We LOVE these hamburgers! Don't cook hamburgers any other way since we found this recipe! Thanks!
If there was an option for more than a five star these burgers would get it! Don't neglect to put in the horseradish (even if you don't like horseradish). We'll never go back to plain old hamburgers again!
Excellent recipe! Simple but keeps the beef very moist - didn't have horseradish but I love horseradish and will be sure to include it next time.
These are very good burgers and I would definitely recommend this recipe to anyone. The horseradish is key to the great taste of this burger. Thank you for sharing!
Great tasting, moist burgers! I omitted the worcestershire sauce abd salt, substituting 2 tbls finely chopped red onion. Broiled the burgers in the toaster oven, and served them on steamed buns with fresh guacamole, thin slices of red onion, jack-pepper cheese (softened on top of burger last minute in toaster), sliced tomatoes, and mustard. Will be making these again--thank you for a very moist and flavorful burger recipe!
We tried these last night and they were just delicious. I did add an egg out of habit. Very, very tasty. Thanks for posting. They were enjoyed by all.
These are great !thanks for posting I almost did not add horse radish because it sounded like it would be overpowdering but glad I did !!
These were an interesting change from a "regular" burger, and they weren't bad, but we didn't enjoy them enough to make them again. On the plus side, they were moist and held together well on the grill. However, we felt the garlic and horseradish (and I only used a teaspoon) overpowered the flavor.
These are awesome!!! My family can't get enough of them!! We add more horseradish probably about 3 tablespoons.
Great burger. I topped it with blue cheese, black pepper bacon, and served with barbeque sauce for a Serendipity Black and Blue burger clone. To complete the copycat meal, I served with sweet potato fries. Very tasty.