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"I came across this recipe years ago and have used it ever since. I make a double batch and store it in tight-sealing canning jars."
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ground black pepper
ground white pepper
1 1/2 teaspoons
The original recipe submitted said about a teaspoon per pound of meat. Mix the seasoning into the mix before forming the patties. The amount listed is supposed to make 24 patties, but it depends on the size of the patties that you make.
I have one big problem with this recipe, and that is the recipe writer gives no idea at all on how much to use. And, unfortunately, it’s not something that you can taste-check before you cook the ground beef. I know everybody’s tastes differ, but there should be a recommended “starting point.” I added 2 tsp to 1 lb of ground beef for grilled burgers and thought it tasted pretty good, but my husband said he could barely tell the difference. Not sure I’ll be mixing it up again.
I added some to the beef before cooking, not knowing how it would be. I was afraid it might be too spicy. I also added some once my burger was cooked. It added a nice flavor to the meat everyone gave it thumbs up!
I tried this on my new husband and he didn't like it. So I changed the celery salt to celery flakes and dropped the salt. I let everyone salt there own burger's now.And use 2 T. of mix for 1 pound of meat, beef or chicken.
I will definitely use this recipe again. It made delicious burgers. I had 2 minor problems with this recipe; 1.) The recipe doesn't entail how much of this recipe to use per pounds of meat. It doesn't say if you are to simply season the top of the meat or mix it into the meat. Generally, 1/4 lb of meat is the typical size for a meat patty. So I changed the serving size to 4 on here. Then mixed it a lb of meat. 2.) It was a little too salty for my taste. Next time, I will substitute regular salt for the kosher salt. If it's still too salty, I will drop the salt altogether and only use the celery salt.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hamburger Seasoning Mix
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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