Perfect Hamburger

Perfect Hamburger created by Boomette

This hamburger seasoning makes the tastiest, juiciest burgers ever! We used 91% lean because the little bit of extra fat kept these patties moist and delicious. Also, the dry seasoning mixture will make more than you need but that leaves more for next time!

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  • In an airtight container or plastic bag, mix together salt, black pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, ground mustard, smoked paprika, and thyme.
  • Shake until well mixed.
  • In a bowl, combine ground beef, Worcestershire sauce and approximately 2 tablespoons of the seasoning mixture.
  • Make into patties and grill or pan fry.
  • Enjoy with your favorite toppings!
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"This hamburger seasoning makes the tastiest, juiciest burgers ever! We used 91% lean because the little bit of extra fat kept these patties moist and delicious. Also, the dry seasoning mixture will make more than you need but that leaves more for next time!"

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  1. captom444
    Geez WAY TOO MUCH seasoning per 1 lb. of meat!!!! Add up the tablespoons of spices, it's like 3 1/2 tablespoons of spices per 1 lb. of meat, that's right at 1/4 cup!!! For only 1 lb??? Yikes!!!
  2. valeriia-miller
    Too much salt!!!! I can’t stop to be surprised of the recipe name “Perfect Hamburger”... too far from being perfect...
  3. Sandra H.
    1 tablespoon of salt for one pound of meat is TOOOO MUCH. Do not recommend adding that much. Cut down to 1 teaspoon smh
  4. rachael wyld s.
    I made 2 lbs of hamburger, cut out the regular salt, added 1.5 tsp of Onion salt, .5 tsp Garlic powder, 2 tsp of Soy sauce and 2 of Worcestershire sauce plus 1 tsp powdered Beef bouillon fried in a stainless steel pan with a thin layer of saved bacon grease instead of a non stick spray I would have had to use.
  5. scoobygrl1593
    The seasoning has great potential, but 2 Tbs for only 1 pound of hamburger is way too salty. I think next time I'll cut the salt in half and only use 1 Tbs of the seasoning then see if that makes it better.
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