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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.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
6/16/2007
These fell apart when I tried turning them. Thank goodness I broiled them in my toaster oven. I don't think that I would make these again.
posted:
6/13/2007
This is a very good recipe. I make burgers similar to this recipe. I found out by trial and error the less sauce the better the burger will hold up. If it starts to fall apart adding some bread crumbs or a little oatmeal will help soak up some of the moisture to keep it together on the grill or stovetop. Add just enough sauce to flavor the meat. Maybe a tsp to a tsp and a half.
posted:
6/12/2007
We tried this on the grill and it fell apart as well. I'm going to try again with bread crumbs and less bbq sauce. It got way too mushy with the 1/4 cup of sauce. Maybe Kraft can revise their recipe. What was left tasted great, but it really ruined our meal!
posted:
6/4/2007
I agree this recipe is TERRIBLE - we not only tried it on the grill but we also tried it in a frying pan on the stove the next day and it was a disaster both times, the burgers simply crumble apart leaving an un-edible mess
posted:
6/4/2007
Same problem burgers fell apart. Not sure of a solution. Maybe one could be posted. I used ground chuck. Thought about adding bread crumbs. concerned with altering the taste. Kraft kitchen. What burger did you use?
posted:
5/30/2007
What a great easy recipe! We didn't have a problem with the burgers falling apart. We did think that the onions may pose a problem of falling apart, so we sauteed the onions in the italian dressing on the stovetop. Delicious!
posted:
5/29/2007
This is a terrible recipe. The burgers fell apart on the grill and I ended up taking the rest of the meat and making sloppy joes in the skillet. I was very disappointed and now have a big mess in my grill. If you want bbq sauce with your burger, put it on top after it cooks.
posted:
5/28/2007
We really liked the taste of the burgers, although had the same problem many others had in keeping the burgers from falling apart. Since we did like the flavor, I intend to experiment a little with the addition of the sauce to correct the problem.
posted:
5/28/2007
Wish I had read the other comments B4 trying this-burgers fell to pieces!!! Will try again, but top w/BBQ, not mix in.
posted:
5/27/2007
Don't mix the meat and bbq sauce in the burgers it will fall apart on the grill. The meat is to wet.
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