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I am just wondering if anyone has a great recipie for BBQ burgers? I got a new BBQ from my husband for my birthday yesterday and I want to try it out tonight, and since the weather has been so nice I have been craving anything BBQ.
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I use Hidden Valley Ranch dip mix to season the ground beef. It’s yummy!
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@happyface: Those look really interesting. 🙂
@Mrs.DBee: I am going to have to find that, for some reason at the grocery store I have no idea where to find ranch dressing mix!
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WW burgers are so good and so easy! You just add chopped garlic to the meat and worchestershire sauce and fry the patties. They’re so juicy and delicious!
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I make an excellent turkey burger – add chopped green onions, chopped fresh herbs (any kind you like, but I like to use basil and/or mint), crumbled feta, salt and pepper, and a dash of cinnamon to your ground turkey then grill or cook in a pan. So delicious and barely needs any topping.
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OK I made these the other day and my burger fanatic husband said they’re the best burgers he had ever had! I used:
-1 lb organic ground beef
-1 raw egg
-a couple tablespoons of Worshteshire sauce
-a couple tablespoons of Heinz 51
-garlic powder to taste
-Johnny’s to taste
-pepper to taste.
Slap them together and throw them on the grill–they were to die for!
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When I ate meat, I put crackers in my burgers, not the salt ones you use in soups, but RITZ…. Gives it a different taste! (hope I don’t offend anyone… you crumble the crackers into little bits by putting them in a baggie and use a rolling pin to crush them)
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Here is what I add to my burgers: a little bit of beer (very flavorful beer works great, but I have used coors light before), garlic powder, onion powder or dry chopped onion, salt and pepper, and worchestire sauce. Very juicy!
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I am way late to this thread, but wanted to share mine (though it’s a little similar to vanilla44’s recipe).
I take ground beef, and add: Lipton’s Onion Soup/Dip mix (usually ~1/2-3/4 packet per pound of beef), and a few tablespoons each A1 and Worchestershire sauce, salt and pepper. So good, especially with a thick slice of good cheddar melted on top 🙂
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Not bbq but since I’m late for the thread, I had to share a burger recipe anyways. You HAVE to try this one day! Just sub the turkey for beef if you want. My hubby and I agreed that it’s the best hamburger we’ve ever tasted: