For you guys who like to grill, this one is for you. This is so easy and so simple. If you are a hamburger lover, like my family and I are, you will love this.
-Just my opinion but why the need for some cooks to be judgmental and downright critical of a recipe? Perhaps the simplicity and the Blue Ribbon wrankle some people? If that is the case then chalk it up to pure pettiness.
Sometimes, simple is best and if this recipe is good enough to be awarded a Blue Ribbon then why judge and pick it apart? Write to the Kitchen Crew to explain your feelings. No need to skewer the recipe and the cook.
It is also rude and uncalled for to tell the cook what they should have done or relate how much better your recipe is. By all means, post your recipe and if it wins a Blue, we will congratulate you.
If you have not actually made the recipe, you
can keep your suggestions about how you would do it better to yourself. Or, post your recipe. Just saying.
Let’s show the respect that we would like to receive to our fellow cooks.
Cook time: 10 Min Prep time: 10 Min
2 lb ground chuck
1 c water
1 Tbsp McCormick Montreal Steak Seasoning
salt and pepper, to taste
1. Mix the ingredients in a large mixing bowl and form your burgers. I like to make 3 burgers per pound. I figure 1/2 cup of water per pound of ground beef. Adjust your seasoning for the number of burgers.
2. For best results, cook your burgers on an outdoor gas or charcoal grill. Cook until medium.
3. Just add your buns, favorite toppings and you are set.
4. Sometimes I leave the steak seasoning out and just go with the salt and pepper. The secret to the juiciest burger is the water.
Last Step: Don’t forget to share!