The ‘Sunday’ Burger

A recipe was passed on that is a big hit in our house. I like to call it the ‘Sunday’ burger. Here’s how it works:

Ingredients:
1 lb of Extra Lean ground beef
1 Onion (either Vidalia or Yellow) – I also like to add onion powder for extra flavor
1 cup Italian Breadcrumbs
1 Egg
Cheese (usually Swiss or extra-sharp cheddar)
Onion Rolls
*Whatever vegatables you like – lettuce, tomatoes, pickles…
To prepare:
Chop four 1/4″ full onion slices – not too small, but not too big.
Add the hamburger, 1 cup of the breadcrumbs, the chopped onion, and an egg into a mixing bowl.
Mix it well (use your hands…). The mixture will make three normal or two large burgers.

Cooking:
Grill at 350 degrees for about twenty minutes, flipping once every five minutes.

Garnish with cheese and whatever condiments you like – ketchup, mustard, mayo, lettuce, tomato, pickles… some baked beans, and a ‘heady’ beer… and enjoy!

This is a great alternative to the everyday burger. It has a more ‘mature’ taste, so I encourage all to give it a try.

*Couple of things:
1. These were made on Saturday (in the middle of some serious SEC Football action), so pardon the appearance.
2. Again with the Saturday thing – please pardon the dishes as well.
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5 Comments

  1. Silk Regimental
    09/19/2010 / 10:57 PM

    You are pardoned!

    Great looking burgers – seems easy to make as well.

    SR

  2. Curious George
    09/20/2010 / 2:59 AM

    What does one do with the remaining 1/2 cup of breadcrumbs?

  3. JRS
    09/20/2010 / 9:00 AM

    Thanks George – corrected.

  4. David
    09/20/2010 / 7:23 PM

    Ahh, I miss yuengling. That burger is making me hungry.

  5. Anonymous
    09/21/2010 / 1:26 AM

    Looks delish.

    LBF

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