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Simple Pantry Seasoned Burger

This Burger reflects my simple and quick method of pantry cooking. Look in the kitchen pantry and let the ready-made store bought seasonings do the magic. A little bit of this and that, and with a great selection of beef on a hot grill whether on skillet or Bar-B-Que, this burger is an instant favorite. Served with potato chips or cold homemade Potato salad this buger completes a hearty appetite.


1 (lb) Angus Beef Chuck
1 (lb) Ground Beef Sirloin
1 teaspoon ... Steak Seasoning 
1/4 Teaspoon ...Onion Salt 
1/2 Teaspoon .... Hickory Seasoning Liquid Smoke Concentrated. 1/4 Olive Oil
Bowl of Ice water
Green Leaf Lettuce
2 large Tomatoes
3 slices per burger
Dill Pickle Slices
Chopped Cooked Bacon...entire 16 oz.package.
Shredded Mixed Package of readied Monterey Chesse and Medium Chedder chesse 32oz.
8-10 servings of Onion Rolls


Mix both meats into large bowl container with wooden or plastic spoon. Spreading the meat to allow dry spices to be sprinkled on top of meat. In a seperate bowl, combine all the dry spices together. Once throughly mixed, sprinkle the spices evenly over the meat. Take the Concentrated Liquid Hickory Smoke and Olive oil and drizzle over the the dry spices. Once all ingrediants are over the meat, take the spoon and lightly mix the meat and spices. Using your hands... place your hands in cold or ice water to help divide the meat into 8-10 bugers. Make a small indentation in the middle with your thumb on each patty. Place over hot grill and cook for 10-15 minutes. While the patties are cooking, prepare your cheeses in a seperate bowl and add cooked chopped bacon to the cheeses. Slice open your Onion rolls and prepare the grill by moving the cooking patties to one side. Place the buns face down on the area that juices remain from the patties for the buns the toast. While buns are toasting add the cheese/bacon mix over the burger to melt. Remove the toasted buns and prepare them with Lettuce, Tomato and dill pickle on the bottom portion of the bun add the cooked patty with melted cheese and bacon and placed mayonaise and mustard on top bun for the completed Pantry Spice Burger.


This burger is a quick alternative using what can be found in the Kitchen pantry. The burger is tasty and lean with the Angus cut and a bit different from the standard Lean or Chuck Ground Beef. Still, this is a nice alternative for busy people who still want quality and taste. Add potato chips and your done. Perfect either way you choose to cook it....inside on a stove grill or outside under a umbrella for a party. Let the beef stand on its own.