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 a 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.