Recipe by big surprise
"For a little added burger excitement, this sauce goes great with any of your favorites!"
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red wine vinegar
sweet pickle relish
chopped fresh parsley
green onions, chopped
hard-cooked eggs, peeled and chopped
salt and pepper to taste
Worcestershire sauce to taste
UPDATE: I made several burgers sauces and we held a taste test, this rated high but came in a close second to another. Overall this is an excellent sauce! ORIGINAL: My son loved this on his cheeseburger. He said, "wow mom you made sandwich spread!" Not quite, but good enough to get a repeat around here. My DH said he'd prefer this on hot dogs rather than his burger and has requested me to make it the next time we serve hot dogs. There were comments made that it was a little sweet. This made a lot, so the next time I will make only half as much, and I'd suggest that half of this will feed a family of five easily. I used sweet relish, maybe dill relish would be a nice change and fix the "good but kind of sweet" comment I got on mine?
Very good with a nice zing to it. I have tried this on burgers and with fries but it is excellent mixed in meatloaf. This has enough flavor you can use low-fat mayo and not miss the additional fat at all.
This burger sauce is delicious! I'm finally getting around to reviewing, I have made this several times. I used regular dill pickle relish and also sweet relish, both worked great, but if you're looking for a less sweet flavor, definitely use regular relish. Don't be discouraged about the egg in this, it adds such a wonderful flavor. This is a great dip for thick fries too! Thanks for sharing, I will continue to use this often!
I made a low-fat version of this by omitting the eggs and using FF Mayo. It tasted wonderful as a dressing for turkey burgers.
It was a nice change on the burgers, almost like Jack in the Box's old sauce they used to use on Jumbo Jack's. I'd use a little less relish, so it doesn't over power the taste, but all in all, it's simple and tasty.
This was excellent. Everything worked so well in this recipe. My son was skeptical when I put the eggs and onions in it. But he was willing to try it and loved it. It was easy to make, easy pleasing tasty concoction. They ate half this batch on their burgers and asked if there was going to be burgers left over for the next dinner and if there was enough...wow. yummy! I don't normally keep sweet relish on hand, and thought I bought some and didn't ...I used the dill relish instead. Which was still great.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Better Burger Sauce
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 104
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