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Great Made at Home Burger Patties

Burger Patties

Home made burger patties for me are the best way two have the best bar-b-que at home.  The more you venture out into creating for signature dishes, finding that special flavor that the whole family remembers and ask for takes a little bit of adventure.  Made at home burger patties are a great place to start on that venture.  Like most people I started out with plain beef patties from the frozen section of the freezer section in the grocery store.  As time passed on I needed patties that I could do more to other then putting seasoning salts and pepper on as they were cooking.

Serves One each

Made at Home Burger Patties

30 minPrep Time

30 minTotal Time

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  • 2 lb lean ground beef
  • 1 egg
  • 1 pk French onion soup mix
  • 1 dash Worcestershire Sauce
  • ½ teaspoon yellow mustard
  • Salt
  • Pepper


Mix the ingredients all together and let them rest for an hour

Divide into four equal amounts; roll each one in to a ball. Flatten and shape in to a round patty. I use a ring to form mine.

Crust freeze for 1 hour, Pop them on the grill when you’re ready.

Cuisine: Bar-B-Que |

The crust freezing help the patties keep there shape.

I don’t remember who turned me on to using a dry soup mix but that was a start.  Now I pay more attention to the different flavors that I get from different soups and dry marinades.  This is a key point, dry mixes.  If your meat mixture gets to wet thy do not hold there shape when your cooking them and you will end up with a mess on the grill.

Want to change it up?  Substitute the French soup with a Grill Mate marinade from McCormick, I like the chipotle pepper and the mesquite mixes the best when I am looking for a different flavor.

Three Great Marinates
Three Great Marinates







If your new to the grilling world there are two basic choices for grills; either a gas grill or charcoal.  Each has it advantages and a lot of people have both types.

Post Author: Bradly