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Some of us just like to keep it plain and simple.
Originally posted by elevatedone
sometimes a slice of American Cheese.
You mix I package with about a pound and a half or two pounds depending on how spicy you like it, and an egg to bind it together.I cook them in the oven for about 20 minutes, then finish them up on the BBQ to insure even cooking.Pure heaven on a bun.I recommend Liptons soup mix.
Originally posted by Dr Love
AD, what do you do with the onion soup mix? Do you just mix it into the ground beef dry?
I've always wanted to try that.
Originally posted by intrepid
Yes to the garlic, egg, onion soup mix, red pepper. Add some green pepper, prepared mustard, oats(or crackers), some soy sauce. Grill using worsherstershire(sp) sauce.
Whatever condiments you like, pickles are essential, doesn't matter, Bread and Butter or Dill. AND, here's the kicker HP sauce. That would be A1 below the border.
Originally posted by Lysergic
triple meat, triple cheese, jalapenos, some pickles, and mustard.
Ostrich? Tell me you are joking!Where do you get that?!
Originally posted by MajorMalfunction
Mmmmm .... burger ....
Beef is good, ostrich is better.
Take a pound of ground ostrich. Add an egg, breadcrumbs (fresh is best, just IMO), one clove chopped garlic, 1/4 well-chopped onion, a dash of worcestershire sauce, pinch of ground Esprit du Sel salt, pinch of pepper.
Press out three to four patties, to save some for later, or share with friends.
Broil till medium, top with extra sharp cheddar, ketchup and Miracle Whip on a fresh Kaiser roll.