I made a mistake and think that is why they were dry. I cut the recipe in half but added extra beer to marinade the patties. I think this added moisture may have had the effect of drying the burgers as they cooked. I loved the caraway flavour.I served them on Winnipeg Rye Bre3ad with marble cheese, tomato & sweet Onion toppings
I followed the recipe exactly, cutting it in 1/3 to make 2 burgers. I used an Oatmeal Stout beer (enjoying the rest while it marinated). Then I grilled the meat on the outdoor BBQ after 3 hours of marinating. The burgers tasted great and were very moist. I liked the onion flavor too...and I think that helped with the moistness. I was surprised that I didn't really taste the caraway seed or beer, so maybe increasing the caraway or using a plainer bun would make it pop more (I used a pretzel bun with a strong flavor). I'll try it again as we head into grilling season with a plain bun as this really does make a good burger.
This is a really moist and flavorful burger. Grilled it on my stove-top cast iron grill pan. We all enjoyed it and it will be placed on my do-again list. Love the aioli! Thanks Luvcookn for sharing. Made it for Billboard tag.
An easy 5 stars dienia, wow was this burger good, one of the best I've had in a long time. I used ground sirloin, maple bacon and cherry tomatoes, it was what I had on hand. Otherwise made exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. Everything was so good and balanced. I even made your Angry Whopper Sauce, couldn't imagine this delicious burger without it. Kudos on making it into my Best of Cookbook for 2018 with this treat. Made for Best of 2017, as recommended by Teresa and Lazyme.
This is a super burger! The sauce is just right with enough heat to make it interesting but won't take your head off. I omitted the bacon and used cheddar instead of Pepper Jack. Loved the sauce & the Burger
We always use turkey to make our burgers, the ranch and smoked paprika really make these shine. This is one of those recipes where there is room to increase pretty much any of the ingredients in/on the burgers based on your personal preferences.
I really enjoyed this burger.......except that mine was mile-high by the time I added all of the goodies. lol. I also made your Angry Whopper Sauce and it was a great addition. Thanks for sharing, Dee.
Made these yummy burgers today for our lunch. They were a great game day burger for sure. I used black beans that I cooked in the pressure cooker and drained really well. I had to add about 1/2 cup more panko to get them to hold together - probably due to my beans. They turned out crispy on the outside and nice and moist on the inside -- which DH prefers to store-bought BB burgers. The spicy aioli was a nice addition and we topped the burgers with guacamole vs. arugala. Definitely a make-again burger.
These were hearty burgers! I shaped the mixture into three larger burgers so it was very filling! We liked the flavor and the heartiness. I appreciated that there were mushrooms hidden inside (my husband wouldn't intentionally eat them). I'll try your barbecue sauce idea next time. Thank you!
This is a healthy burger with the low meat high veggie content. I love apple with pork. I cut the recipe in half and got 3 large patties. Used wonderful yellow tomatoes - they are so sweet. For an additional topping I used slices of fresh apple. I liked the burger but felt it needed something to spark it up like perhaps a bit of chili or cajun spice. I pan fried some onions to have on the side. I will make it again adding some spice.
Delicious! These are very similar to the German hamburgers I make...I served them with noodles and green beans...I have plenty left so for lunch they will be served on a bun...Made for "Pick Me" tag game...