Last night, I cooked a package (of three, refreezing the fourth raw) by placing them in a single layer in a glass dish and putting in the oven for an even hour at 350° (without bothering to preheat the oven). The one I ate (freezing the other two right away) was a little (just a little) overcooked, so next time it will be for 55 minutes.
So far, I've just eaten the burgers by themselves:
- Hamburger Patty with Balsamic
- Hamburger Patty with Barbecue Sauce
And if not, well then self:
55 minutes at 350° (no warm up, no cool down)seems to work for those super-sized half pound burgers I've been getting.
Nope, it actually took an hour.
And then, the last one cooked individually in a small bowl came out nice enough after 55 minutes at 350° (from frozen).
So, the timing is still a work in progress.
Anyway, with the rest of the hamburgers (after I decided to keep track), I made:
- Hamburger Patty
- pickle juice
- salt (it's important)
- morel leek jack cheese
- or something equally decadent
- hamburger patty with salt and red pepper
- sour cream
- 4 hamburger patties (2lb)
- 2 cans black beans
- 2 small cans tomato sauce
- 1 onion
- 1 tsp salt
- double dash red pepper
- 1-2 cups extra water
- .25 cup dry rice cooked separately in water and added for the next day
- Mexican Style
- pepper-jack cheese
- mango salsa
- sour cream
- It would seem that I eat something like this, Fiesta Mexican Style, every other day... or so.
- You know, given half a chance.
- ¾ cup mixed rice, cooked in... um, some amount of water
- 2lb hamburger
- red chili flakes, cumin, and pickle juice
- 3 small onions
- 1 can black beans
- 1 small can tomato sauce
- 1 regular can diced tomatoes with spices
- salt and pepper
- served with mango salsa and sour cream
- with BBQ sauce and bun
- A traditional winner, so I did it again.
- Pineapple Chili
- the last 2lb package of hamburger patties
- 2 cups water
- one package 4 Star Beef Chili
- What can I say, it was cheap.
- Now, let's see if it's any good.
- one package mild Italian sausage links
- one package chunk pineapple
- salt, pepper, & red pepper
- One Final Hamburger
- a month later
- Hope I find a bun.