Well seasoned, juicy burgers with a refreshing smoky flavor. This has been my favorite homemade burger for years. After eating one recently, decided to provide you with the recipe!
The inspiration for this recipe was my desire for a great tasting burger without garlic (fresh or powder). Nothing against garlic. I just wanted a different flavor.
So, I got busy in the kitchen adding a some simple ingredients which include Worcestershire sauce and liquid smoke (see recipe notes).
For a delicious weeknight meal, drizzle burgers with my homemade Smoky Sauce. Serve with Corn on the Cob.
Well seasoned, juicy burgers with a refreshing smoky flavor. Easy to make with a few ingredients. Recipe and photography by Beverly Davis for CornbreadMillionaire.com.
In medium sized bowl, combine all ingredients. Set aside.
Spray a grill pan or large frying pan with vegetable oil cooking spray. Or use a paper towel to grease with vegetable oil. Warm over low heat until hot (but not smoking).
While warming pan, prepare hamburgers. Scoop 1/4 cup (or more if preferred) of mixture. Roll into ball and flatten to desired thickness.
Placed in hot prepared pan. Cook 2-3 minutes on each side OR until insides are no longer red. Thin burgers cook faster than thick burgers.
Drain on paper towels. Serve warm or hot.
For this recipe, I used Wright's Liquid Smoke. This smoked seasoning contains water and natural hickory smoke concentrate. No preservatives. This is a friendly mention. Not a paid endorsement.
When my gorgeous grill pan arrived awhile back, I photographed it in the box. This excellent cookware provided by Lodge Manufacturing.