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Old 01-02-2007, 12:23 AM   #1
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Default RotheliesBURGERS AKA Bratisburgers

this is a recipe me and my buddy tom came up with while drinkin couple days prior to a game.

1 lb. Ground BEEF
3 tblsp. Minced or diced fresh garlic
1 tbsp. pepper
1/2 tbsp of paprika
1 tbsp. salt
1/2 bottle of A1 steak sauce
Diced Parsley (use your judgement on how much you want in)
a splash of beer or two (use good beer like Iron city, Pabst, Bud Select, Or Honey Brown)

MIX ALL IN A BOWL, then form into burger patties

Then Grill to perfection

*also remember to put a little bit of oil on your grill so the meat doesnt stick*

i know it isnt much but it sure is tasty.
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Old 01-02-2007, 08:41 AM   #2
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Default Re: RotheliesBURGERS AKA Bratisburgers

I've had several variations of Roethlis-burgers here in the Burgh, BOXCAR, but your recipe sounds awesome. I'll definitely give it a try - thanks much!
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Old 01-02-2007, 05:22 PM   #3
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That does sound good. A friend of mine adds Italian Sausage to mix with the beef when making burgers. Tastes really great and the burger is never dry.
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That does sound good. A friend of mine adds Italian Sausage to mix with the beef when making burgers. Tastes really great and the burger is never dry.
We do that too it also is very good to add some to your home made meatballs.
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We do that too it also is very good to add some to your home made meatballs.
I always use a combination in my meat sauce. I'll give that a try. Thanks!
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sounds good
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This is a must try for me, next season I`m in. We always have a different theme each game, when we go Burgh food, the pierogies are for FCG
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We do that too it also is very good to add some to your home made meatballs.



I add Cinammon to my Meatballs.


yeah.....I said Cinammon.
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I add Cinammon to my Meatballs.


yeah.....I said Cinammon.
Cinammon? Seriously, I add about 2 tsp. of beer to mine - gives them an excellent flavor. I'm not a big beer drinker but I use beer (Heineken) in some of my best recipes!
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