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Beyond Basic Burgers

Beyond Basic Burgers recipe
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Our mix-and-match recipe helps you think beyond the basics—with meat options, add-in choices and saucy possibilities.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
28 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
8/4/2005
I made the chicken ones and the beef ones and my family loved them. They are usually really picky. No more frozen pre-made burgers for them anymore!
posted:
8/4/2005
Take some lean ground beef, and form it into a thick burger, cut that in half, put a pocket in the center area out to about a inch from the sides. Fill each pocket with the onions from a can of onion soup and a small bit of the liquid as well. Put both parts back together, sealing the edges only by pinching slightly with fingers. On the outside of the burger and around the edges dip your finger into the soup, rub the burger gently to smooth. DO NOT press burger while cooking on the grill, keeping the juice in it. When you see some blood come up on the top, lift it and turn it one quarter of a turn on same side. After a few minutes more, flip it and do the same on that side. Eat one like this or add your style of bbq sause if you care to as well as other toppings.
posted:
8/4/2005
Sounds like meatloaf on a grill - sounds good. I am going to try the beef one tonight.
posted:
8/1/2005
The beyond basic burger recipe for ground beef was great. My whole family loved it.
posted:
7/31/2005
it was "mmm mmm mmm mmm-delicioso"!!
posted:
7/20/2005
Too many Carbs. for 1 sanwitch
posted:
7/18/2005
I made these burger with the beef ingredients and my family loved them. I'm not a huge hamburger fan but these were so juicy, you almost didn't need extra condiments. I will definitely make these again.
posted:
7/18/2005
Frankly, my family likes my regular old burgers better. There was nothing special about these, although I am not saying they weren't good. The texture was different from a normal burger. So for people who pay attention to the texture of their food, these burgers might not be appetizing. Otherwise, they were good, and you should give them a try and see for yourself if you like them.
posted:
7/14/2005
I like to add 1 beaten egg to the chicken or turkey burger recipe. It keeps them from falling apart. Also remember to use a light touch when mixing ground chicken or turkey as the meat will toughen the more it is mixed.
posted:
7/8/2005
good burger
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