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#10695260 - 03/14/15 12:35 PM Making Homemade Hamburgers
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I'm sure many of us have our own versions of the basic hamburger.

I generally take 1 and 1/2 pounds of 85/15 ground beef and mix in a half of a finely chopped onion, salt, pepper, garlic powder, and lea and perrins Worcestershire sauce.

Separate them into about 6 oz. patties and place them in the freezer for about 20 minutes. Then grill them. No measuring the seasonings, just eye-balling it.

What's your recipe?
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#10695538 - 03/14/15 04:20 PM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
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I'm a 80/20 guy like to use chopped hatch peppers granulated garlic salt and pep little red wine patty em up and grill. Here lately I like to fine dice mushroom and garlic and sauté and seal it between two smaller parties (kinda like a juicy Lucy) then grill them
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#10696772 - 03/15/15 10:17 AM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
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A throwback to the 70's. 2 pounds 70/30 ground chuck mixed with 2 packs of Lipton Onion Soup mix. Using 70/30 that'll make 4 burgers due to a little extra shrinkage (You've heard about shrinkage, right? lol), but the extra fat makes 'em sooo tasty. Top with the usual suspects, lettuce, tomatoes, onion slice, pickles, add a fried egg for a "hangover burger."
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#10698577 - 03/16/15 07:38 AM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Slow Drifter]
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Originally Posted By: Slow Drifter
A throwback to the 70's. 2 pounds 70/30 ground chuck mixed with 2 packs of Lipton Onion Soup mix. Using 70/30 that'll make 4 burgers due to a little extra shrinkage (You've heard about shrinkage, right? lol), but the extra fat makes 'em sooo tasty. Top with the usual suspects, lettuce, tomatoes, onion slice, pickles, add a fried egg for a "hangover burger."
Sounds real good

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#10709127 - 03/19/15 07:52 PM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
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Registered: 05/13/05
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Loc: DFW, Tx
If you make a dimple in the middle of each burger, they don't get super thick and shrink as much. Much more uniform in shape. I like the ground chuck with Lipton soup mix and a little Lea Perrins.

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#10710021 - 03/20/15 07:35 AM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
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Registered: 10/14/12
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Loc: bayou vista,tx
we like the onion soup thing also. i mix my burger meat 50/50 venison and brisket. leaner and less shrinkage.
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#10710293 - 03/20/15 08:50 AM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
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Registered: 11/16/09
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Just salt and pepper for me.. but, the easiest way to make a fantastic burger is to butter and grill your bun on a skillet. even hit the top and bottom outside on the skillet for a minute.
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#10711923 - 03/20/15 07:27 PM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
JimmyA Offline
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85/15 for me to, add chopped onion and a dash of worchestershire, make patties and dimple the middle. Heat grill. "I like charcoal" with hickory chunks or mesquite wood added. I cook them 7 mins per side. I salt with sea salt just prior to to placing on grill, pull and eat! YUMM, YUMM!
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#10718914 - 03/23/15 09:11 PM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
Jay In Somerville Offline
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Registered: 09/22/14
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Loc: Somerville Texas
Thanks yall, im now stuck at work hungry.. Come on 10pm!!!!!

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#10726694 - 03/26/15 06:21 PM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
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Loc: Centex
1 pound of hamburger, 1 packet onion soup, cook
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#10730589 - 03/28/15 08:22 PM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
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What ever is in sale, made into patties and cooked, not dried out charcoal, nice and juicy
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#10732680 - 03/29/15 10:35 PM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
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Registered: 08/20/11
Posts: 305
Loc: Lubbock, TX
I've always used salt, pepper, and Worcestershire sauce. Eyeballed. Cooked over a nice even bed of charcoal coals. Never heard of the onion soup thing, but gonna have to give that a try this week. Probably tomorrow now that I'm thinking of grilling burgers...
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#10732748 - 03/29/15 11:49 PM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
K.G Offline
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Registered: 05/06/08
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Ditto. Haven't tried Onion Soup mix but Gonna Give It A slinger
Most times I go with Green Chilies, Grilled Onions, Bacon, Cheese, Pickles and Mustard.


Edited by K.G (03/29/15 11:50 PM)
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#10733582 - 03/30/15 11:33 AM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
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We do the onion soup thing when we make meat loaf in the oven (well, it's actually ground venison loaf). Burgers get onion powder, granulated garlic, seasoned salt, ground pepper and make some Worcestshire . Hand formed patties (about 1/2 pound of 80/20), grill over lump charcoal and mesquite.

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#10734962 - 03/30/15 08:51 PM Re: Making Homemade Hamburgers [Re: scott01]
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Originally Posted By: scott01
We do the onion soup thing when we make meat loaf in the oven (well, it's actually ground venison loaf). Burgers get onion powder, granulated garlic, seasoned salt, ground pepper and make some Worcestshire . Hand formed patties (about 1/2 pound of 80/20), grill over lump charcoal and mesquite.


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