Whether you are grilling or frying, the added flavor of onion and garlic seasoning will make your hamburgers taste better than ever!
Things You'll Need
- hamburger patties
- minced garlic
- chicken broth
- ground black pepper
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Before grilling your hamburgers: (for 4 to 6 patties) Pour into a frying pan, 3/4 cup chicken broth; add 2 tablespoons minced garlic, 1/2 cup chopped onion and a dash of black pepper. Cook over medium heat until onions are tender. Remove from heat and place ingredients into a square baking dish or cake pan. Lay the uncooked hamburger patties in dish. Place in refrigerator for an hour, turning the patties after 1/2 hour, then grill the hamburger patties, discarding the onion/broth mixture.
Before frying your hamburgers: (less chicken broth for this method) Pour into a frying pan, 1/8 cup chicken broth; add 2 tablespoons minced garlic, 1/2 cup chopped onion and a dash of black pepper. Place the hamburger patties in the frying pan and fry until patties are done. Because the meat was cooked along with the ingredients, use the onion as a topping.
Grilling or frying, these hamburgers are delicious! If you are a cheese lover, try adding a small amount of bleu cheese on top of the burger and a slice of muenster cheese just a couple of minutes before removing from the grill or frying pan.