Grilled Burgers

     My husband and I love to grill out most of the year, unless it’s snowing. One of our favorite meals is hamburgers and grilled corn. I usually have a veggie burger, but Frank loves a good hamburger. After trying many different hamburger recipes and using many different seasonings, we both agree that simple is better. This recipe gives the meat a lot of addition flavors without covering up the flavor of the beef itself. We like to top ours with a slice of cheese, a leaf of lettuce, and put it on a bun with some A1. It’s simple, it’s easy, and it’s good.

Hamburgers on the Grill

1 pound Laura’s lean ground beef
2 t. Montreal steak seasoning
2 t. A1 steak sauce
1 t. Worcestershire sauce
3 hamburger buns
Cheese, lettuce, A1 to top the hamburger

1. In a bowl mix the beef, steak seasoning, A1, and Worcestershire sauce until well blended.
2. Divide the beef into 3 one-third pound burger patties.

3. Place on a hot grill and cook 3-4 minutes each side or until they are cooked through.  Top with cheese if desired and cook an additional 2 minutes.  Serve on a toasted hamburger bun.

Note:  To make into sliders, simply patty the hamburger meat into 1-2 inch round burgers and grill for several minutes on each side.  Be careful not to overcook the burgers.
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Comments

  1. I use Montreal Steak Seasoning in my burgers too, but I’ve not put Worcestershire sauce in them before. I’ll have to give that a try!

  2. this sounds pretty awesome:) i love grilled burgers, thanks for sharing this.

  3. mmm..burgers. That sounds SO good right now. I think I need to go eat. TFS!

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