We grill these on our Traeger pellet grill. Delish. Quick and easy for a weeknight meal that the family loves. These are on our regular rotation.
Great flavor from the tomato paste and Parmesan cheese! Cooked on the George Foreman, so not greasy at all. Toasted the buns.
Added a little beef broth to meat mixture, otherwise followed recipe exactly. Onions were delicious - will definitely make again.
This recipe has become a favorite! It's great for an easy, week night burger that is filling and very good! We used angus beef (lean) and it was great!! A little extra tomato paste helps to keep it from being dry. I served it with baked butternut squash fries (a family favorite)
My Husband and I LOVED the burgers, they really don't need anything else! I just added baby spinach on my bun and a little greek yogurt and it was delicious!
I seriously make these about once a week for my family. The onions are so delicious you could almost just put them on a bun. The tomato paste keeps the burgers nice and juicy and omits the need to add ketchup on top.
YUM! I cooked them in a regular frypan (don't have a grill) and they were delicious. I topped them with Provolone and skipped the bun. Very flavorful. No other condiments necessary. The only issue I had was that they seemed to be very greasy. Unusually so for ground chuck and I think that it might have been from the tomato paste. I had to drain a lot of fat from the pan while cooking and squished the finished burgers with paper towels. They were still very, very good and juicy, and I will definitely make again only with ground sirloin which is lower in fat. I accidentally put basil in the onions and they turned out just fine. Really wish I could try them grilled. Make these, they are quick, easy, and really really good.
Great onions. Used sun-dried tomato paste for a bit more "oomph." Easy and fast.