This was a very impromptu for a meal, I don’t know what to even tell you. Well, yes I do. My lemon pepper chicken kind of went down hill fast, and so I went to burgers, since I had the buns, cheese, ground beef and other condiments. So here’s how we landed up with this meal.
This is very simple, and very much up to you, and your (and your family’s) taste, which is half the onion complex (some people can’t stand onions, which is okay).
So, depending on how many mouths you’re feeding, and how hungry they are, plus any sides you’re pairing with this, do either a half pound or quarter pound of meat to person.
-proportionate ground beef, turkey, chicken, or vegan substitute.
-cheese ratio to how many burgers you’re making (or substitute)
–Jack Daniels beef rub
-a tad of worchestchire sauce
-an egg per pound, or pound and a quarter
-a little bit of breadcrumbs
-condiments like mayo, mustard, ketchup, lettuce/spinach, tomatoes, more onion
As you can see, I don’t do well on measuring things, when I wing it. That’s where it should be, in a sense. You should learn your (and your family’s) tastes, and know how to follow the guidelines, as well as taking a recipe, and adding your own flare, to what I did with this, and having something go wrong, and going with the flow, what was in my cabinet.
To make this the easiest thing ever, mix everything together except the cheese and buns, and condiments. Grill, bake, broil, or stovetop cook it to desire. Top your buns with the condiments you want, and cheese, and you’re good to go. Serve with whatever (or don’t!)
What’s your favorite type of burger? Leave a comment below!