Saturday, November 13, 2010

Really Juicy Hamburger Recipe

I picked up this recipe from Food Network's website. I don't really care to watch anything with Paula Deen in it (although I do like her use of butter), but this was the best hamburger I've ever made.


1.5 pounds ground beef, 80% lean
1/2 cup cold water
Salt and Pepper

Mix everything together. Form into hamburgers with a hamburger press. Cook 8 to 10 minutes per side for medium-well done. The water makes them stay extremely juicy.

My one modification to this is that instead of just putting water in, I first mixed the water with a brown gravy mix for extra flavor.

1 comment:

  1. Try adding in Bulgogi sauce instead of the water.. fantastic. Bulgogi sauce can be found in Asian supermarkets. It's a Korean BBQ sauce. The brand I bought had two varieties and reading the ingredients one had red chili, one did not. So you can make your burgers spicy or not.