Total TimePrep: 25 min. Grill: 15 min.
I agree with "KathyCooks1943"Burgers are more "meatloaf" than burger. (3 star reason).Keep the burgers simple and it's a winner. BBQ sauce couldn't be easier, will definitely make again.
I've been making this every summer for our bbq parties - a huge hit with all ages.
Made this burger tonight, turned out very well! Very juicy, and flavorful. I don't love bbq sauce but I enjoyed this bbq sauce. Will be making again for sure, already have the recipe written down.
The BBQ sauce is very nice. However, I thought the hamburgers tasted like meatloaf. I do not like meatloaf. Hubby said they were "ok". Won't make again. Sorry. With all those 5 star reviews I thought I had a winner. Lost out on this one.
I made this recipe as directed except I threw a drizzle of siriracha into the barbecue sauce and it was too delicious then I thought the hamburger was lacking something so I threw a package of onion soup mix into it and made meatloaf out of it 'cause I was feeling kind of lazy Omgosh I will make this again and again yummy yummy yummy
Loved this recipe. Will be keeping this recipe for sure. The sauce was very tasty and the burger was nice and moist.
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We really love these burgers! They have so much flavor.
Outstanding! Really, these are seriously good! Best burger I've ever made. I used 1 lb of 85% grass fed ground beef and followed recipe as written. I happen to love BBQ burgers, but have never seen my partner eat one, so I was skeptical she'd like it. Thankfully, she loved it and said it was the best burger she's ever had...and we eat a lot of burgers! She didn't add extra sauce, but I did.The sauce is great...if you like Sweet Baby Ray's, you'll love this. If you like your BBQ sauce with a little kick, add some hot sauce or cayenne. 1 lb of meat made 6, 3-1/2 oz patties, about 5" round and 5/8" thick. We cooked 2 on our griddle and froze the rest for another time. Next time, I'll grill up 4 patties so we can have double meat for a heartier meal. If you like thicker burgers, you might want to make 4 with 1 lb meat. This is most definitely a keeper!