Our family loves eating homemade hamburgers – not only in summer, but all year round. For years, we’ve enjoyed a few recipes from Gina’s blog Home Joys, especially her Chili Burgers and BBQ Burgers.
Here’s a recipe I’ve been working on recently, a seasoned and savory burger. Our family loves it.
- 1 pound ground beef
- 1 egg
- 1/4 cup oats
- 1/4 cup barbecue sauce (We like Sweet Baby Ray's.)
- 1/4 cup Asiago cheese shaved or shredded
- 1 tsp seasoned salt
- 3/4 tsp dried oregano
- 1/4 tsp garlic salt
- 1/4 tsp black pepper
Mix all ingredients together with a fork or your hands.
Shape into six burger patties.
Fry in a lightly greased skillet over medium-high heat for a few minutes per side, until cooked through. (Can grill, if desired, but burgers should be frozen first to solidify.)
Serve on a bun with condiments and toppings.
This is a fun time of year to cook, with all the comfort foods back in season and so many warm and spiced flavors to enjoy. What are you cooking today?
I made BBQ ribs for the first time. I cooked them in my instant pot and then add the bbq sauce and broiled them. Need to worked on them some more, but they disappeared so I think they were mostly a success. ????
Gotta try this! I could eat a whole one right now! ????♀️
Makes me hungry, too! I’m going to be trying these! I cooked soup and cornbread muffins, breakfast casserole for tomorrow (like breakfast haystacks in a casserole dish, waiting to be heated and enjoyed) and homemade baked beans with sausage, bacon and carmelized onions.
Oh yeah, I made bagels, too 🙂
We had grilled Windsor loins, french fries, pork and beans, and lettuce salad tonight.
Yum! We had cheddar potato soup and dinner rolls. I love soup in the fall and winter.
Nothing yet today. . . But twice this week we have had venison stew. It’s just long simmered bone broth with meat, potatoes, carrots, and onions. Savory, rich and nourishing. Cornbread on the side. Mmmmmm
I made these burgers tonight and they were delicious! Thanks! I did use just regular co-jack cheese and added some chili powder. Made Japanese Chicken and Rice Pilaf for Sunday lunch, taco soup last night with Depression Pudding for dessert (I only made it because I love my hubby! it’s gross in my mind! 🙂 its basically a raisin cobbler of sorts ) and made Yorkshire Pizza lately too. Somehow we always need fresh ideas.
You guys are all making me hungry! Yum.
I had this burger a couple of days ago. It was great but I had to do a few substitutions because the place I was shopping didn’t have all your ingredients. So I went with two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun.
Thanks Shari. I’ll definitely try this one again.
Thank you, Mr. Ronald Alias M. ???? I can see how the beef would be a common denominator.