|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 ... 12 balls. Press to flatten. Extras may ... paper and frozen. Broil for 6 minutes ... in center. Thicker burgers will take longer ... B12, 14.5mg Vitamin C.
Mix first 8 ... under the broiler. Broil until meat is ... browned, about 10 to 12 minutes. Broil ... is a good way to use up buns that have gotten dry.
Combine crumbs, egg ... melted butter and oven-broiled, 3-4 inches from heat. Serve in toasted whole wheat buns with extra chili sauce. Yields 5 burgers.
Combine ground beef, ... unheated broiler pan. Broil 3 inches from heat to desired doneness, turning ... bun with alfalfa sprouts and favorite toppings.
Cut buns in half and spread with meat. Brush with butter. Broil 5 to 7 inches from heat until cooked through.
Combine crumbs, egg ... minutes on each side or until golden brown. Patties may also be brushed with melted butter and oven broiled, 3" to 4" from heat.
Using meat grinder, grind ingredients. Add salad dressing. Spread evenly over 1/2 hamburger bun. Broil for 2-3 minutes.
Mix and spread to edge of hamburger buns (8 buns), 16 halves. Lay halves meat side up on cookie sheet. Broil a few minutes until brown.
1. For each ... Top with Velveeta slice. 3. To form face: Use olive slice for eyes and pimento for nose and mouth. 4. Broil until Velveeta begins to melt.
Heat skillet to medium heat. Combine ... remaining butter and broil for a few ... few minutes, then top with spinach/lettuce, and salt/pepper to taste.
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