I give these about 4.5 stars. At first bite they were kind of a mix between a hamburger and meatloaf. However, they tasted much more like a burger once on a hamburger bun with condiments. They were just very moist, but that is not bad. I made 1/2 recipe and got 6 burgers. Chopping the onion and saltines was very quick, as I just did them each in my Vitamix blender. My egg was kind of small, so I ended up adding a spoon of olive oil to help with the binding. I bought the hamburger at Trader Joes and typically I get their leanest which is 96/4. They only had 90/10 and it worked fine. Probably helped with them not being too dry. I lined a large baking sheet with foil and sprayed it with PAM and just broiled the burgers. They took about 15 minutes in the middle of the oven on high. As I thought they were going to only taste like meatloaf, I ended up brushing the tops with chili sauce when they were done. I used toasted whole wheat seeded hamburger buns, I usually use for turkey burger and that worked good too. I was short on vegetables except for leafy lettuce, so we used a variety of condiments mayo, ketchup, Dijon, and relish. I liked that I finally stretched a 1 lb pack of meat from 4 burgers to 6!
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I give these about 4.5 stars. At first bite they were kind of a mix between a hamburger and...