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Dlicious mini burgers....From Everyday with Rachael Ray.

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  • Preheat the broiler.
  • In a bowl, combine beef, dill, parsley, shallot, salt and pepper; form into 12 patties.
  • In a large skillet, heat 2 tbsp evoo over med-hi heat; add 6 patties and cook for 2 minutes, then flip and cook for 1-2 minutes more. Repeat to complete all 12 patties.
  • Spread some mustard on the roll bottoms and arrange on a broiler pan; place a patty on each and top with the cheese. Melt the cheese under the broiler, about 30 seconds. Cover with tomato slices and roll tops.
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  1. Cherylcm
    These are a really great. I made them and froze them to have on hand in the future. What fun to pull out these little burgers, and sooooo tasty!
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  2. La Dilettante
    I am a vegetarian, but love to find recipes that I can substitute those wonderful Morningstar "faux" meat crumbles in. I made these that way, and I promise you, none of my guests could tell there was no real beef! Because these crumbles have no fat whatsoever, I do stir in 2 T olive oil to imitate the consistency of cooked ground beef.
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  3. TexasKelly
    I made these for dinner last night, and Hubby and I thought they were EXCELLENT. The dill is what makes it so good, at least for us. Besides cutting the recipe in half, I followed the directions exactly. We will be making these many more times, we had them as a fun appetizer style dinner, but I would also love to just serve them as an appetizer to guests! Thanks for posting!
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  4. LindseyKay
    AMAZING. It's incredible how the fresh herbs can raise these to the next level. I added some thyme and about 1/2 breadcrumbs to the mixture because I like a softer texture. Also, I sauted some onions and mushrooms to add to the relish bar. These were such a hit at our Superbowl party.
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  5. Meredith .F
    Dlicious mini burgers....From Everyday with Rachael Ray.
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