb 08 by member: xx_victoria
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Nutrition summary:

There are 175 calories in 1 serving of Cheese and Vegetable Stuffed Burgers.
Calorie break-down: 32% fat, 5% carbs, 62% protein.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 serving
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 55
Calories 175
% Daily Values*
Total Fat 6.1g 9%
  Saturated Fat 2.791g 14%
  Polyunsaturated Fat 0.326g  
  Monounsaturated Fat 2.563g  
Cholesterol 71mg 24%
Sodium 480mg 20%
Potassium 464mg  
Total Carbohydrate 2.31g 1%
  Dietary Fiber 0.5g 2%
  Sugars 0.84g  
Protein 26.22g  
Vitamin A 7% Vitamin C 59%
Calcium 16% Iron 70%
of RDI*
(175 calories)
9% of RDI
Calorie Breakdown:
Carbohydrate (6%)
Fat (32%)
Protein (62%)
* Based on a RDI of 2000 calories