Monday, August 17, 2009

Angus Burger

We don't splurge often but this last time when we went grocery shopping Larry spotted some Angus Burger. I was reluctant to get it as it was $7.99 for a 2lb box of 6 patties. But I gave in.
He fixed up a couple for supper last night on George. They cooked up nicely, kept their shape and didn't cook up smaller but they did seem to have quite a bit of grease.
These ones he picked out had cheese and bacon bits already in them.
I have to say they did taste pretty good. But in my opinion not worth the price. But then again I am a cheapskate.

I prefer to mix a 3 part meat mixture for my hamburgers. I use hamb., sausage and ground turkey, then add any spices I see in my kitchen. If I have a hankering I will add a mixture of BBQ sauce, soy sauce, mustard, ketchup and brown sugar to the mix for an added flavor. These freeze well also.
Then make it into a cheeseburger after cooked.
This is what I made when Mar and Bernie were here and Bernie went back for seconds. So I am guessing it must of been palatable.


Jerry and Suzy said...

Yummm! Sounds great. We so seldom make burgers at home that you made my mouth water! We'll just have to try your program, and we can also cook on George, our lean, mean fat-reducing machine!

Christina said...

We use George for everything. We don't have his newer one with the interchangeable plates but do love the way it does our food. We even do fish sticks on it. Thought about doing french toast the other night on it. Do know that hash browns turn out nice on it. Fish turns out good on it too.