Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins
The olive oil really makes the meat moist and it won't dry out. It adds a nice flavor too.
Make and share this Hamburgers recipe from Food.com.
- Chop garlic cloves on wooden surface then put in mortar and pestle.
- Add salt and olive oil and make a paste.
- Add this to the meat along with the Worcestershire and horseradish.
- Mix everything and adjust ingredients to suit your taste.
- When you make the patties place an indention in the middle of each one with your thumb (almost all the way through). This keeps the burgers from shrinking. We like ours thick and I like them to stay that way!
- Salt and Pepper according to taste when done.
- An added note on 04-03-06 - Thank you all for your positive feedback. It's nice to get confirmation on something I thought was good and different.
- Please note that I usually add more ingredients than what is called for above. I nuke a tiny hamburger (meatball size) and taste. I usually add more of everything. The horseradish does not taste like horseradish when cooked. It gives it a flavor note that otherwise wouldn't be there. Unless you are allergic to it, please try it.
Definately make these if you love horseradish and garlic. Best burger i've had in a very long time. They were great! I doubled on the horseradish, which may be a lot for some people, but was just fine for us. Really great mixture of flavors. BF and I were fighting over who would take the leftover burger in their lunch this morning! A keeper for sure!
This is a great recipe, the horseradish gave it a good kick but was not overpowering. Great combination
Juicy and tasty burgers! I followed the recipe exactly and they turned out really great. Only problem I had was that they had a small tendency to not adhere together while attempting to turn them on the grill. Not really bad, but I might be tempted to add an egg in the future just to combat that very minor problem.