Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Best Tasting Baked Burgers....

Or at least that is what my family said when I served these last night.

Oh my these were good! My youngest son who rarely eats meat even said they were the best tasting hamburgers he has ever eaten.

Before I tell you how I made them though, I want to tell you about a favorite sauce that I use in them. It is called COUNTRY BOB'S.

If you click on the link you can send for a coupon to try a free bottle for yourself. Go on, you will love it!

Best-Ever Baked Hamburgers

1 lb. ground round
1/4 cup Country Bob's sauce
1 cup Seasoned Bread Crumbs

Place beef & Country Bob's in a mixing bowl and mix well with hands.
Form into hamburger patties.
Coat patties with the bread crumbs.
Place patties on a baking sheet and bake at 350°.
Now I like my meat well done so I cooked mine for about 45 minutes to 1 hour. You can adjust the time to your own preference.
When these were done baking I quickly removed them from the pan and onto a plate (Otherwise they will sit and reabsorb all the fat that they are laying in.) and topped with cheese.
Add all the hamburger fixins' as well as toasted hamburger buns and ENJOY!


Jenn said...

I just came across your blog from another and it's super cute!

Those burgers looks DELISH. I mean, who doesn't like a breaded burger .. yum! Just sent away for a coupon to try the sauce. Thanks!

Carmen C. said...

You know, I'm not much of a meat eater but those sound GOOD! And that sauce...well, with a name like country Bob's, it must be yummy too;)

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

I ordered a free bottle of Country Bob's -- thank you for that link. I had never heard of them!

Those baked burgers do look delicious. My family could eat real meat and I could add it to my grain-soy fake meat mixture!!!

Brenda said...

Sounds good. Requested a bottle, thanks for the link!


lisa said...

YES YES!! Country Bob's is great...I use it now. Very good and I am going to add some to the meat loaf I am making tonight...Lisa

Goodwife said...

Isn't Country Bob's the BEST!!! I love that stuff and we eat it on everything! Thanks for stopping by my blog to wish me a Happy Birthday! Nice to meet you!

The Wife said...

Well I will have to try this Country Bob's stuff! And this recipe! Thanks!

Mom2FourBlessings said...

Thank you.. These sound delicious.. mmm mmm good..

Sandra said...

I just ordered me a bottle of that. I have never heard of it before. Thanks!

Farmchick said...

Sounds very delish! :) Hope you are doing well....stop on over for a visit soon.

Marie said...

I have never heard of baking hamburgers but it sounds and looks so good. Thanks for the recipe. I like Joann's Fabrics but have not had a chance to get there in a while. I just finished knitting a pair of socks. I have to have a project going so maybe it is time for some fabric.

Buttercup said...

Using this snow day to catch up on my blog reading. Thanks so much for the link. I'm looking forward to trying the baked hamburger recipe ala "Country Whispers."

Nikki Fikes said...

This burger recipe looks good, and I like your Christmas music selections. ~Nikki