“ What could be better than grilling juicy burgers on the grill during the summer? Nothing! It’s time to fill up the propane tanks and load up the freezer with some ground meats. Try our savory, sweet burger that will be sure to leave you drooling for the next cookout!”
- 1 pound 86% Beef, Ground Sirloin or Ground Turkey
- 1 Egg
- 1 Teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
- 1 Onion (small) Finely Grated
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon Ground Black Pepper
- 1 teaspoon of Honey
- 1/2 Head of Iceberg Lettuce
- 1 Tablespoon of Sweet, Spicy-Sweet, or Hot-Sweet Relish
- 1 Red Tomato, sliced
- Your choice of cheese, sliced
- 1 Onion, sliced
- Yellow Mustard, add as needed
- First turn on your grill and make sure it’s on medium to high heat.
- In a bowl gather your ground meat and throw in your egg and honey and mix together well with your hands.
- Next you will gently form your meat into even balls that are similar in size to a tennis ball. Make sure not to squeeze the meat too much since we don’t want to lose any of the juices.
- Once you have each patty made you will then slightly flatten them, which will now resemble your typical burger patty.
- In order to not get the “smooshing” of your spatula on your patty during grilling we will make an indention in the center of each patty. Take your thumb and gently press into the center of the patties, make sure not to overdue it.
- Now onto the seasoning. Take your ground black pepper and Kosher salt and sprinkle over each patty as evenly as possible. Once the dry seasoning is on we will apply the Worcestershire sauce. You can pour it into each little crater that you made in the patty or over the entire surface (your choice).
- Time for the magic to happen! Slap each patty onto the hottest part of the grill. This will sear the surface to lock in all the juices. Make sure to track what time you put the patties on the grill.
- We will be cooking the first side to 5-6 minutes (each grill is different so use your best judgement). In order to know when to flip your patties you will wait until the juices start rising through the top.
- Now flip and cook for another 3-4 minutes. Again this is all judged on what your grill is like. You should also use an instant-read thermometer and make sure the center of the patties is at 160 degrees. This would also be the time to put on your cheese while the patties are pretty warm.
- Take the patties off the grill and let rest for about 5 minutes. During this time you could put the buns on the grill to get the edges crispy.
- Top your burger off with lettuce, mustard, a choice of our three relishes, and whatever else you feel is necessary to satisfy your appetite!