Our Family's Hamburger. Great recipe for Our Family's Hamburger. Out of my mother's cooking I always loved her hamburgers the best. It's just a normal burger but the wine in the sauce gives it such a great scent, it's just gorgeous.
It's said that it's hard to know when hamburgers are cooked through, so I cooked these thin and spread out so it's easy to tell. Add the onions once they have cooled down. When cooking, don't poke a hole or cut the patties. You can cook Our Family's Hamburger using 7 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Our Family's Hamburger
- Prepare 300 grams of Ground beef and pork mix.
- Prepare 1 medium of Onion.
- It’s 1 of Egg.
- Prepare 3 tbsp of Panko.
- You need 4 tbsp of Red wine (or sake).
- It’s 3 tbsp of Japanese Worcestershire-style Sauce.
- You need 3 tbsp of Ketchup.
At family get-togethers, our children always request this spirit-warming ground beef soup along with a fresh loaf of homemade bread and tall glasses of milk. This hamburger soup has robust flavor, plenty of fresh-tasting vegetables and is easy to make. —Barbara Brown, Janesville, Wisconsin. Our Family's Favorite Taco Salad is a flexible recipe that your family can make to your liking. Add as little or as many toppings and vegetables as you would like to this Taco Salad to feed your family a healthy meal!
Our Family's Hamburger step by step
- Dice the onion and add it to a large heat-resistant bowl. Cover with some cling film and heat in the microwave for 5 minutes. Once out of the microwave, mix it all up and leave to cool..
- Add the panko, egg, ground meat, salt and pepper to the onion bowl and mix until sticky. Split the mixture into 3-4 equal portions..
- Heat up a frying pan and add some vegetable oil. Shape the meat into burger shapes and put them in the frying pan. Cook on a medium heat until browned..
- These burgers are very soft so use 2 spatulas to turn them over gently. Put a lid on the pan and then turn down the heat a little..
- When the burgers are plump and clear juices come out when pierced with a skewer, these burgers are cooked and you can take them out of the pan. If there is still some red or pink meat, just give them a few more minutes..
- Add the red wine, Japanese Worcestershire-style sauce and ketchup into the pan, mix well with the meat juices and bring to a boil..
- Serve with glazed carrots. Peel 1 carrot and cut into bite-sized pieces (shave off the sharp edges if you can before you cook it..
- Boil the carrots in just enough water to submerge them until almost soft. Then add 10 g butter and 1 tablespoon sugar and boil until completely soft. (Add a small amount of soup stock granules if you like.).
We've even made them into Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joe Sliders ! Our three kids just love the fun wagon wheel shapes in this easy recipe. The mildly seasoned sauce is something that even the pickiest eaters enjoy. For variety, try it with Italian sausage instead of ground beef. —Janine Freeman, Blaine, Washington At In-N-Out Burger, quality is everything. That's why in a world where food is often over-processed, prepackaged and frozen, In-N-Out makes everything the old fashioned way.