I know the post for the day was supposed to be the Red Velvet Cake, however, I seem to have forgotten my notes at home on what the recipe calls for... But don't be sad because I do have another to post.
Last night we had Jason's cousin Allen over for dinner and I made what Jason has started to refer to as "the best burgers ever, dude" Hahaha so I thought I will share this one for now and we will do Red Velvet tomorrow ( can you wait that long Ang? haha) I know it is not a sweet or a dessert but I would like to be able to touch on all the sinfully delicious recipes that we all have to share! This is a combination of how we used to make our burgers and ideas I have had or read about combined into what I thought was a good mix.
Harris St Burgers
2lb lean hamburger meat
2 or 3 Tb spoons of Ketchup
1 to 1 1/2 teaspoons Worcestershire Sauce
1 to 1 1/2 Tb spoons McCormick's Grill Creations- Montreal Steak
Finely chopped onions
A lot of these ingredients I just eye ball so if you think it needs more or less or something just add it in there. Do not feel tied down by the recipe.
Beat the egg in a bowl and add the ketchup, Worcestershire sauce and McCormick's.
I just toss in the onions until it looks like enough to me. Crumble in the meat and mix together. I use my hands since you will go from that step to forming patties. If you think it needs more onions I would add them in at this point.
Once you get them all formed into patties you want to fillet the top layer and slide in a slice of butter...
Then fold the hamburger meat back over and seal shut so there is no way to see the butter in the patty.
Once this is done you are ready to head to the grill. I turn it on low to medium on all burners and leave it closed till it reaches 400 to 500 degrees. Put the patties on the grill and shut the lid for 5 minutes. Then open the lid flip the patties and shut the lid for an additional 4 minutes
After the 4 minutes open the grill and place the cheese on patties then close lid for 1 minute.
After the cheese is melted pull the patties off and serve. This method will make them brown all the way through but they will not be over done or dried out at all.
Serve with your favorite side dishes and ENJOY!!
I hope you guys are able to make these and test them out!! It is a true winner at our house. As you can see from the photo we got some huge tomatoes this week so one slice is bigger then the meat patty itself. Sorry it was not the cake but that will be posted tomorrow...
Hope you all have a wonderful day!! And feel free to let me know anything you might like to be made over the weekend... I am thinking homemade cinnamon rolls or something... What do you think??