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Old 06-13-2009, 03:58 PM #22
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-Kosher or sea salt or seasoning salt
-black pepper
-worchester(sp?) sauce
-garlic
-usually some onions
-BUTTER (this is the most important ingredient! let the amount of butter you're going to use get near room temperature and then knead it in with the other ingredients)

Thats how I do it.
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Old 06-13-2009, 04:23 PM #23
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so today i stuffed a meat patty with provolone cheese, pepper, and franks red hot.
was epic. very ****ing epic
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Old 06-14-2009, 01:57 AM #24
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I like to get the ground beef...make sure it's all thawed and such...set it on a plate (whole pound of meat) and form a depression in the center of the patty.

Then, in the patty I put...(in order of amounts)

GOOD AMOUNT:
- Salt
- Black Pepper
- White Pepper
- Greek Seasoning
- Granulated Garlic

SOME:
- Worstershire Sauce
- Dark Soy Sauce
- Crushed Red Pepper
- Cayenne
- BBQ Sauce Powder

LITTLE:
- Lemon Pepper
- Rosemary
- Oregano
- Chili Powder

I then fold over the meat and work all of these ingredients into the meat...and I divide it into 4 patties (1/4 lbs patties) and you do not grill them - pan cook them over medium to medium low heat. Spray the pan with pam (not the olive junk or any other variation) just the original kind. And then only flip the burgers once...only slide em in place a bit and squish them down so they don't turn into balls and so they cook in their own fat/juices. Flip them in place once the brown reaches over half way up the middle of the side of the patty. Place some cheese immediatly onto the patties - pepper jack or swiss are the best for it in my opinion and the peoples I've given these to. Cover it with a lid for a bit in the end and wait until the cheese is nice and melted and then a bit more and everything should be cooked all the way through.

Enjoy extremely juicy, spicy, and sweet savory burgers!
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Old 06-14-2009, 03:21 AM #25
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Old 06-15-2009, 05:30 PM #26
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I like to get the ground beef...make sure it's all thawed and such...set it on a plate (whole pound of meat) and form a depression in the center of the patty.

Then, in the patty I put...(in order of amounts)

GOOD AMOUNT:
- Salt
- Black Pepper
- White Pepper
- Greek Seasoning
- Granulated Garlic

SOME:
- Worstershire Sauce
- Dark Soy Sauce
- Crushed Red Pepper
- Cayenne
- BBQ Sauce Powder

LITTLE:
- Lemon Pepper
- Rosemary
- Oregano
- Chili Powder

I then fold over the meat and work all of these ingredients into the meat...and I divide it into 4 patties (1/4 lbs patties) and you do not grill them - pan cook them over medium to medium low heat. Spray the pan with pam (not the olive junk or any other variation) just the original kind. And then only flip the burgers once...only slide em in place a bit and squish them down so they don't turn into balls and so they cook in their own fat/juices. Flip them in place once the brown reaches over half way up the middle of the side of the patty. Place some cheese immediatly onto the patties - pepper jack or swiss are the best for it in my opinion and the peoples I've given these to. Cover it with a lid for a bit in the end and wait until the cheese is nice and melted and then a bit more and everything should be cooked all the way through.

Enjoy extremely juicy, spicy, and sweet savory burgers!
what the **** kind of burger are you making? jesus christ this is such a stupid recipe.
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Old 06-15-2009, 09:14 PM #27
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its stupid because why? is something different than the norm stupid?

you sir, are an ignorant bastard
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Old 06-15-2009, 09:17 PM #28
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its stupid because why? is something different than the norm stupid?

you sir, are an ignorant bastard
its a disgusting combination of ingredients. it looks like he literally blindfolded himself and grabbed the most random **** possible from the pantry and threw it in.
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Old 06-15-2009, 10:22 PM #29
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whats so disgusting about it? its mostly subtle flavors with the idea of heat in mind.. i dont see how it's so differernt than any other burger recipe..

btw.. from what ive been reading online Chuck steak is largley considered the best ground beef cut to use for burgers, will probably be going to buy a large roast this weekend and have it ground up
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Old 06-16-2009, 12:10 AM #30
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Try making the following:
Glaze:
3/4 cup Zinfandel
3/4 cup wine vinegar (follow the wine... either red or white)
1 cup honey
3 chipotle chiles in adobo sauce, minced (believe it or not these are in almost any supermarket)
1 tsp kosher salt

Combine all the ingredients above in a saucepan and simmer down until reduced by about half. Brush onto the burgers whilst they are on the grill.

