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Post by NorCal Kid » Tue Sep 18, 2012 17:53

BIG Burger fan here, as well as the rest of the family.
I tend to make HUGE patties that dwarf the buns; cooked with a good outer crust and slight pink in the middle. usually ground chuck seasoned only with kosher salt & fresh, coarse-ground black tellicherry pepper. that's it.

Although this recipe looks more 'meat-loaf'-like :wink: or "processed" than the burger "purist" in me prefers, but I am intrigued and willing to give it a try.

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Post by IdaKraut » Tue Sep 18, 2012 23:20

Kevin,

This recipe does NOT have the beefy flavor of ground chuck. You may want to use all beef or possibly add some beef flavoring.
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Post by Baconologist » Tue Sep 18, 2012 23:40

NorCal Kid wrote:BIG Burger fan here, as well as the rest of the family.
I tend to make HUGE patties that dwarf the buns; cooked with a good outer crust and slight pink in the middle. usually ground chuck seasoned only with kosher salt & fresh, coarse-ground black tellicherry pepper. that's it.

Although this recipe looks more 'meat-loaf'-like :wink: or "processed" than the burger "purist" in me prefers, but I am intrigued and willing to give it a try.

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Now that's a REAL hamburger!!!!
I love them with just salt and pepper too!!!
Good beef doesn't need anything else!
Godspeed!

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Post by w1sby » Wed Sep 19, 2012 01:56

The last burgers I made were made with 2lbs ground chuck roast, 2lbs ground pork loin, and 2lbs ground lamb. Only the lamb was prepackaged. I used some spices etc. So juicy, and so tasty.

This by the way is the same mix I use for meatloaf, just different spices, and filler.

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spicy burgers

Post by Marlon5 » Wed Oct 17, 2012 15:03

I have a wanting to create a delicious hamburger this evening for meal and would like to know any excellent dishes. I have used some sweet peppers but i want to known some others kind of delicious recipes of hum burgers. if you know please tell me.thanks..
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Re: spicy burgers

Post by snagman » Thu Oct 18, 2012 01:12

Marlon5 wrote:I have a wanting to create a delicious hamburger this evening for meal and would like to know any excellent dishes. I have used some sweet peppers but i want to known some others kind of delicious recipes of hum burgers. if you know please tell me.thanks..
Adding flavours like Worcestershire sauce, tomato sauce, fresh garlic and a little marjoram will lift a burger to new heights Marlon5, of course plenty of bacon, caramelised onion.
Now I am hungry....
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Post by ssorllih » Thu Oct 18, 2012 02:06

Stan Marianski states early in his book Quality Production of meats and sausage that any sausage recipe not stuffed but made as a patty and fried can be a sandwich burger. I have tried this and it can be used as a starting point for making new and different burgers.
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