White Tassel Hamburgers

White Tassel Hamburgers - and fry in pan on stovetop Mix...

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Sheet1 Page 1 White Tassel Hamburgers Categories: Polkadot, Menarea, Ground meat, Beef Yield: 1 Servings 1 lb Ground sirloin (not ground -chuck) 3 oz Jar of strained beef or -veal baby food 2/3 c Canned clear beef broth 1/4 c Dry minced onion 1/4 c Hot water 1 pk Regular hot dog buns Mush together beef, baby food, and broth. Refrigerate, tightly covered, for a couple of hours. Roll meat into small balls, flatten
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Unformatted text preview: and fry in pan on stovetop. Mix together onion and water. Place approx. 1 tbsp of onion/water mixture in the bottom of the pan. Flip burger on top of this mixture. Serve immediately after they are finished cooking. For buns, cut a hot dog bun into pieces that are the same size as the hamburgers....
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