These burgers are super flavorful and have the same tenderness and meatloaf. If you like a more firm burger, leave out the milk when making the mix. The sauce is great and we will sometimes double the sauce recipe so we'll have extra for dipping fries or other goodies into. You can also cook these on a skillet over medium-high heat.
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FOR THE MEATLOAF:
1 1/2pounds(680g)ground beef, pork, chicken or turkey
6Burger Buns, brioche style buns are great with the meatloaf patties
Lettuce, Tomates, pickles, sliced onions, etc. , whatever you love on your burger
If grilling, preheat grill (on high if you have that option). Scrape grill grates clean to minimize sticking.
In a large bowl combine all the meatloaf ingredients (beef, bread crumbs, egg, parsley, onion, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, mustard powder, salt, pepper, ketchup or tomato sauce, and milk). Cook a small piece of the meat at the point to taste for seasonings. If you want to add more salt/pepper, add it now before baking.
Form the meat into 6 patties, they will be a little softer than traditional burger patties (we'll often use wax paper to help separate them later.)
Make the sauce: combine all the sauce ingredients (ketchup, bbq sauce, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar, smoked paprika, and chipotle) and pour over the top and top edges of the meatloaf.
Lighly oil grill grates. Cook patties for about 3 minutes on the first side. Carefully flip the patties (they will be more tender than a traditional burger), and then coat the topside with sauce. Continue cooking for another 3 minutes, or until cooked through. Toast the buns and serve with additonal sauce & your desired burger toppings.