Thursday, September 4, 2014

take my word for it wednesday.. you must try this biscuit burger.. plus a burger round up..

 
labor day weekend was phenomenal.. for the first time in a long time both my kids were able to go to the lake!! so that was special! one of the nights we had a bbq and we grilled burgers.. uncle paul made thin patties cooked them on the grill and then encouraged everyone to pile them high.. one of the boys piled his 4 high!! it was a site to be hold!! i opted for 2 and i used a jalapeno~cheesey biscuit i bought as my bun!! talk about amazing! these burgers rocked!
 
were gearing up for another big party! pete is turning 50.. i can't wait so check back over the next several weeks for some projects we having going for that party!! plus the fun menu!
 

biscuit burger

prep time: 10 minutes
cooking time: 8-10 minutes
servings: 8-10 {depending on how high you stack'em}

ingredients:

3 lbs. fresh ground beef {80/20}
garlic salt and pepper

condiments:

lettuce
tomato, sliced thin
onion, sliced thin
burger sauce {recipe to follow)
buttery cheesy biscuit {or any bun that you enjoy}

directions:

divide meat into equal portions, liberally sprinkle with garlic salt and pepper.. one at a time flatten each out with the palm of your hand kinda spreading the meat out you want them pretty thin *but not to thin* and the size of whatever bun  your using.. heat your grill to medium high.. add your burgers.. watch them because they are thin.  cook one side until slightly crispy about 4 minutes.. then flip and cook other side another 4-5 minutes.. remove from grill and cover with foil while you get everything else ready.. toast your buns then add as many patties as your little heart desires to each bun and top with your favorite toppings and serve immediately..



burger sauce
prep time: 3 minutes
cooking time: -0-
 
ingredients:
 
1/2 cup mayo
1/4 cup ketchup
1 tbls. buttermilk
1/2 tbls. garlic powder
1/2 tbls. smoky paprika
1 tsp. tobasco
2 tsp. fresh ground black pepper
 
directions:
 
whisk everything together.. cover and put in fridge for about an hour before use.. best results let it sit over night.. it's amazing on fries too :)
 
below are a few of my favorite burgers!!


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
enjoy and get cook'n {burgers!}

No comments:

Post a Comment