Grammy's Polish Pork Hamburgers

Grammy's Polish Pork Hamburgers created by Baby Kato

My husband's grandmother simply calls these Polish Hamburgers (though they likely have a mix of Eastern European roots), and they are a nice change from beef hamburgers. Serve on fresh rolls with lettuce, tomato, ketchup, and mustard. For those who wish to substitute the egg, Ener-G egg replacer powder works perfectly in this recipe when prepared according to the box instructions.

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  • Combine bread crumbs and spices in a mixing bowl.
  • Add pork and mix slightly.
  • Add egg or egg substitute (for Ener-G egg replacer powder, add an additional 2 tablespoons water).
  • Mix all ingredients thoroughly.
  • Shape into six patties. Refrigerate for several hours if desired to allow flavors to mix.
  • Heat a large, nonstick frying pan over medium heat.
  • Add patties to pan and cover for 5-10 minutes until bottoms are crisp and brown.
  • Turn patties over and repeat for other side.
  • Serve on fresh rolls with lettuce, tomato, ketchup, and mustard.
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"My husband's grandmother simply calls these Polish Hamburgers (though they likely have a mix of Eastern European roots), and they are a nice change from beef hamburgers. Serve on fresh rolls with lettuce, tomato, ketchup, and mustard. For those who wish to substitute the egg, Ener-G egg replacer powder works perfectly in this recipe when prepared according to the box instructions."

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  1. Baby Kato
    Grammy's Polish Pork Hamburgers Created by Baby Kato
  2. CarrolJ
    These Pork Hamburgers were a delightful surprise. I admit to being a little hesitant to make these since I don't care for meat loaf and was afraid it might taste like it. Surprise...it has it's own great flavor and it was enjoyed enough to prepare it again in the future. Made for PAC Spring 2014
  3. subaruthie
    My husband's grandmother simply calls these Polish Hamburgers (though they likely have a mix of Eastern European roots), and they are a nice change from beef hamburgers. Serve on fresh rolls with lettuce, tomato, ketchup, and mustard. For those who wish to substitute the egg, Ener-G egg replacer powder works perfectly in this recipe when prepared according to the box instructions.
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