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Yukon7
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since May 2018
295 posts

Hamburger seasoning
Burgers are probably one of my favorite things to eat, i typically cook burgers 2-3 times a week using different methods (smoked, grilled, pan fried, smothered in onions and gravy)

Typically i usually use some variant of SPG, , different herbs, cayenne, worchestire , and Italian bread crumbs. And I’ll change it up with beef, venison, or pork.

Looking to change it up with different seasonings, does anyone use any premade burger seasonings for their burgers that they would recommend?


OTIS2
LSU Fan
NoLA
Member since Jul 2008
46237 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
60 % Tony’s
30 % Cavender’s Greek Seasoning
10% garlic powder

Mix and use as S&P. Great on chicken and pork, too.


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Martini
North Carolina Fan
Near Athens
Member since Mar 2005
48009 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
I'm normally that salt and pepper guy but I will mix some dry ranch seasoning in on occasion for a bit of a change. Pretty good.



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TigerFanatic99
Chicago Cubs Fan
South Bend, Indiana
Member since Jan 2007
17440 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
I do one of the three depending on my mood, never at the same time though. Mix in with the meat, not sprinkle on top, helps with keeping the black pepper from burning.

1.) Ranch dry seasoning
2.) Tony's
3.) Montreal steak seasoning


drockw1
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Member since Jun 2006
8438 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning


Funreaux
USA Fan
United States
Member since Jun 2007
7295 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
-Restaurant Grind Black Pepper
-Lawry’s Garlic Salt
-Pinch of Morton’s Kosher Salt


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TFTC
Southern Fan
Chicago, Il
Member since May 2010
20970 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
Midyett Premium Rub (sea salt, tellicherry pepper, sumac, dark coffee, Dutch process cocoa powder, and garlic powder)



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t00f
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re: Hamburger seasoning


dirtsandwich
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AL
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re: Hamburger seasoning
quote:

i typically cook burgers 2-3 times a week

Dang, man. Good for you.


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Trout Bandit
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re: Hamburger seasoning
Kosher Salt and Black Pepper are my usual but Montreal Steak Seasoning sounds pretty good.


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USEyourCURDS
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re: Hamburger seasoning
Thats good stuff, boss?


Yukon7
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since May 2018
295 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
I never had the Cajun Blaze, but i heard Lafayette was getting a Burger Tyme again. Will have to try that along with the seasoning.

Thank you everyone for the suggestions, i will be trying a few different ones. But i see several are similar to me as in keeping it simple with pepper and salt or Tony’s. It’s probably one of the easiest/best ways to do a burger.


drockw1
Houston Astros Fan
Member since Jun 2006
8438 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
It’s maybe more nostalgia than anything, but it’s got a nice kick if you’re looking for some spice. Only tried it a time or two since I grabbed it.


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drake20
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2005
12845 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
Yupppp. Holy cow is great with beef.


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upgrayedd
US Space Force Fan
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Member since Mar 2013
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re: Hamburger seasoning
quote:

typically cook burgers 2-3 times a week

Damn, is this you?




Yukon7
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since May 2018
295 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
i do really like burgers but it’s not why i really eat them all the time. I have plenty of ground meat that i thaw out every week for when i need something quick and easy and some what healthy. I don’t eat it on a bun unless it’s the weekend.


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tigerinthebueche
LSU Fan
Erwinville, LA.
Member since Oct 2010
28185 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
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Bolner's Fiesta Hamburger Deluxe Seasoning


Also called Uncle Chis’ hamburger seasoning. Good stuff.


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Rip N Lip
Alabama Fan
Slater Lake, CO
Member since Jul 2019
3395 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
Add 1-2 Tablespoons of Hickory Liquid Smoke per pound of 80/20 ground chuck. Add garlic powder to taste. Mix well and chill in fridge for one hour. Make patties and cook.


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ldts
Member since Aug 2015
2129 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
I use Texjoy steak seasoning. I usually sprinkle a little Jean Pierre's Season All or seasoned salt on top after I put it on the bun.


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sml71
LSU Fan
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Member since Dec 2005
3704 posts

re: Hamburger seasoning
The meat you use is every bit as important as the seasoning that you use.


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