This is a simple to execute
hamburger recipe. The end result
is a juicy, full flavored burger
that folks who are tired of the
plain old cheese burgers will
Let's get to cooking...
Chop 1/3 cup red onion. Finely
chop 1 Tbsp. of fresh rosemary.
De-seed and chop one Anaheim
pepper. Coarsely chop 8 oz.
of Baby Bella Crimini Mushrooms.
Melt 1/2 stick butter in a large
skillet over medium high heat.
Add the red onion and Anaheim
peppers. Sautee for about 1 1/2
minutes then add the mushrooms.
Shake on some coarse ground
black pepper to taste. Continue
to sauté until the pepper become
translucent. Add 1 Tbsp. minced
garlic and 1 Tbsp. chopped
rosemary. Stir this in and cook
for another minute. Remove from
heat and set aside.
Place 4 eggs in a medium mixing
bowl. Next add
1/2 Cup Reduced Sodium Worcestershire
1 Tbsp. Chili Powder
1 Tbsp. Onion Powder
1 Tsp. Coarse Ground Black
Thoroughly mix the ingredients.
Place 6 lbs. of 80/20 ground
beef in a large mixing bowl.
I like to poke holes all over
the ground beef using my fingers
to allow the liquids to get down
into the meat. It makes for
easier and more thorough mixing. Pour
the egg mixture into the holes
and over the meat. Thoroughly
mix the liquid into the meat.
Next dump in the cubed sharp
cheddar cheese and thoroughly
thoroughly mix this into the
Now it's time to pre heat your
cooker to 230 degrees
fehrienhight. In this recipe
video cooked on my Yoder
YS640 using Alder pellets.
It's time to make the patties.
There are no rules here. Make
them round, square thin or
thick. Form them the way you
Once the burgers are formed and
they have rested for 45 minutes.
them into your pre-heated cooker and allow
them to slow cook until the
internal temperature reached 160
degrees. IF you wish to add
cheese you should do so when the
internal temp reaches 158
Once your burgers are done you
may start the build process.
Again you are building these to
your liking. I went with mayo,
onion, red romaine lettuce and
some Long Horn BBQ sauce.
That's it folks. As I stated
it's a super easy recipe with a
big return on flavor.
I hope you all enjoy this burger
recipe as much as I did.