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#6394757 - 08/04/16 01:52 PM Grilled Burger recipes
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Usually just some garlic salt and pepper and grilled on a charcoal fire at the house. Every once in a while we do the Lipton soup mix deal.
How do you do yours?
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#6394768 - 08/04/16 01:57 PM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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Try a juicy Lucy basically two thin patties with cheese between them and then pinched together on the edges. I like salt and pepper but Montreal seasoning make a pretty good burger seasoning
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#6394769 - 08/04/16 01:57 PM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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Put the seasoning in the patty and also an egg while I mix it up... shape out your patty then lay it on a half onion slice then set your cheese on top of it a minute before you pull it off the grill
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#6394808 - 08/04/16 02:33 PM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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We like to used diced onions mixed with the meat along other seasonings. Also use 85/15 burger meat, keeps it from drying out. rifle

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#6394811 - 08/04/16 02:40 PM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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Lowry's, pepper, and a little garlic powder.

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#6394848 - 08/04/16 03:14 PM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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I buy the quarter pounder 85-15 frozen patties, thaw one, salt, pepper, and put on the gas grill. I flip it and top with a slice of pepper jack cheese. Meanwhile, I pan fry a frozen hash brown patty, then brown my bun in the same pan.
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#6394895 - 08/04/16 04:05 PM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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Meat (I also make bacon burger 75/25 to 80/20 mix - bacon ran through smokehouse first), minced onion, minced garlic, black pepper, a little cumen, some Tony's, and Worchestershire. Mix. Make big fat patties (no less than 1/2 lb no more than 1 lb), cook on mesquite coals and melt on 2 slices of pepper jack cheese. Butter buns or Texas Toast, toast on the grill. Side of country fries, sweet potato fries, chips, or mustard potato salad with a fresh jalapeno. Cold Shiner to wash it down. Fill in the cracks with some BB Buttered Pecan ice cream. food This diet (I just started) is gonna be hard. bang
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#6395069 - 08/04/16 06:11 PM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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I had mine tonight.

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#6397530 - 08/07/16 08:38 AM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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Try a juicy Lucy basically two thin patties with cheese between them and then pinched together on the edges. I like salt and pepper but Montreal seasoning make a pretty good burger seasoning

Try adding some jalepeno slices or mushrooms in between the patties. food
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#6397546 - 08/07/16 08:57 AM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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I do the onion soup mix as well but also been soaking a piece of bread or two in milk, then mix into the meat along with a tablespoon of ketchup.. Sounds odd I know, but they turn out real moist..

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#6397759 - 08/07/16 11:41 AM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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None of you Yankees mentioned Hatch green chilies. The shame.
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#6398629 - 08/08/16 08:19 AM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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ZK-315 & I (and son in law) tried the beer can stuffed burgers ... I might have a new favorite! Form HB 85-15 into a ball, press beer (or DP, coke, etc.) can down into the center forming indention, press HB meat up the sides to form a bowl. Wrap with a couple pieces of raw bacon, remove can and set in fridge or freezer while preparing center mixture (this stiffens up the HB/bacon to hold shape). Mix shredded sharp cheddar, Monterrey Jack and cream cheese in approximately equal proportions, mix in seasonings (black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, whatever spices you like, etc.), chopped jalapenos, onions, mushrooms, etc. Remove HB/bacon wrapped from fridge and glob a heaping tablespoon of the cheese mixture into the hollow middle, put in pit (or gas grill) away from direct heat (bacon grease causes flare ups) and cook until the bacon is to the texture you prefer.
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#6398739 - 08/08/16 09:48 AM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: blazin]
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Oh c'mon, PMK. Pics, pics.
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#6399007 - 08/08/16 01:13 PM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: Cast]
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Originally Posted By: Cast
None of you Yankees mentioned Hatch green chilies. The shame.


Exactly where I was going, roast, skin, roast more, chop...

Also, McCormicks makes a seasoning for burgers, with worchestershire in it, that you mix in with the meat, it's very good
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#6399101 - 08/08/16 02:34 PM Re: Grilled Burger recipes [Re: PMK]
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Originally Posted By: PMK
ZK-315 & I (and son in law) tried the beer can stuffed burgers ... I might have a new favorite! Form HB 85-15 into a ball, press beer (or DP, coke, etc.) can down into the center forming indention, press HB meat up the sides to form a bowl. Wrap with a couple pieces of raw bacon, remove can and set in fridge or freezer while preparing center mixture (this stiffens up the HB/bacon to hold shape). Mix shredded sharp cheddar, Monterrey Jack and cream cheese in approximately equal proportions, mix in seasonings (black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, whatever spices you like, etc.), chopped jalapenos, onions, mushrooms, etc. Remove HB/bacon wrapped from fridge and glob a heaping tablespoon of the cheese mixture into the hollow middle, put in pit (or gas grill) away from direct heat (bacon grease causes flare ups) and cook until the bacon is to the texture you prefer.


You forgot about us adding the bacon wrapped onion rings to it....

To top the burgers off, we made onion rings...only without the batter. Take the onion ring slices, and wrap in bacon and throw on the grill until bacon is fully cooked. We added a little sweet bbq sauce to them for the last 5 minutes or so they were on the grill, but still taste great without.

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