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Bam


Bam
 
Home Town: California, USA
Living In: California, USA
Member Since: Dec. 2011
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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Juiciest Hamburgers Ever
I didn't cook this on the grill but instead cooked them in the skillet following the directions from Aaron's MIssouri Burger's recipe. I modified the recipe a bit based on available items. I used a Cajun spice instead of cayenne pepper. I also added a chopped Thai chili. We didn't have Worcestershire sauce, so I used A-1 Steak Sauce. The bread crumbs came from whole grain bread and added 1 beaten egg. I substituted milk for evaporated milk. Then I toasted the buns in the oven at 350. I sliced onions and provided fresh lettuce leaves, along with the usual condiments, including mayo, mustard, and ketchup. We didn't have swiss cheese, so I topped each burger with a slice of pepper jack cheese (after I had removed them from the skillet). The timing was perfect for a well done burger (20 min. and I flipped them only once). They turned out like gourmet burgers. We usually go to Fuddruckers for those. If you need to cook at home and have hamburger meat you want to use up, use this recipe. I also used a hamburger press, so they were well formed and delicious.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 5, 2013
Aaron's Missouri Burger
I combined this with the Juiciest Hamburgers Ever recipe and therefore modified it. I replaced garlic powder with garlic and omitted salt, replacing it with a Cajun spice. Instead of crushed red pepper, I used a chopped Thai chili. Rather than brown sugar and honey mustard, I used 1 tbsp steak sauce (the other recipe called for Worcestershire sauce, which we didn't have, either). The other recipe called for bread crumbs, so I used whole grain bread and added 1 beaten egg. Then I toasted the buns in the oven at 350. I sliced onions instead of using onion powder and provided condiments, including mayo, mustard, and ketchup. We didn't have swiss cheese, so I topped each burger with a slice of pepper jack cheese. The timing was perfect for a well done burger, which is why I needed this recipe (instead of the other one, which called for cooking it on the grill). I flipped them only once. They turned out like gourmet burgers.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 5, 2013
 
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