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Old 03-06-2007, 01:58 AM   #1
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How about everybody post their favorite burger recipes. I get bored of have the same one everytime

1lb Ground beef of preference (I like sirloin)
1 clove garlic, minced
1 Tablespoon finely shredded horseradish
Grill (charcoal, dammit, charcoal)

Saute up an onion, red pepper and some mushrooms
top it all with some provolone

Enjoy

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Old 03-06-2007, 02:00 AM   #2
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1# g.beef
1 c hatch green chile
1 c blue cheese

mix together, grill smother with mushrooms

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Old 03-06-2007, 02:46 AM   #3
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If I'm going to eat cooked meat, it's going to be a steak. If I'm eating ground beef, it's going to be raw. I hate overcooked meat... anything beyond medium rare is pretty gross, imo. And any ground beef which isn't fresh has to be cooked to reduce the bacteria count. That's the problem with pre-ground beef. The frinding process exposes more of the meat to the air and it will mix contaminants evenly throughout the meat whereas, with a steak, any contaminant will most just stay on the surface. So preground meat is bad for eating rare, so I don't bother. But anyway, since we're talking about patties of raw beef, here's my recipe. It's definitely my favoite...


A pound of sirloin
1 raw egg
some Maggi sauce
a touch of pepper and salt.

Run this through the meat grinder twice, then put it on little pieces of bread and serve with capers and onions on top with some parsely for garnish. Please note that my omission of any suggestion of using heat in the production of this dish is deliberate. Heat is meant for keeping warm, not for eating meat.


Just make sure you've got good beef. If you value your intestines, you can NOT use preground meat. It's a breeding ground for bacteria.

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Old 03-06-2007, 03:02 AM   #4
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You have not had burgers, till you go to the grocery store and pick up a nice brisket flat. Take it to the counter and have the butcher run it through the grinder TWICE.

Then add it to the rest of your recipes. Ground Brisket Flats with a 1/8 inch fat cap make AWESOME burgers.

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Can't easily beat good corn-fed black angus. That's what I use for my burgers, and damn is it tasty.

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Old 03-06-2007, 03:35 AM   #6
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Actually I can't eat red meat and I miss it this all sounds too good.

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You have not had burgers, till you go to the grocery store and pick up a nice brisket flat. Take it to the counter and have the butcher run it through the grinder TWICE.

Then add it to the rest of your recipes. Ground Brisket Flats with a 1/8 inch fat cap make AWESOME burgers.
Wow, that sounds really good Ed. How do you season it up, or is it pretty forgiving with just about anything you normally do?

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1 lb ground venison
1 lb ground pork tenderloin
Garlic and onion to taste
Worcestershire sauce
Lots of Johnny's Season Salt
top with swiss cheese

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1-2 kilos of ground beef (2-4 lbs)
1 cup of chopped onion
1-2 eggs
bread crumbs
Wostershire sauce 1-2 tbs
Tomato Sauce 1-2 tbs
BBQ sauce 1-2 tbs

Combine the beef and eggs and all the sauces, then combine with hands. Add bread crumbs untill it has a smooth consistancy. It needs to be beef like ed said which started with a nice amount of fat It makes a GREAT burger. Top with cheese and mushrooms and grilled onion.

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Wow, that sounds really good Ed. How do you season it up, or is it pretty forgiving with just about anything you normally do?
I like to drizzle a little soy sauce and sprinkle some Montreal Steak Seasoning on each side. When you make your patties, make and indentation in the middle as it will puff up when you cook it.

Serve on a fresh Kaiser Roll with a big slice of Red Onion or Vidalia Onion.

Hmmm. Good!
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