Dec. 20th, 2008
Today for supper I made hamburgers for supper. As it happened, we had some fresh mushrooms in the fridge left from when I made pizza a couple days ago, and I decided to sautee a bunch.
This was a good decision.
The hamburgers came out absolutely delicious! Here's how:
The Best Hamburgers In the Whole Wide World
1 1/4 lb. ground sirloin
1/2 medium onion, sliced
Five good-sized fresh mushrooms, sliced
2 T olive oil
1 T Steak sauce (or to taste)
2 T Soy sauce (or to taste)
Divide sirloin into fifths. Shape into patties, but avoid working the meat too much. Broil or fry, as you like, until they're as done as you like them. Top with your favorite cheese (optional).
Heat olive oil in medium skillet until shimmery. Sauté onions until translucent. Add mushrooms, steak sauce, and soy sauce. Sauté together until done, remove from heat. Put hamburger patties on bun, spoon mushroom and onion mixture over patty. Spread mayonnaise on opposite bun, if desired. Eat!
These were so very good. Sasha ate his in four bites.