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These "Turtle Burgers" are just so very cute, creative, and fun that they definitely need to be shared with my entire ThriftyFun family and not just the recipe lovers! A little crispy and not too crunchy; just how a turtle should be ;-) Bon Appetit!
Source: I received this in an email from my friend, Solo, who was my most excellent mechanic for many years when I lived in Los Angeles.
By Deeli from Richland, WA
Mix the meat and the dry ingredients, then mix in the wet ones. Let the mixture sit for one hour. Make nice, fat patties, making a small depression in the middle of each with your thumb (this help keep them from puffing up).
On medium high heat, add the patties in and sear them for about 1 minute. Turn the heat down to medium, and fry for 4 minutes without disturbing. Turn the heat back up to medium high in the last 30 seconds, then flip the burgers. Sear for 1 minute, lower the heat, and cook 3 minutes, or until done.
Source: I don't remember where it was published, but I read an article with Ernest Hemingway's (then) wife (I don't remember which one). She said that this was one of his favorite recipes. I tried it, and I love it too. I don't even use any condiments on my burger, though sauteed mushrooms are really good with it.
By Free2B from North Royalton, OH
Great flavor, so good!
This seems like a lot of work for two burgers but they are yummy and you can make extra patties to freeze for future use. The avocado sauce and burger toppings are quick and easy to put together.
Saute the spinach in olive oil until it wilts. In a large bowl, mix the turkey/beef, spinach, lemon zest, garlic, salt and pepper.
In medium saucepan, over medium heat cook ground beef, minced onion and salt until ground beef is brown; drain fat. Stir in undiluted soup, cook until hot and bubbly about 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Here you will take your ingredients and stuff the bottom half of a seasoned burger and then add a patty to the top and pat together. Making a awesome stuffed patty. We seasoned the meat with our favorite seasoning. Browned some onions with butter and maple syrup. Yummy. Then you add your favorite cheese and top it off. Brown both sides in a frying pan and serve with your lettuce and ketchup if you choose. Here is my burger.
A favorite of my sister in-law. If you like the strong flavor of sauerkraut, you'll love these burgers!
Love the sauce this meat is cooked in. Good for topping when meat is cooked!
These are good on buns or separately on your plate with sauce over.
When cooking hamburgers from scratch, put a thin slice of cheese, onion, etc. in the middle of the burger instead of putting it on top and watch it cook. I think this is the best way to eat a cheeseburger.
I like the sweet, "Oriental" flavor of these burgers.
Extend your hamburger meat with a few additions for a deliciously seasoned patty.
A delicious artisan sandwich.
These make great burgers, especially because of the cheese.
Using the Wave oven, there isn't much to clean up after.
I used this recipe for cooking hundreds of burgers for my kids fund raisers, my church outings and my Civitan club events. Now, it being just me, I only need 4 at a time.
Brown meat; add all ingredients and put in crock pot. Let cook over low heat for 4-6 hours.