Easy family dinner ideas are back & on the grill today. Summer is the best time to gather ’round & share great food like this Crunchy Onion Burger with family & friends.
The best way to really make a great burger is to get in there & get your hands in it. Put that beef in a large bow, add your seasonings & get your hands in there & work it. I leave this to the hubs most of the time because his large hands naturally form larger patties. This means that after the natural shrinkage as they cook, they will still be the perfect size for the bun. You can pick up fresh, high quality beef for grilling in Walmart fresh meat department.
Make sure that grill is good & hot before you place your patties. I like to use Kingsford when grilling with charcoal.
Grilling doesn’t have to be for an occasion. Most times it’s just as easy as cooking indoors of not easier. We grill most every night, weather permitting. That’s part of why I love this time of year so much. It makes creating burgers like this one so easy.
Get creative with those toppings. Maybe you aren’t a big fan of the pepperoncinis I added on here. Choose something you love that you wouldn’t normally add to a burger & throw it on there. You would be surprised by just how good it can taste when you go beyond the typical hamburger toppings. I happen to love blue cheese on my burgers, so that’s the first thing I grab when putting the perfect burger together. For this one I added those French dried onions. Sometimes I will do grilled onions & sometimes I will go all out with beer battered onion rings. The pop of flavor really comes from adding the peperoncinis. Sometimes I scale it back & add a pineapple ring or even omit both of those & just add some barbecue sauce. But for the most part, what you see right here sums up my favorite way to enjoy a burger.
So head to your local Walmart & pick up your fresh beef. You have to try this burger!!!
Then I really encourage you to get creative & add some fun new toppings too.
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