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I love rosemary, but 2T sounds like a lot for 1 lb of beef. I’m interested in hearing from anyone who used that amount: was it okay or overwhelming? Would you use less the next time?
When you are making that burger I would grind up the rosemary in a spice grinder. It’ll flavor the meat better.
Great idea Mark, thanks!
had this today for lunch… was great! though I may add an egg next time per Brian… to hold the meat together.
I made these two nights ago and was delighted with the rosemary flavor in the burgers (used regular beef). Rosemary is one of my favorite herbs and I had never thought about it going in my burgers. It probably will from now on. :)
A1 is like HP, should be a good substitute!
Jo…A1 is a steak sauce. In the store you would find it in the BBQ/steak sauce section.
What is A1 sauce? If you couldnt find it, what would you use as an alternative? Cheers.
Sounds awesome. When I make burgers I like to add Thousand Islands sauce, Red onion, and pickles, along with the rest of the stuff on this recipe.
Thousand Island sounds great, when I was a kid at Girl Scout camp we used to marinate kebabs in Thousand Island dressing before grilling them
This sounds great…another suggestion that is easy and tastes wonderful is to mix up a package of onion soup mix in with the ground beef with some worcestershire sauce and a tad of (low-sodium) soy sauce. Just make sure it’s all mixed in with the beef (I have even made turkey burgers this way), and feel free to add a helping of any fresh herbs to give a little flair to it as well. Then just smoke it a bit during grilling with some extra splashes of worcestershire sauce.
I made this tonight – I cut the rosemary down and added some parsley (I have no idea if that made any difference or not), but I liked this. I made it low-carb, so I cooked them up, added low-carb ketchup, and a slice of tomato (no bun). It was a quick and easy dinner, with some leftover for tomorrow’s lunch.
This recipe sounds delicious! I’m going to make these burgers tonight for some friends. I like to add an egg into the hamburger mix – it holds the meat together well. Thanks for the recipe!
Just as an interesting addition. When you mix the meat try a bit of Sambal Chili sauce. You can find it at most asian markets. Does wonders for adding a spicy flavor :-)