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Super dinner. I added Lipton onion soup mix to the burger (ground turkey) and a splash of Marsalla to the cheese soup. It was great!
I tried this because it seems so different, but really did not expect it to be a hit with the meat and potatoes men in this house. They loved it. Very easy and delicious. My husband and son have already asked for a repeat.
This was SOOOO good. When I was growing up in Des Moines, Iowa, Yonkers dept store cafeteria used to serve rarebit burgers. They served them with fries and poured the cheese sauce over them too---what a treat!! Thanks for posting this!
I made this with Mille's Welsh Rarebit. I would rather have the original rarebit . It was delicious. My husband raved. He said we needed to make this for a dinner party for our friends. What a great idea.
Great burger recipe. I did like Clifford Boren suggested and added 1 packet Lipton Onion Soup Mix to the ground beef. The sauce was delicious. I served the patty open faced over a toasted bun, then spooned the sauce on top. Thanks.
My husband picked out this recipe and wanted to try it. I wasn't so sure I was going to like it but it was very good. I added some chopped green onion to the ground beef for a more savory flavor. But I agree with what another reviewer said, it is the sauce that makes this so delicious. A great blend of flavors. I also used regular buns because I didn't have English muffins. Thanks for teach this old dog a new trick.
WOW!! These burgers were fantastic. We grilled the patties instead of panfrying. The sauce is what makes these so scrumptious. The worcestershire and cheese flavor made us drool. I served on regular buns because I didn't have any English Muffins. Everyone in the family voted these 5-stars. Thank you Nurse Di, you have done it again.