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Miller! These were the BEST burgers! Served them at our July 4th BBQ, and they were a huge hit! They were a bit "loose", but they held together on the grill just fine. Just be sure to use a big spatula, and turn carefully! But the flavor is unbelievable! I don't think my husband will ever want plain burgers again! Definitely a keeper!

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ciao July 05, 2002

Had the family over for a cookout on Memorial Day. Made these for the gang....they loved them. Will be making them more often. Did them on the grill instead of the oven.....delicious!!!

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Danny Brennan May 29, 2002

Hubby went wild for this. Smelled wonderful cooking - couldn't wait for dinner! I think it would make a nice meatloaf. Plenty of juices to make gravy with.

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MadCatKim September 26, 2002

These are WONDERFUL, simple burgers. Threw these babies on the grill with some corn on the cob, and fried up some homemade french fries. BH says these are the best bugers he has ever eaten. One bite and he says, "I knew there was a reason I love you."lol. Followed the recipe exactly, but left out the tabasco sauce. Added bonus: enjoying the leftover Guinness while firin' up the grill;) Thanks Miller! ~Manda

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Manda June 14, 2002

Miller, I've been planning to cook these for the past month, and now I have! These were great. Quick, easy and tasty, we had them with mash and veg, rather than as burgers, but they worked well. No more DRINKING the Guinness anymore!

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JustJanS April 14, 2002

This burger & photos are caringly dedicated to Miller - a member who for years posted excellent recipes that are here as his legacy to Zaar. I made this recipe 6 years ago and at that time I made some changes it was very good- this time I made it as written cut back to one burger.and it was excellent .-Juicy and tasty- The Guinness gives a special flavor - Definitely will make it again

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Bergy April 13, 2008

These were "awesome" according to all the kids in the house! I made 12 sliders, was worried they would be too spicy for young palates so used only a couple T of siracha for the chili sauce, skipped the tabasco, and used just over 1/4 cup of beer directly in the patties, skipped the basting while they cooked. Added 1/4 cup of panko bread crumbs to ensure the patties didn't fall apart, they were plenty hearty. I loved baking these in the oven, normally I do stovetop but oven was so convenient! After flipping patties, added a slice of sharp cheddar, served on http://www.food.com/recipe/homemade-hamburger-buns-bread-machine-80413?photo=374957 homemade buns, and topped with caramelized onions. We were in heaven! I will keep nudging up siracha as I think we would have been fine using a bit closer to the called for amount. Thanks for what will be a new classic in this house!

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bubbleyumm82 March 18, 2016

This is a great recipe! My pantry had onion/mushroom soup mix and light beer. These burgers still turned out very good! This is a recipe that will be used again in our house. Thanks for sharing!

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Sarabi May 31, 2014

Ok, I have to admit that this was the strangest burger that I have ever eatten in my life. I am still trying to decided if, I liked it or not. Perhaps, I have to make them again and omit somethings? I put them in the oven as directed but added the Worchester.

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minnielu91_8744273 February 03, 2012
Guinness Burgers