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Spicy Sriracha Burgers

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Right off the bat I need to tell you two things. First is that I've made these spicy sriracha burgers twice in the last month. They are outstanding! Second is that my pictures sorta stink, but you have to take my word that these are absolutely delicious.

The recipe comes from Aunt Nubby's Kitchen. If you haven't visited her website before, be sure to check it out. I have already bookmarked her recipes for Chocolate Cherry Cookies, Ranch Chicken, and Margarita Pie.

Back to the burgers. Spicy burgers topped with sauteed onions, cheese and sliced tomato. It is awesome. Ready for the recipe?





Spicy Sriracha Burgers
Makes several servings

Ground beef mixture:
1 1/2 pounds of ground beef
1 1/2 tablespoons soy sauce
3 tablespoons sriracha sauce
1 tablespoon dried minced onions
salt and pepper to taste

Toppings:
hamburger buns
grilled onions
sliced cheese
lettuce
tomato slices
ranch or blue cheese dressing, mixed with sriracha sauce if desired

1. Mix the ground beef ingredients together. Cook over a grill or in a large saute pan until cooked through. Top with desired hamburger toppings.

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Comments

  1. Ali, glad you like the burgers, thanks for the mention! Hope you are doing well.

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  2. You know I hate to say it but I've never tried Siriacha before. Sounds delicious and if you say they are, then they MUST BE. Gonna give these babies a try!

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  3. Anita - You are very welcome, thank you for the great recipe :)

    Sally Darling - I had never tried it until recently and I LOVE it. You should definitely pick up a bottle. I use it all the time to make quick cheese quesadillas. It is such a delicious, unique flavor. I use to just buy sliced jalapenos, the sriracha sauce is much tastier and easier too.

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  4. Great flavors that you've added to the beef.

    Lisa~~
    Cook Lisa Cook

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  5. i've heard great things about sriracha. so making this recipe!

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