Looking for the perfect grilled hamburger recipe? These grilled burgers are packed with flavor and seasoned to perfection. For a tasty twist on the all-American classic, add an upgrade to the average burger recipe by mixing ground beef with chopped onion, Lawry's® Season... Looking for the perfect grilled hamburger recipe? These grilled burgers are packed with flavor and seasoned to perfection. For a tasty twist on the all-American classic, add an upgrade to the average burger recipe by mixing ground beef with chopped onion, Lawry's® Seasoned Salt, garlic powder, black pepper and French's® Classic Worcestershire Sauce, shaping into the desired size, then broiling or grilling until cooked through. This easy hamburger recipe takes less than 15 minutes and is by far one of the best burger recipes out there. Ideal for parties, serve these burgers with a variety of toppings like cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise for an ultimate in grilling masterpiece. For a complete meal, complement these burgers with Sweet Hickory BBQ Baked Beans, Chili & Lime Grilled Corn and add a sweet topping like Grilled Pineapple BBQ Sauce.
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- 1 Mix ground beef, onion, seasoned salt, garlic powder, pepper and Worcestershire sauce in large bowl. Shape into 4 patties.
- 2 Broil or grill over medium heat 4 to 6 minutes per side or until burgers are cooked through (internal temperature of 160°F). Toast rolls on the grill, open-side down, about 30 seconds.
- 3 Serve burgers on toasted rolls with desired toppings and condiments.
Recipe Tips & FAQ's
What to add to hamburgers before grilling?Seasoned Salt or regular salt and pepper, Worcestershire Sauce and garlic or onion powder are staple seasonings for burgers. Really any combo of seasoning works, it just depends on your taste. You can try OLD BAY Seasoning or Grill Mates Montreal Steak for a quick fix, as well as other bold seasoning blends. If you're making burgers with beef, go for bolder blends. For chicken or turkey, milder blends with some added smoke or sweetness go a long way, such as Grill Mates Smoky Applewood or Brown Sugar Bourbon Seasoning. You can also mix in grated onion or some ketchup and mustard with the meat for more juicy and flavorful burgers.
When should you season burgers/should you mix seasoning into burgers?If you're cooking or grilling your burgers right away, it's perfectly fine to season the meat when shaping the patties. However, if you're going to prep the meat ahead of time, its better to hold off on the seasoning until you're ready to cook so that salt doesn't pull moisture out of the meat. To season pre-shaped patties, try topical seasoning with salt and pepper, or your favorite blend. You can also use a coarse ground salt and pepper blend to create a crust on the outside of the burger before grilling.
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