One of the favorites on the grill for regulars and newbies alike that come to Mill Creek Ranch Resort, one of the best luxury RV parks Texas, is the good ‘ol American hamburger. Hamburgers are practically standard for camping trips, because they are easy to whip up, grill and eat. The “same old, same old,” however, can get, well, a little old. Here are a few tips and a recipe to help you snazz up your burgers on your next resort getaway!
Spice it up: If you typically don’t season your meat, it’s time to start. Salt and pepper go a long way, but feel free to throw pretty much any spice or seasoning you like in the ground meat. A few popular options are season salt, grill seasoning, garlic powder (or garlic salt – just don’t salt it twice if you use this!), cayenne and/or chili powder if you like some spice or a little curry powder for a good flavor whallop.
Switch it up: Yes, beef is the classic meat of choice when it comes to hamburgers, however, switching up the ground meat you use is a pretty easy way to make something different. Experiment with ground chicken or turkey,some East Texas venison or even go a little fancier and use lamb. With lamb, you can even mix it with ground beef.
Stuff it!: Stuffed burgers are all the rage these days, so much that there is even a special tool to help you with the process (it’s not really necessary though). The idea is pretty basic: make double the patties with your meat, but flatten them somewhat thin. Mound some cheese, bacon, wilted greens, mushrooms or really anything you can think of on one of the patties, cover with another patty and squish and mold the ends together. Then grill as usual and enjoy! Check out our recipe for greek stuffed lamburgers below!
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Greek Stuffed Lamburgers
Makes 4 large burgers
1 ½ pounds ground lamb, or a mix of ground beef and lamb
Zest of 1 lemon
1 Tablespoon fresh oregano (or 1 teaspoon dried oregano)
salt and pepper to taste
1 cup Crumbled feta cheese
½-1 cup wilted spinach (or frozen spinach, thawed)
1. Mix the ground meat with lemon zest, oregano and salt and pepper. Separate the meat into 8 balls of about equal size, and flatten into large patties.
2. Place some crumbled feta and wilted spinach into the center of four of the patties. Top each with another patty and press together at the edges, somewhat sealing the stuffed burger.
3. Grill to your desired doneness. Serve on a bun, between cibatta bread, or in a pita pocket.
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