Donna's Seasoned Hamburger Patties

"Delicious Steak flavored Hamburgers"
photo by Breezytoo photo by Breezytoo
photo by Breezytoo
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
photo by Donna Luckadoo photo by Donna Luckadoo
Ready In:
4 large burgers




  • Combined Ground Beef and other ingredients in a bowl and mix thoroughly.
  • (I use my Hands).
  • Make meat mixture into Patties and either fry in a skillet or Do like me and throw them on the Grill!
  • Enjoy!

Questions & Replies

default avatar
Got a question? Share it with the community!


  1. Brian J.
    These are the best burgers in the history of EVER. I literally married into the family partly because of these burgers. Hey Ralphy, look how famous your wife is ????????
  2. Carol Hatten
    Great tasting burgers. Thank you for the recipe.
  3. Sherry  Carl
    Delicious ! I doubled the recipe and made 8 patties. My husband, our son and I all loved these. I served with Rally's French Fries. I thought the seasonings were great. Very tasty. Thank you.
  4. Lise S.
    I started with grass-fed beef. I kept it all to Lea & Perrins which advertises as being gluten free. The results were scrumptious. I love hamburgers with a gravy made from the pan drippings. The picture isn't pretty, but the flavor and richness make up for that downfall. A glass of Cava Rose with the dark berry flavors is a great compliment to the meaty main course! cheers, Lise
  5. Liz C.
    Really enjoy using this recipe for when I make hamburgers. Taste great when I cook them on the grill.


  1. Ronda L.
    Added 2 tbsp of dried minced onion since I doubled the recipe. It smelled so good sizzlin' away. Waiting for my son to get home from work so we can chow down.????
  2. srosenbe
    We think the A1 is too strong, so I use 1 Tbsp Worcestershire & 1/2 Tbsp A1.
  3. Liz C.
    The only change I make is using separate garlic powder and salt opposed to a garlic salt.
  4. bmcnichol
    I doubled the recipe for my family and followed the recipe as written other then I used garlic powder instead of garlic salt. The boys and I really liked them but hubby wasn't crazy about them.


Say Hi to my Toy Poodle Peek-A-Boo! She was born on Mothers day, 2007 About Me ~ I was born in Arlington Virginia. My Mother and Father both worked for the F.B.I. After I was born we moved back to Tennessee, Where my parents were born. I have remained here because of the beautiful Mountains! We bought a Home overlooking the mountains of Cumberland Gap Tn. I love to cook!!! Before I became disabled, I worked as a Caterer and as a Supervizing Manager in a Deli/Market for 15 years. It was my life. I miss it very much. I have learned alot about cooking and baking from my Grandmother's and my Aunt's.We do a lot of canning, things like Jellies and Apple butter, Chow Chow,Mixed pickles, Strawberry jam, Gr. Beans and Pickled Beats. And my favorite is the homemade Strawberry Jam. We have even had several Mollasses Stir Offs in the Fall at my Church & we make Apple Butter and Cider. I was raised in the Southeast and we love to COOK. It must be something in the water? LOL & If it involves cooking count me in!!! I Love the Food Network and all the cooking shows. I Have found alot of great recipes and made alot of friends from this Web site. Participation Awards: <img a href="" target="_blank"img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting"/asrc="" alt="Image hosted by"> <img src="" alt="Image hosted by"> <a href="" target="_blank"><img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting"></a>
View Full Profile

Find More Recipes