Baked Meatloaf Burgers
This is an old fashioned recipe for Baked Meatloaf Burgers where plenty of seasonings and other ingredients to bulk up the beef are added in to the mixture. The result is a much more flavorful, if perhaps slightly less meaty, combination than we often eat today. Today, we often just shape the meat without adding any thing more than perhaps a bit of pepper on top, and toss the burgers on the grill. That means a pretty plain burger without a whole lot of great taste. No wonder we smother our burgers in sauces and add ins. But when ground beef is made up this way, it produces a much more flavorful and tasty burger. When you are not up for grilling your hamburgers, make them this way. You and your family will really enjoy the switch and the difference in the flavor.
These Baked Meatloaf Burgers are very easy to make, easy enough for any beginner. So if you have some one in the house who is burning to learn how to cook, let him or her try a hand at this simple recipe. It comes together in minutes, then is simply baked. The web site shows a fabulous shot of a close up of one burger that is really terrific. Check it out so you can see just how thick and juicy the results can be when you make your burgers this way.
Baked Meatloaf Burgers are a perhaps old fashioned way to put together hamburgers for dinner, using bread crumbs and seasonings to sort of bulk up the meat (and also to retain the fat for better flavor). But it is also a delicious way to make a burger, resulting in much better tasting and juicier burgers than when we cook them made from pure beef. Pure beef is a great way to start a meal, but finish by using the additional ingredients in this recipe to ensure that the meat is sweet, rich and juicy. Enjoy this recipe soon.
Nutrition Facts for:Baked Meatloaf Burgers from 101 Cooking for Two
Ingredients: Ground beef, bread crumbs, milk, ketchup, seasoning salt, pepper, egg, onion.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet. * The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings. * Per Serving:Calories 400, Calories from Fat 104, Total Fat 11.6g 18%, Saturated Fat 4.3g 21%, Cholesterol 164mg 55%, Sodium 1638mg 68%, Potassium 771mg 22%, Carbohydrates 20.9g 7%, Dietary Fiber 1.3g 5%, Sugars 7.4g, Protein 50.4g, Vitamin A 5%, Vitamin C 7%, Calcium 7%, Iron 165%
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