Best. Burger. Ever.

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Test it out Tuesday – I almost feel like I should apologise for sharing yet another of The Pioneer Woman’s most recent cook book – The Pioneer Woman Cooks – Food from my Frontier. But, I’m enjoying it so much that . . . well, I don’t really want to. I hope your enjoying it as much as I am 🙂

Ok, so . . . confession time . . .

please don’t think less of me but . . .

I’m not much of a burger fan.

Not usually anyway.

My husband on the other hand . . . loves to get his burger on.

Poor guy, because I’m not a huge fan I don’t think to make them very often.

Until now!

These burgers . . .

AH-MAZING!

P-Dub, girlfriend you have done it again 🙂

I feel like I say that all the time.

But guys . . . these burgers!

So simple, so scrumptious, so  . . . to. Die. For.

They are slightly smoky, seriously juicy . . . the perfect base to build your burger dream!

Honestly, I didn’t think a burger without any onion or garlic in the meat patty itself could possibly hold much flavour, boy was I wrong!

Seriously, so, so wrong.

Don’t be like me . . .

These burgers are everything a good burger should be.

Packed with flavour, enough to hold their own. But subtle enough to go with all the delicious toppings you want . . . yes all of them 🙂

Top these babies with whatever your little heart desires . . .

This time I went with good ol’ faithful – avocado, tomato, lettuce, ketchup and mustard.

MmmMMMMm sooooooo good!

Now its your turn,

It’s time to get your burger on!

Best. Burger. Ever

AKA – His/Her Burgers slightly adapted from The Pioneer Woman Cooks – Food from my Frontier
Makes 8-10 servings

Ingredients –

2 lbs (900g) Ground beef (I used extra lean beef mince)
1 tsp salt flakes
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/3 cup heavy cream (I used Chobani 0% plain greek yoghurt instead)
5 dashes Worcestershire sauce
Tabasco sauce to taste

To Serve –

8-10 Burger buns
Lettuce
Tomato
Avocado
Cheese
Bacon
Mushroom
Onion
Ketchup
Mustard
Chipotle Mayo
Pesto
Jalapeno

Method –

1 – In a medium bowl add meat, salt and pepper.

2 – Add cream (Chobani/yoghurt if your following me :)) Worcestershire sauce and tabasco. Mix until well combined.

3 – Form into 8-10 patties.

4 – Grill over medium-high heat until no  longer pink in the middle.

5 – Build burgers . . . .yes build! Its quite a delicious project 🙂

What’s on your dream burger?

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Nutritional Info approx per serve (burger patty only) obtained using fatsecret.com

Cal – 128
Fat – 4g
Carbs – 1g
Protein – 19g
Fiber – 0g

12 Comments on Best. Burger. Ever.

  1. Claudine B.
    November 11, 2012 at 11:35 pm (7 years ago)

    ground beef mice? typo but ewww….lol
    Can’t wait to try these though…Imma use real cow beef in mine though. lol

    Reply
    • Emma
      November 12, 2012 at 3:00 am (7 years ago)

      Oh dear thats awkward!!! I have looked at this recipe so many times and never noticed that typo haha not once!

      Yes lets use real cow beef not beef mice 😉

      Reply

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