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Not a horseradish fan, so I left it out. I left everything else exactly the same but I added an egg since one or two people said the burger fell apart while cooking. I also think a key to holding it together is keeping it cold until you are ready to cook it. It was really a good burger and moist too.
Very good! I also cook them in a black iron skillet in the stove.
I wish I could give this one 6 stars. Very well done. For my own personal taste, I will add more horeradish next time. The flavor really melded together well. I had no problem in the burger staying together. Also, I fried them on top of the stove and they turned out fantastic.
Update: Made these again last night and added 1/2 tsp of liquid smoke, 2 glugs of A1 and 1 T of the horseradish (DH said go ahead). Even DH could not taste the horseradish, so I'll definately add the whole 2 T next time. Man were these good! Original: These are gonna be so great at the lake this summer! Was so excited to try the horseradish, was going to make half without for DH and half with for me, & I forgot to add it to mine. They were still wonderful! Can't wait to make them again w/the horseradish.
i am a professional caterer by trade. i opted to cook some rice in beef stock and add the cooked rice to my mix. they were so flavorful, def one of my fav. red meat recipes!!!amazing burger!
Great burger! My husband loves bacon and cheddar so I had to give these a try. I cut the amount of horseradish in half because I was topping these with a horseradish sauce. I added 1/2 tsp. of liquid smoke and had no trouble with these holding together. I got three really nice patties. These were delicious on toasted rolls - YUM!
I made this for dinner tonight and my red meat loving husband said it was the best hamburger he's ever had! They were juicy with just a hint of bacon. I did add an egg, with splashes of wostershire, A1, and Liquid Smoke, with slice cheese on top. This is the ONLY hamburger recipe i'll use from now on!
My husband loves burgers, I'm not a huge fan, but we both loved these ones! I served this with additional extra sharp cheddar on top and didn't change anything in the recipe. The burgers were moist and very flavourful.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cheddar Bacon Hamburgers
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 215
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