Polish Hamburgers for a Crowd

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

You know how sometimes you wonder where all those hungry people came from? Well, here's an easy do-ahead way to keep them happy, while you barbecue the ribs and cook the kielbasa. I DON'T know why these should be called Polish, but the recipe came from my Polish aunt, we are of Polish descent and we've enjoyed these for some time. Great for cook-out season. Or how about tailgating? Go Black and Gold!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix together the beef, salt and pepper. Shape into 24 patties.
  2. Place in baking pan in single layer and bake in a 400 oven until browned.
  3. Combine chili sauce, beer, ale or consomme, onion soup mix and Tabasco.
  4. Bring to a boil. Pour over hamburgers and bake 15 minutes. Then just keep them warm until they're gone. Or until the crowd is gone. Leftovers are good, too.
Most Helpful

I love making my burgers this way. I do add worcestershire as well. If I don't have onion soup mix I love to use onion powder.

Suzy_Q March 02, 2010