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Very moist-interesting flavor-stuck to the grill a little more than most but that was because of the cheese. I did actually soften onions before-as I am not a big onion fan and I did add a dash of A-1 Steak Sauce. Should have chopped the onions finer but great flavor. Likely to make again.
These were good and easy to make. I doubled the recipe and froze the mixture. I pulled them out and cooked them on the stove (it was too cold to grill). These were good and everyone enjoyed them. I guess I make bigger burgers because with doubling the recipe I only got 10 burgers.
I made this recipe but substituted a combo of onion salt and onion powder for the onion (because my kids don't like onion) and used cheddar jack cheese (because that's what I had on hand). It was very delicious. The burgers were very juicy with a hint of cheese melted in them. I will make it again. My daughter didn't think it tasted any different from my regular burgers but I could tell the difference in the juiciness and even a slight hint of cheese taste and she ate over half of her burger this time which is unusual for her.
Not bad... I added a little Steak Seasoning Spice to give it extra flavor. I had problems with the patties falling apart and the cheese popping at me in the frying pan. Otherwise these were very tasty!
These burgers were good. My husband and I both enjoyed them and will probably try them again. I added a little chili powder to the meat mix just to add a little spice. Next try I may add some red pepper flakes. Thanks for the recipe.
Indeed these were very moist burgers. I didn't use any egg. I used onion powder because I don't like crunchy onions. The cheese gave the meat an odd texture too soft or something. We didn't care for the texture much it seemed a bit fall-aparty in a meatloafy way but the flavor was fine. Nothing special though.