Soooo good! My husband is a big burger eater and he was complementing it! I mix all the ingridients together and then added beef. Placed the parties on the plate and placed them in the freezer for couple of hours for easier cooking and to avoid falling apart. Next time I will skip salt tho. We are not big on salty food and was bit salty for us.
LOVED these burgers! I didn't add any of the fix-ins, and they were still delicious!
made the basic recipe with no stir ins and it was DELICIOUS! Very moist and flavorful ! This is a keeper ! Thank you for sharing !
Delicious! I tried just the basic recipe. My husband and I are excited to turn this into a game..I'll add one "flavor perk" each time and see if he can identify it! Thanks to CountryLady for coming up with so many! One note: I used really lean meat (93%) so that may be why mine didn't stick together easily? It did not fall apart on the grill though so it was fine.
Did this without the Worcestershire sauce (I don't eat fish) and with a teaspoon of curry powder instead of the mustard as I didn't have any, grilled on a grilling pan instead of a proper bbq, and it worked wonders, follow the instructions and the patties should hold easily. Can't wait to test this on a proper bbq.
This was a great burger. My family loved the taste of the meat! We followed the recipe exactly and added in ketchup, and cooked the burgers on the grill. It came out great -- best ever. We will use this recipe from now on.
Made these last night for my niece's birthday celebration. My sister in law wouldn't stop raving about how amazing these were and how I was her favourite sister in law LOL. I think I may have added more onion than what I should have, easily happens since there's no measurement (in cups) for the amount of onion needed, so might have to go ahead and do these a few more times to get it perfect. I didn't add to the recipe any of the add ins, and grilled in a regular grill with charcoal - very old school. Also, I used 50% regular ground (which I think is the standard for the highest fat content in ground beef) and 50% 90/10 beef (for the lack of something else when I went shopping), and I think they turned out gr-eat! I did 150 gram (5.29 oz) patties and got 8 and 3/4's patties (I doubled the recipe). Followed the instruction of another reviewer and placed the patties in the grill and only flipped them once, need to make sure the heat is medium / high and that you're flipping them in one movement cause shaky hands can definitely get them to split (also low heat - happend to me twice). All in all these are great and will most likely be making them again in the future.
I loved these! and recipe is so easy
This recipe is terrible. Never use eggs. Just add salt and pepper and Worcestershire sauce. Dent the center so that it doesn't turn into a ball when it cooks. Thank me later.