My best hamburger recipe is posted below. So easy to make, I'll show you the basic steps on how to make hamburgers.
Not only easy, but these taste like real German hamburgers.
Depending on which part of Germany you're from, these are either called Buletten or Frikadellen.
Usually, they are fried, however, they can be done on the BBQ, grilled, or broiled.
They'll taste a bit different, depending how you cook them, but to start with, they all use the same recipe.
This quick hamburger recipe uses one pound of ground beef.
You can easily double and triple the recipe.
Personally, I prefer using lean ground beef.
If you wish, you can use a regular grind and/or a mixture of beef, pork, or veal.
Don't overcook, or you'll have "Bremsklötze" (brake pads) ... German humor :)
Try either the traditional German Cold Potato Salad or the extra quick Easy Potato Salad that can be served hot, warm, or cold and is ready within 30 minutes to go along with this quick hamburger recipe.
You'll notice this is very similar to the Quick Meatloaf recipe, and that's because, when you have a great recipe, you try to make the most of it. In fact, I use the same recipe when making meatballs.
The picture shows these hamburgers being served with potato salad using both regular and sweet potatoes.
A real treat as well.
Check the hints at the bottom of the recipe for variations on this basic "how to cook hamburger" recipe.
Also check out Rich's techniques for making the best hamburger recipe for his "sweetie."
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