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Smokehouse Burgers

Smokehouse Burgers recipe
photo by:kraft
Grilling makes the onion sweet and tangy BBQ sauce gives the burgers smoky flavor. Fill the bun and prepare for the bliss of that first bite.
30 min
30 min
4 servings
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I made this twice. The first time I followed the recipe and it was a disaster, the burgers fell apart and we had ground meat on a bun. The second time I added breadcrumbs an egg and the BBQ sauce to the meat but the sauce over powered the hamburger. Did Kraft really test this recipe?
like having a regular hamburger
I take it this recipe has been modified since it doesn't call for the bbq sauce to be mixed in. I left out the bbq sauce altogether (my husband and I prefer it on chicken or pork) and I mixed in salt, pepper and balsamic vinaigrette to the meat, my husband grilled them and brushed the onions with the italian dressing and melted cheddar cheese on top of the burgers. These burgers were so juicy and tender and did not fall apart on the grill. I would definitely make these again
Didn't use BBQ sauce due to other comments. NOthing special
I loved the idea of this recipe but as the other commenters said, they completely crumbled and I had a ground beef hambuger instead. It tasted good, but was hard to eat being crumbled to peices.
This was pretty good, but nothing special. One of my burgers crumbled a little, but I did not have trouble overall. We did not have much success grilling the onions in the suggested manner, but the finished product was still pretty good.
The taste of the burger was good, but as with the other 2 people who tried it, the burgers crumbled when I tried to flip them. Not being ones to waste food, we tried to eat them anyway, but it was more like a dry sloppy jo than any sort of burger. I even added a little egg in the hamburger to try to get it to stick, but no such luck.
Made the burgers and began to cook them on the grill. They completely fell apart. There was no way to even save them so we threw them away. Complete waste of money and time. There must be something w/ the BBQ sauce that causes them to crumble.
I had to cook mine on my George Forman grill since my BBQ was out of propane. Not only did my burgers fall apart, they burnt. I don't know if it was due to the fact that I could not control the temp (the insides were not overdone), or if it was the BBQ sauce mixed in. I don't think I'll waste my time on these burgers again. Sorry.
beef not only fell apart, but my husband thought the burgers were tasteless. I will go back to making burgers my way.
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