17 Reviews

We tried this one this weekend while it was nice out and we could grill. I did use hamburger as that is what I had on hand. I doubled the recipe and only change was to add a few dashes of liquid smoke. Mixed the meat up and let set for about half and hour and shaped into patties. The results were a nice juicy flavorful burger. You've done good girl! Thanks

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Just Cher April 01, 2003

This kid made these for me when she was home for the holidays. They are full of flavor and really good. Can be served as just a patty or on a bun. Loved them!

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riffraff February 10, 2003

Holy SALT!!!! Didn't anyone else find this to be unbelievable salty (and I even like salty foods). There are way too many ingrediants in this burger- the taste of the meat is completely lost! And 1/2 of the ingrediants are salt based. We will not make this recipe again. I would advise you to find another recipe before you waste groceries!

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susiewein May 18, 2009

I made 4 pounds of these yesterday when I had a cookout and everyone was thrilled with the taste. Two people didn't know you could do burgers with just pork but they sure do now. They wouldn't leave untill I gave them the recipe either. These are juicy and very delicious and fantastic coooked on the grille. This is a keeper and will be made many times this summer. Thank you for posting it.

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Chuck in Killbuck June 30, 2003

So good. I'm not sure why I've never used pork for burgers before. Thanks for sharing with us.

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mommyoffour November 08, 2014

I made a few changes to this recipe. I anticipated the salt content so I left out the lawry's and basil, the basil was because I don't like the taste. Even without the lawry's I thought they were definitely salty enough, which I loved! I also cut the Worcestershire down to 2-3 Tbs, even with that they were hard to shape due to the moisture. I'm not sure how you shape them with any more than that. All in all, they were really tasty and I will make again! Thanks for sharing!

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mononica620 September 25, 2012

I had a bunch of ground pork that I didn't know what to do with. We tried this recipe last night and the whole family loved them! I think I will put a little less salt in them the next time, but the recipe is a winner! Thanks for sharing! : )

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jewlmaker June 18, 2012

Really good,

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daramjui March 18, 2012

These were very good. Only used 3 Tbsp Worchestershire, 1/2 Tbsp of onion/mushroom soup mix, and a sprinkling of basil. I kept all of the other ingredients the same and used Cookie's flavor enhancher for the season salt. My husband and I both enjoyed these and didn't find them too salty. Served on whole wheat buns. Much lighter than a ground beef burger and a nice change of pace.

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cook43 July 05, 2011

Very easy and fast recipe. I ommited the season all salt and just added the whole package of dry onion soup mix. Loved it. Thanks for sharing.

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mama "G" March 10, 2010
Quick and Easy Pork Burgers