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    This is the best homemade burger I have ever eaten. We are not fans of garlic but we love Worcestershire sauce and we prefer flavor over health consciousness. By following this recipe you will get just a hint of garlic, mild spice, and a lot of Worcestershire flavor. If you like to really taste your garlic then you will need to add more. If you like spicy leave more seeds or increase the number of peppers and last but not least, if you are not a fan of Worcestershire sauce then cut back to 1 tbsp. If you want to be health conscious then use a lower fat meat but really watch your cooking time or it will be dry and lose a lot of flavor. In fact, if you go with sirloin or round I would suggest adding two pieces of white bread (crust removed) soaked in milk to your mix to retain moisture. My kids are VERY picky eaters and they love these burgers. (Take that McDonalds!)

    Recipe #410071

    We got tired of seasoning packets so I started researching and experimenting to come up with my own. Here's what I came up with. You may need to adjust the salt and/or crushed red pepper to suit you. We prefer lower salt and my wife likes it less spicy.

    Recipe #416534

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