Use LEW's Barbeque Potion to add a flavorful twist to your burger recipe.

What you'll need

-2 1/2 pounds ground beef
-1 small shallot/onion finely chopped
-2 clove garlic, finely chopped
-1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
-2 teaspoons salt
-6 Slices of your favorite cheese
-Freshly ground black pepper
-Butter
-6 buns
-1/2 cup LEW’s Barbeque Potion

Directions

1.Preheat your grill to medium-high heat.

2.In a large mixing bowl, break up the meat with your hands. Add the chopped shallot/onion garlic, Worcestershire sauce, and salt and pepper, to taste. Mix with a wooden spoon until thoroughly incorporated. Using your hands, divide the meat into 6 equal balls. Flatten them into patties and use your thumb to create an indent in the center of each burger. Cook's Note: This indent will help the burgers from puffing up while you grill them.

3.Grill the burgers, uncovered, for 3 minutes on the first side. Flip and continue cooking for another 3 minutes for medium-rare, and 4 minutes for medium. Remove from grill and immediately top with the cheese.

4.Butter the buns and place on the grill. Toast for about 1 minute and remove from grill.
Build your burgers by topping with your preferred condiments and vegetables,, LEW’s Barbeque Potion,. Add onion rings if desired.

3 Responses

  1. Juan Simpson
    Rack up another hit for Lew's BBQ potion! We woke up Memorial Day morning, looking for a simple grilled bbq chicken recipe..... This Is It! Super-Simple and Tasty. A Big Hit at our celebration. This recipe has definitely earned a spot in the regular rotation. Thanks, Lews!
    • Dalia Smith
      Really liked this sauce and will use it again. Did it per the recipe and video other than I used leg and thigh quarters. My only adjustment is I will make is to cook the skin side down longer and at a slightly lower temp. I didnt cook it long enough and then my fire was so hot that the bottom no-skin side burnt even with no barbecue sauce applied. The part eaten was delicious and moist and a different flavor that I attribute to the vinegar.
      • Beverly Joran
        This was my favorite of the barbecue sauces i have tasted. It really has a great taste while it is in your mouth and also after you digest it. In addition I LOVED the brown sugar flavoring and smoky bourbon combo. I wondered why other barbecue sauce makers haven’t really thought of this great combination.

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