Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Nutter Burgs

We made some really great burgers tonight, so before I forget what we did, I decided I needed to blog about it! We made 6 big burgers from this recipe. So adjust the recipe for what you are making.

2 lbs ground beef
1 egg
1 tablespoon Worcester
a few drops of Tabasco
salt and pepper
BBQ Sauce (Penguin Ed's Mild is AMAZING with this!! You can buy it here:
OR you can buy it in Fayetteville, AR-- if you go to the restaurant, order some fried pickles!)

Flatten the ground beef out so that you maximize the surface area. Add your raw egg, Worcester, Tabasco, Salt and Pepper on top of the ground beef. Then get your hands dirty and mix it all together until it is well dispersed. Your meat will be pretty wet at this point. Spread out your meat once again and spread a layer of breadcrumbs on top of the meat. You will want to use enough to absorb some of the moisture, but you don't want to dry it out. Again, mix it all together with your hands. Break into pieces and form your burgers. The egg will add a lot of stability to the meat and the burgers won't break or fall apart when you are grilling.

As you are grilling the burgers, pour the BBQ sauce over the patties. Once they are done the burgers should have a thin layer of sauce, but not overwhelming. Add cheese to these suckers, dress them up as you like and enjoy. Delicious!!

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