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Awesome, my husband loved these and I enjoyed making them. Followed the recipe except for using 2lbs of lean grassfed beef. I made my own grill seasoning, following recipe http://www.food.com/recipe/grill-seasoning-184558.

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yogiclarebear June 03, 2011

Made these for DS to take to a Cinco de Mayo party. The burger is excellent. I doubled everything, even the "catsup" and I ended up with way too much of that. DS dislikes "chunky stuff" so we pureed the catsup. The only thing I'm thinking I would change is to drain the tomatoes - it separated and didn't look too great. We added cheese to half of them but did not offer bacon or onions.

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VA May 06, 2011

Very good. I made 8 regular size burgers. The catsup was surprisingly good!!! Nice mild heat to the burgers.

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Charmie777 September 12, 2010

DH gave 5 thumbs up before I had a chance to take a bite! From my small can of chipotle peppers in adobo, I have enough chipotle chiles for 2 more recipes, so I will make more mini burgers and freeze them until the adult children come for a barbecue. I used diced Fire-Roasted Tomatoes instead of crushed, but DH takes to salsa on his burger rather than catsup, so this escaped a psychological barrier. The burgers are spicier than we usually attempt, but the sweet salsa/catsup helps to offset the intensity. DH says this is worth taking a Zantac. For DH, I folded each slice of cheese into 2 triangles to straddle the burger; this worked well. For me, back on WW, one mini burger was all I needed. Thanks for posting this recipe, SCOOBYBOO! Made for Top Favorites of 2008 Tag, on the recommendation of loof.

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KateL March 11, 2009

The fire roasted garlic catsup is the cat's meow in this recipe. Makes you never want to have regular catsup again! I used 2 pounds of ground sirloin (I think that was what was originally used on Rachel's show). I just made regular size burgers as we were having them as a meal instead of an appetizer which I normally make the mini-size ones for. This is an absolutely must try recipe! Thank you for posting!

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Sassy in da South August 04, 2008

Can I please have more stars for this recipe?!?! Wow this was just great! The chipotle and the seasoning were just terrific and you are so right about the homemade fire-roasted catsup - it is fantastic, and great on the fries too! I served with cheddar and bacon as suggested, and those spicy burgers topped with that sauce were awesome - thanks for sharing this great recipe!

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loof May 02, 2008

These were awesome!!! I made the fire roasted catsup, and it made the burgers...I also served a horseradish mayo with them, and that was equally as good...GREAT RECIPE!!!!!

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FIREGIRL #2 May 14, 2007
Mini Chipotle Burgers With Fire Roasted Garlic Catsup