when we at bring it to the table talk about having it your way, we mean from scratch. that’s how we were feeling on sunday, so we fired up the grill and got some prime meat sizzling for a few friends.
Anyway, I took 5 packs of minced beef from pricesmart and added onion, celery, chive, parsley, basil, pimento peppers, green seasoning, garlic powder, all purpose seasoning, jerk powder, black pepper, bitters, A1 sauce and some lime. personally, i don’t like egg in the mix, so i didn’t employ the services of any eggs. worked in all the seasoning with my hands, hence the lack of photos. It’s all about the seasoning, so I added the seasoning in portions and worked it all around to ensure the seasoning found its way through everything.
dawi mapped out the most efficient start point on the grill. he also suggested that we should coat the burger in a mixture of cornmeal, jerk powder, garlic powder and black pepper. that is what’s going on in the white bowl there.
finally, the right temperature. the burgers started to cook properly. after flipping them, we loaded some of them up with cheese. more trial, less error. the coating made a nice tasty crust. not bad at all.