How do you spice up store bought burgers?
- KTJoeLv 75 days ago
Crunch burger up in frying pan add salt, pepper, onions and green peppers. Mix well than pile high on a fat potato roll, pig-out add whatever condiments you like.
- 7FlightsupLv 61 week ago
Lots of ketsup, it's the equalizer.
- 2 months ago
relish onions mustard on the burger..... toaster oven the bun
- nappaLv 62 months ago
are you so lazy you can't make your own, cost is at least 50 cents a lb more for them to make patties, buy ground meat, place on counter with wax paper and push down your own patty
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- TaraLv 72 months ago
Store bought … salt / pepper them .. or add ketchup .. or one of your fav ingredients … even a fried egg.
- JaneLv 72 months ago
Yeah don't bother, store bought burgers are made to taste bad. Just get some ground beef, preferably steak if you can, smoosh with a fork with some salt and ground black pepper, maybe some cooked down onions, shape into a nice thick patty and bbq or cook in a skillet ( I like it charred on the outside and slightly pink in the middle). Then you can pimp your burger with whatever you fancy- I like a nice bun like a soft brioche or ciabatta roll, crisp lettuce,crispy bacon, maybe avo and chilli tomato relish.
- friskymisty01Lv 72 months ago
i buy ground beef n make my own burgers..but if i had store bought hamburger meat i would probably break the meat up n put into a bowl...add seasonings...diced onion..n shape them into patties again, then cook them up...and add whatever condiments u enjoy on the bun*..ketchup, mustard, pickles, tomatoe, onion* n some potatoe chips on the side with sliced pickle :)
- curtisports2Lv 72 months ago
Old fashioned salt and pepper, and whatever you like on your burgers. We think the 12 pack 90/10 burgers from ALDI are great.
- Anonymous2 months ago
I like to add salt, pepper, crushed garlic and a bit of Worcestershire sauce to my ground beef before shaping the patties.
- alLv 42 months ago
Use this to season before cooking: Combine paprika, salt, pepper, brown sugar, garlic powder, onion powder, and cayenne pepper in an airtight container; seal. Shake to combine. Store in a cool, dry place between uses.