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Lazy Bistro Burgers

You ever get that lazy feeling? Where you’ve been busting your hump all week, you know you’re not finished, but all you want to do is as little as possible, and then just before you put your feet up in your favorite chair with a nice glass of wine, you realize you still have to prepare dinner. I love to cook, obviously, but there are days like that and it’s frustrating.

Not to fear though! I have for you today, a wonderful lazy day recipe! This recipe is so quick, and requires such little prep, that you’ll be back to that easy chair and glass of wine in no time flat! This is also perfect for a rushed weeknight meal too.

To be honest, I was not rushed when I came up with this burger. I found a recipe for a beautiful macaroni salad on Pinterest, and I really wanted to try it. So, I came up with this burger recipe to go with it. I made the salad earlier in the day, and then when dinner time came around, slapped these burgers together and YUM was all around! Everyone should have this salad in their lives, so after you’re done here, you might head over to Cooking Classy and check out her Classic Macaroni Salad. YUM!

Ok, so on with the burgers!

You only need a few ingredients. Grab 2 pounds of ground beef, an envelope of onion soup mix, about 1 tbsp of hamburger seasoning (I use McCormick Grill Mates Hamburger Seasoning), and 3 tbsp of water. With your clean hands, get into that meat and mix it all up. You want this mixture mixed thoroughly. Then all you need to do is separate it into 6 equal portions, and shape into patties. I lined a baking sheet with wax paper to my patties on, that way it made it easier for my hubby (aka personal Grill Master), to take them out to the grill.

You can choose any kind of cheese you want, or no cheese if you don’t want it. We chose Pepper Jack and it really worked well with this burger. Once you’ve got your burgers cooked, your buns toasted and your cheese melted, top your burger with whatever you fancy! We chose lettuce, tomato (we have some home grown thanks to mom-in-law), and sliced red onion.

Serve this delicious, big fat juicy burger with a side of that Classic Macaroni Salad, and you have an easy dinner, your family is going to love!


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Lazy Bistro Burgers Yum
Recipe by: Christine Titus
Cuisine American
Cuisine American
  1. In a large bowl, combine beef, soup mix, hamburger seasoning and water. Combine thoroughly (I like using my hands for this).
  2. Separate beef mixture into 6 separate portions. Shape each hamburger patties.
  3. Grill burgers, covered, over medium heat for 5-7 minutes on each side or until a meat thermometer reads 160 degrees and juices run clear. Place buns cut side down on grill for the last 2 minutes to toast.
  4. Serve the burgers on the buns, and along with any of your desired toppings.
Recipe Notes

Adapted from Campbell's

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