My husband does not cook, but he wooed me 30 years ago with these burgers that he claims he invented. I have tried them using other kinds of crumbs (e.g., rice krispie crumbs) and that works equally well. Recently I made these for my son, the gourmet cook, and he loved them. Very simple, but very good. - JoanG —JoanG
Test Kitchen Notes
This burger is delicious and very simple. These easy-to-find ingredients are a great way to give extra lean beef some much-needed flavor. The patties come together quickly and go well with any and all of your favorite toppings and garnishes -- the teens in the house each had two topped with cheese and loaded up with their favorite condiments, but the unadorned meat patty is moist and flavorful too. These burgers don’t need the smoky charred taste from grilling and it’s great to have a recipe for a burger that can be cooked in house year round. -- Angela @ the well worn apron —The Editors
Mix all ingredients together and shape into 6 small patties. Heat a cast iron skillet or grill pan until hot and cook the patties until they are done. This is not a burger you serve rare, it should be only pink inside.
I love food! I love to cook, eat, read about food, write about food, and enjoy meals with friends and family. I have been writing a food memoir for the past decade and am just about done! I epsecially love to create recipes using seasonal and local produce. I love to travel and wherever I go I shop at markets, cook, and try to take a cooking class.