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Hamburgers

RickCRickC Posts: 15
edited 1:51PM in EggHead Forum
What's the best recipie and method for doing Burgers on the BGE?

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  • Rick C,
    Did 5 last night. I heated the egg up to approx 550, threw some Jack Daniels smoke chips in with the lump, then put the burgers on..... dunno how terribly smart that was b/c I was getting some pretty wicked grease flairs, but they sure tasted good. If I remember correctly, I think I had them on for around 3-4 minutes per side.
    -Joel

  • haywyrehaywyre Posts: 165
    Rick C,
    Here is what I did on the last batch ( Its a mix of recipes I have found here). Comes out great. I took two pounds of ground beef. Use meat with the most fat content. mix in about half a cup of Lee & Perrins steak sauce. I then shreded chedder cheese and mixed in as well. Next I added 1 egg. ( It holds the meat together better). I let them sit for about 20 min. I fired up the egg to about 700. (Great sear) Cook them for a 3/3/4. My wife states that the cheese mixed in makes it moist.

  • MopMop Posts: 496
    Rick C, if you are not eating burgers Al La BBQFAN then you may as well eat crow![p]Mop
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