|by Louise Pickford|
A homemade burger is a sumptuous feast, an explosion of flavors - a real treat for the tastebuds.
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Combine all ingredients ... in center. Thicker burgers will take longer ... 173.7mg phosphorus, 329.8IU Vitamin A, 2.7mcg Vitamin B12, 14.5mg Vitamin C.
Brown beef with ... on cheese. Mexican Burger Cups: Use 1/2 ... chipotle pepper may be added when browning the ground beef. Bake at 400°F for 10-12 minutes.
In a large ... remaining ingredients. Broil burgers over low, glowing ... 123.2mg calcium, 356.9IU Vitamin A, 3.6mg Vitamin C, 1.7iu Vitamin D, 2.4mg iron.
Combine ground beef, salt and pepper. Shape into 12 thin patties. Brown chopped onion lightly in butter, add horseradish, mustard and salt. Spread ...
Cover bottom of ... seasoned raw venison burger. Layer green beans on top. Pour soup ... top. Top soup with bread crumbs. Bake at 425°F for 45 minutes.
Mix burger, soup mix, ... burger to cook all the way through without over cooking the outside. Top with cheese and your choice of condiments. . Mitchell
Mix brown sugar ... center of the burgers a little thinner ... skillet or Foreman Grill), build them in the following manner for best flavor mixture: Enjoy!
To make any ... aside. To make burgers: Mash sweet ... serve: Split biscuits horizontally and make sandwiches with burgers. Serve dips or mayo for dipping.
Prepare ground beef ... the grill While burgers are grilling, cut ... condiments are needed because of the flavor of the mushrooms and cheese together.
These adorable mini-burgers are infused with ... Carbohydrate 43g; Fiber 3g; Protein 17g; Vitamin A 140%DV; Vitamin C 15%DV; Calcium 4%DV; Iron 15%DV *Daily Value
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