Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Super Burgers for the Super Bowl

We'll be "eating the opponent" as always on Saturday night. Tentative plans are pierogies & kielbasa sausage with Pittsburgh-made Klondike Bars for dessert. On Sunday night, we'll have Super Burgers!

Daisy and Chuck's Super Burgers

1 1/2 lb. ground beef
1 egg
1/8 cup bread crumbs
assorted spices or herbs (varies with seasonal availability)
splash of Worcestershire sauce or steak sauce

Combine egg, bread crumbs, sauce, and spices in medium bowl.
Add ground beef. Mix thoroughly.
Form into burger patties.
Grill - if you have access to a real charcoal grill, do them up in true tailgate style! If not, a George Foreman grill or a skillet on the stove will do.

Serve on a hamburger bun with your favorite Super Toppings. Here are a few of ours:

ketchup, mustard
cheeses (use good cheese, please, not that fake "cheese food" stuff)
pickles or pickle relish
swiss cheese & mushrooms
lettuce & tomatoes

Enjoy! And of course, Go! Pack! Go!

If you're looking for another easy Super Bowl dinner idea, check out Organizing Dinner Blog's Super Bowl Chilis. She offers a Pittsburgh style chili and a Green Bay style.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Corina said...

Yum! This sounds delicious and so simple -- Must try!


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2/01/2011 11:55 AM  
Blogger Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I really want burgers for Sunday's game. D wants chili.

2/01/2011 1:12 PM  
Blogger Flea said...

I have pierogoes in the fridge. If I weren't snowed in, I'd get in my car to find kielbasa. Yum!

2/01/2011 10:41 PM  

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