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"I liked the oregano. Just added something in the background. I doubled the recipe and deleted the tomato purée. Just added more ketchup to compensate. I would agree they were crumbly which made grilling a challenge. I think I'll add more bread crumbs next time and see what that does. "- Atlboo
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1.- Preheat a large skillet (or you can use a grill and reduce the calories content)
2.- Mix all first 12 ingredients in a bowl.
3,- Form 8 patties about 1 centimeter thick
4.- Add a little oil and fry the patties to your liking.
5.- Place the meat on the hamburger buns and serve warm with mayo if you want and lettuce and tomato.
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leespillman 1 year agoJust horrible. I tried two in the skillet, two in the George Forman, and two on the grill. All methods were fails. This recipe is bad and you should feel bad.
lisacrooke 1 year agoI thought this was a pretty good recipe that I would make again. I did not add the tomato puree, and I did not add green onions but chopped white onions as well as a teaspoon of cumin. My husband said they fell apart a bit on the grill so I will try making ahead next time. I would definitely make again.
Cpm20109 1 year agoGreat recipe. Better than the normal plain Jane, bland burger. I am going to try adding oatmeal to make it a little more firm. Otherwise a great recipe.
Chalant 1 year agoVery tasty- a nice cut above the average burger.
bombilla42 1 year agoWorst recipe for hamburgers ever. Terrible taste. Terrible texture. I was embarrassed to serve.
Ajrobertsx 1 year agoInteresting flavors, kids didn't like at all. Wife and I decided worth trying again. Left out green onion and tomato puree, had no problem staying together on grill.
matthewmm 1 year ago
Melaromatic 2 years agoThese burgers were definitely tasty, but they didn't hold together very well. At the suggestion of one of the other reviewers, I mixed the ingredients in the morning and then let the meat mixture sit in the refrigerator for several hours in the hopes it would give the patties more cohesion, but they fell apart pretty quickly after cooking. Nevertheless, my husband and I loved them, but my kids didn't like all the green onion bits.
belmaw 2 years agomade this tonight! family loved it!
Shay822 2 years agoThe best burger I ever made. I grated cheese and threw it in with the mix.. It turned out great.
lettheworldgoby 2 years agoBoth panfried and grilled, this is a great burger recipe.
Hambone21b 2 years agoSimply the best
Nick5454 2 years agoReally good. I really think there's a little too much cilantro and ounces. And maybe add more worcestershire sauce. Still I loved it. To stop it from crumbling I made small sized patties, buttered burgee buns and baked on 400. I waited til they patties were burned on bottom, flipped and held spatula against the weak side for 2 minutes. This makes them the perfect size for a burger and it falls apart in your mouth. I made 5 servings. Adjust to that. Needs a stronger BBQ type flavor and it would be perfect. I'll tweak and post. As for the trolling lady. They aren't as bad as you say. My son loved my tweaks.
magnus777 2 years agoGood taste but dry when I broiled them.
BigCook911 3 years agoHINT: make the burgers an hour or so ahead of time. It seems to firm them up, less crumbly and easier to grill with. Separate with wax paper. I also use a inexpensive patty press thing ($2.99) But wow, talk about flavor and for an age old food like burgers, it is impressive to improve on an old staple.
5112 3 years agoI also did not had breadcrumbs so I used about 1 teespoon full of oatmeal wich bind very well with the meat
Michelp 3 years agoPerfect recipe and easily done
Atlboo 3 years agoI liked the oregano. Just added something in the background. I doubled the recipe and deleted the tomato purée. Just added more ketchup to compensate. I would agree they were crumbly which made grilling a challenge. I think I'll add more bread crumbs next time and see what that does.
Sweethomeala 3 years agoI didn't add the tomato purée, which seemed weird. Otherwise I followed the recipe and it worked well. The burgers were a little crumbly but very tasty. :)
loveshort 3 years agoI'm sorry to say but this was horrible. My husband hated it & my son refused to eat it after one bite. I've cooked many other receipes from here & all have tasted delicious!!