For the Burgers:
1.5 lbs Ground Chuck
1.5 lbs Ground Sirloin
Kosher Salt
Carribean Jerk seasoning

Combine all of the burger ingredients together in a bowl and make into patties... now grill as normal.

Should make around 4-6 burgers depending on how big you want them.
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Old 06-16-2009, 12:23 AM #31
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Ground beef, season salt, minced onion (alot), anything else you like. Top it off with a1 sauce ketchup mustard pickle onion cheese.
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Old 06-16-2009, 03:04 PM #32
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whats so disgusting about it? its mostly subtle flavors with the idea of heat in mind.. i dont see how it's so differernt than any other burger recipe..
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Old 06-16-2009, 05:08 PM #33
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^ do you even know how to use a BBQ?
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Old 06-16-2009, 06:02 PM #34
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^ do you even know how to use a BBQ?
you mean a grill? you grill burgers, you barbecue pork shoulder, brisket, ribs, etc.
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Old 06-16-2009, 06:11 PM #35
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you mean a grill? you grill burgers, you barbecue pork shoulder, brisket, ribs, etc.
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Old 06-16-2009, 06:41 PM #36
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take two burger patties and put any kind of cheese you want on one (in the center of the patty) and then top it with the other patty and press down all the edges. Grill that **** up and you be in heaven!!
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Old 06-17-2009, 01:07 AM #37
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Old 06-17-2009, 09:21 AM #38
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I like to get the ground beef...make sure it's all thawed and such...set it on a plate (whole pound of meat) and form a depression in the center of the patty.

Then, in the patty I put...(in order of amounts)

GOOD AMOUNT:
- Salt
- Black Pepper
- White Pepper
- Greek Seasoning
- Granulated Garlic

SOME:
- Worstershire Sauce
- Dark Soy Sauce
- Crushed Red Pepper
- Cayenne
- BBQ Sauce Powder

LITTLE:
- Lemon Pepper
- Rosemary
- Oregano
- Chili Powder

I then fold over the meat and work all of these ingredients into the meat...and I divide it into 4 patties (1/4 lbs patties) and you do not grill them - pan cook them over medium to medium low heat. Spray the pan with pam (not the olive junk or any other variation) just the original kind. And then only flip the burgers once...only slide em in place a bit and squish them down so they don't turn into balls and so they cook in their own fat/juices. Flip them in place once the brown reaches over half way up the middle of the side of the patty. Place some cheese immediatly onto the patties - pepper jack or swiss are the best for it in my opinion and the peoples I've given these to. Cover it with a lid for a bit in the end and wait until the cheese is nice and melted and then a bit more and everything should be cooked all the way through.

Enjoy extremely juicy, spicy, and sweet savory burgers!
bahahahahaha
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Old 06-17-2009, 01:46 PM #39
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Try this guys, it is really really surprisingly good:

Ground beef (lean is fine but not too lean you need some fat)
1 bottle marinated artichoke hearts drained and then chopped roughly
1 can halved black olives drained then haled again roughly
salt/ pepper

Mix all together then pattied and grilled. Simple and very very good. The juices from the olive and artichoke stay with the burger and add moistness and flavor that is not too overpowering but matches perfectly with the grilled meat.
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instead of trying different beef burger recipes try using different meats. turkey burgers are ****ing awesome. you could also try making a tuna burger or a crab burger. buy some ground lamb or ask your butcher to grind some lamb up for you and make a greek/mediterranean burger.
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instead of trying different beef burger recipes try using different meats. turkey burgers are ****ing awesome. you could also try making a tuna burger or a crab burger. buy some ground lamb or ask your butcher to grind some lamb up for you and make a greek/mediterranean burger.
Indeed, in fact the above makes the turkey burger nice and moist.
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