Total TimePrep: 25 min. + chilling Grill: 15 min.
I liked the flavor, but it did taste more like a southwestern meatloaf then a burger. For personal and diet reasons we didn't add corn or bread crumbs. After reading all the problems of them falling apart I used all ground beef (turkey doesn't seem to be as firm) and did try an egg. Used oil on the grill to keep from sticking and falling apart and it did "OK". Don't see this as something I would really make again, maybe in a meatloaf pan I might.
I was so dissapointed with this recipe....I made these for dinner last night and followed the recipe to a tee...they fell apart on the grill. I couldnt flip them without them going into pieces...maybe they should have had an egg to hold them together. I had 8 people over for dinner and had to send my husband to the store to get some ground beef at the last minute to cook some regular ones. What a stressful mess. I thought they had good flavor, but had to eat them with a fork...not on a bun!!!just sayin.....11 minutes ago · LikeUnlike.
The flavor of these was okay but they fell to pieces when you tried to flip them on the grill!
This recipe is great, my wife even enjoyed these. This is a keeper in my book. It is healthy also.Ken
Looks like too many ingredients - and since I don't grill, I look for recipes that suggest alternate methods.
I am from Ft Worth also but never had one of these - may be good thoughEd
We will never make these again - and yes, we did follow the recipe exactly. They came all to pieces on the grill and made such a mess!!! The taste was average - not bad, but not great either.
This are great! I made it as stated in the recipe and they weren't too spicy but still had a nice zip to them.