Okay, so you must forgive me. This is my second post and I totally forgot to put the burgers on a pretty platter for the picture. Oh well, it is what it is.
So for this post I had some help in the kitchen, Mark decided to join me today. And by help I mean he likes to tell me what I’m doing wrong. Like I’ve never cooked before. But, I love him and enjoy his company so I bite my tongue, well as long as I can. Anyway, back to these burgers.
This is a John approved recipe. He named these my world famous burgers. No, they have not been approved in Europe, yet, but I’m sure even the French would love these burgers.
Okay, here is the cast of characters.
Yes, that’s it. It’s a simple 3 ingredient recipe. I would love to add onions and bell pepper, but these are John approved burgers, and John does not like that stuff. I must also take this moment to issue a warning. These are not healthy. They are full of sodium, but man they sure are good. Just moderate yourself. Trust me, they are worth it every now and then.
First, place the hamburger meat (I use Angus beef 80/20) in a large bowl.
Now, add Worcestershire Pub Seasoning to the bowl.
Next, add the Worcestershire sauce to the bowl.
Now, get ready to get your hands messy. That’s right, dig in and mix all that up.
Someone once told me (about 12 years ago) that hamburger meat is good for your skin. I think she was crazy but, hey, you never know. Okay your right, there is no way this is good for your skin. But I still think of her when I make burgers, so I just had to share that with you.
Anyway, next your going to patty those babies up and sprinkle even more Worcestershire sauce and seasoning on the burgers. Then let them sit while the grill is heating up.
This recipe makes 10 1/2 pound burgers about 1 inch thick. I could not fit them all on the pan, again, I’m not great a prep work. I just don’t think about some things. So, anyway, since there is only 4 of us and we love these burgers I always make extra to freeze. These freeze great and if the boys want a quick snack they just grab one out of the freezer and heat it up.
Once you have allowed your burgers to rest for a bit, something like 10 minutes. You can put them on the grill.
We grilled them for 12 minutes on each side. And then said supper’s ready and John came running. He does love these burgers.
Mom’s World Famous Burgers
5 lbs. Angus Beef Hamburger Meat (80/20)
2 TBSP. Worcestershire Pub Seasoning
1/2 cup Worcestershire Sauce
Mix worcestershire seasoning and sauce into meat.
Patty your burgers.
Place on the grill and cook. I prefer my burgers to be medium well.