Garlic burger

Garlic burger

Date: July 15th, 2011

Recipe:

  • 0.5 lb ground beef
  • 1 clove garlic, diced
  • seasoned salt
  • crushed red pepper
  • dry cheddar cheese

Fire up your grill, while grill is heating work some seasoned salt and the garlic into the ground beef and form a patty. Top with a dusting of red pepper. Cook burger to your liking (I do around 4 minutes per side at high heat) putting the cheese on at the end to let it melt a bit.

With garlic in the middle of the burger you run the risk of some not-fully-cooked garlic, which will be strong tasting. Just sayin’

Time to table: 10 minutes prep, 10 minutes cooking time

Servings:1 adult

Ben: Love

Notes: I made this for lunch today while it was pouring rain, so I had to don my ski jacket to keep from getting soaked. The photos don’t capture how awesome this burger smelled, and it tasted just as awesome. This meal also serves as a good use case for having a charcoal grill AND a gas grill. If I didn’t have the gas grill, I would have broiled the burger, no time for charcoal on a workday.

Garlic burger

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One Response to Garlic burger

  1. Janelle says:

    I am pretty sure that Scott is going to want to make this. I bet it pairs well with beer.

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