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4 drunken burgers
- 1 1⁄4 lbs ground beef
- 1 dash pepper
- 1⁄2 teaspoon Tabasco sauce
- 1 clove garlic, crushed
- 1⁄4 cup chili sauce
- 1⁄2 ounce package Knorr french onion soup mix
- 1⁄2 cup Guinness stout (or other stout)
- 4 hamburger buns
- Preheat oven to 400F degrees.
- Combine meat, pepper, Tabasco sauce, garlic, chili sauce, dry onion soup mix, and 1½ ozs Guinness.
- Shape into 4 patties.
- Bake at 400F until brown, about 10 minutes.
- Baste with the remaining Guinness.
- Continue baking for an additional 10-15 minutes, until well done.
- Add your favourite burger garnishes and trimmings.
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Miller! These were the BEST burgers! Served them at our July 4th BBQ, and they were a huge hit! They were a bit "loose", but they held together on the grill just fine. Just be sure to use a big spatula, and turn carefully! But the flavor is unbelievable! I don't think my husband will ever want plain burgers again! Definitely a keeper!
These are WONDERFUL, simple burgers. Threw these babies on the grill with some corn on the cob, and fried up some homemade french fries. BH says these are the best bugers he has ever eaten. One bite and he says, "I knew there was a reason I love you."lol. Followed the recipe exactly, but left out the tabasco sauce. Added bonus: enjoying the leftover Guinness while firin' up the grill;) Thanks Miller! ~Manda
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This recipe has become a staple in my house. We do it at least once a month. We substitute BBQ sauce for the Chilisauce though, we like that taste better and we dont use chili sauce for any cooking so I would rather use something we always have in the house. Try it! Either way, super yum with either swiss or cheddar cheese!
I, like many other reviewers, had problems with these burgers falling apart. I did everything I could to prevent it- I used a patty press and let them sit in the fridge for 30 mins to set, and they still fell apart. We used turkey instead of beef and the taste was delicious. I, unlike several other reviewers, could taste the beer in the burgers, but they WERE Guinness burgers afterall so this was neither unexpected nor unwelcome. We used Sriracha chili sauce because that's what we had, so it was spicy- not too spicy for us, but I would probably scale it back for guests whose tastes might not be the same as mine. Overall a great recipe- the only change I have is that I think I will scale the beer back a little next time and perhaps throw in a few breadcrumbs in hopes of firming up the burgers just a bit.
Ive been trying to decide how to rate this, and I've settled on just leavign a comment. I did like some other reviewers and didnt cook in the oven. I followed the recipe exactly, except I added in some worchesshire sauce and I used some onion powder in place of the french onion soup mix, because some people in the house dont like the dehydrated onions in things and I didnt want mini meatloaves. My boyfriend, a Guinness drinker (and the onion hater) thought they were good, but my father and I could taste something "off" but I think if I could have used the soup mix, it may have been hidden alittle more.
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