Classic Burger Seasoning

Burger night has been taking place often around here. It’s an easy go-to meal for the summer, for sure! I like getting creative with toppings and different bun alternatives. Lettuce leaves as a bun, sweet potato buns, or grilled portobello mushroom caps (along with the obvious bacon, lettuce, tomato, onion, smashed avocado toppings). Deeee-lish.

I used to use a hamburger seasoning that I loved. When we finally moved and bought our grill, I checked out that old handy seasoning only to find the ingredients weren’t working for me anymore. Instead of listing ingredients, the end of the list said ‘and other natural flavor.’ I’d rather know exactly what’s in the spice mix I’m eating, personally.

Classic Burger Seasoning

Just the right amount of flavor!

Classic Burger Seasoning

 

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Classic Burger Seasoning

Total Time 0:00

Ingredients

Optional

Directions

  • 1. Combine ingredients in a jar
  • 2. When preparing burger, place 1-2 tsp (depending on size of your burger) in the center and mix seasoning into the meat
  • 3. Cook, garnish, and enjoy!
  • Recipe Notes

  • Store in air-tight container with your other spices
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