Baked Hamburgers

My DH's grandmother's recipe. Great for a weeknight meal and then makes super leftovers! I use ground venison or elk instead of beef, which turns out great!

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  • Mix beef, onions, breadcrumbs, and milk.
  • Form into patties and brown on stove top on medium.
  • Place browned patties in 9x13 pan.
  • Mix gravy ingredients (ketchup, kitchen bouquet, soup and water) together and pour over top of hamburgers.
  • Cover and bake for 1 hour on 350 degrees.
  • Serve with mashed potatoes and peas!
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"My DH's grandmother's recipe. Great for a weeknight meal and then makes super leftovers! I use ground venison or elk instead of beef, which turns out great!"
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  1. melandme63
    Really easy and really delicious!
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  2. bmcnichol
    I had meatloaf in the freezer and wanted a different gravy so I just made the gravy part of this recipe. I followed it exactly as written. We thought it was a bit salty but it was good. Next time I would use low salt mushroom soup. Liked that it was something different.
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  3. Sherry  Carl
    My husband and I loved these hamburgers. I followed the recipe to the letter using a 1/2 can of water. The gravy was thick and delicious. Thank you.
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  4. mrsteacher22
    My DH's grandmother's recipe. Great for a weeknight meal and then makes super leftovers! I use ground venison or elk instead of beef, which turns out great!
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