Friday, May 24, 2019

Backyard Burgers

This is great for the grill or anytime.

I've use lean ground beef but you can use what ground meat you like. 

I also use gouda cheese which is the only thing I had around.  

But you can also use what cheese you like too.

 1 lb lean ground beef (ground round)
1/4 tsp each: salt, pepper (adjust to taste)
1 T. Worchestshire sauce (adjust to taste)
1/2 - 1 tsp each dried parsley, granulated garlic (adjust to taste)
pinch each: crushed red pepper flakes,  turmeric (optional)
2  - 4  T. oil
4 slices gouda cheese

Fixings

4 lettuce leaves
1 onion sliced
1 tomato sliced
Mustard
1 jar sliced dill pickles
Ketchup
1 c. mushrooms sliced
4 hamburger buns 

In a bowl combine meat, salt, pepper, Worcestershire sauce, parsley, garlic, turmeric.  

Mix ingredients together with clean hands. 

Form beef into 4 patties, set aside.

Peel, rinse and slice onions, set aside.

Rinse, slice tomato and mushrooms, set aside.

Rinse and pat dry lettuce, set aside.

Heat grill pan over medium high heat.

Reduce heat to medium, add some of the oil.

Add burgers and cook on 1 side for 6 - 10 min or until done.

Flip burgers over and repeat cooking process until done. 

If desired, during the last minute of cooking, place a slice of cheese on top of the burgers to melt.

Remove burgers from grill and let rest on a clean plate for a few minutes.

Brush some of the oil onto hamburger buns. 

Place buns face down on the grill to warm, if desired.

While burgers are resting, add more oil to pan if needed.

Add onions and mushrooms. Cook for 5 - 7 min.

If doing this on an outdoor grill, place a skillet on the grill to cook onions and mushrooms.

To serve:

Place a burger on bun, top with some of the onions and mushrooms if desired.

Top with your favorite fixings.

Serves 4.

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