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Good burger with deep flavors.
These were good!
We really liked the flavor of these burgers. I did have a problem with them falling apart while cooking. The mixture was too wet. The flavor was great, though!
Excellent flavor. I will add the suggested egg next time as the burger did fall apart slightly. Not enough to keep us from enjoying them though. I also used the BBQ sauce instead of the ketchup as a personal preference. Thanks.
Excellent burgers. I added eggs to help bind them together. Also, I used BBQ sauce instead of ketchup.
This is a very good burger! I didn't have a food processer to make a paste so I just mixed those ingredients up real well with a spoon before adding them and it worked just fine. Had no problems with them falling apart either, I just made sure to turn them only once. I will definately try this with deer and elk meat as well.
The flavor was great, but the burgers fell apart on the grill. This recipe is definitely worth trying out, but add an egg to make sure the meat doesn't crumble into the grill.
These were great burgers and I had no problem with them falling apart. The only change I made was using 1 1/2 lbs of ground beef instead of just 1 lb. My father came to dinner that night and said that they were better than the usual burgers I make. He said they were even better the second day for lunch.
We made these tonight and everyone loved them. Followed the recipe to the T but tripled everything for a larger batch. We did have some trouble with them falling apart (which is why we gave 4 stars, otherwise they would be 5 stars). They are a nice variation from our usual grilled burgers. Very moist and flavorful, but I think next time we make these we will add more garlic and a bit less hot sauce. We have some pretty bad indigestion tonight...lol!