HAMBURGERS IN SAUCE

INGREDIENTS:  

(Makes 8)

8 frozen hamburgers or 8 homemade (I do both but for homemade, use 3 lbs. hamburger, season with salt and pepper, shape into 8 large burgers.  Place on a large sheet pan lined with waxed paper and sprayed with PAM.

 

 

 

Place burgers in freezer and freeze.  Once frozen, you can store them in a gallon bag with wax paper between each burger).  It’s best to use frozen burgers.  Thawed ones will fall apart.

1 jar spaghetti sauce (I like Ragu or Delgrosso)

½ cup brown sugar

2 large onions sliced thin

Brioche buns (they hold up well and do not get soggy!)

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DIRECTIONS:

Pour the sauce in a large bowl.

Add the brown sugar.  Taste.  Should taste sweet.
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Add some to bottom of glass baking pan.

Put the burgers on top of the sauce.

Spread the sliced onions all over top.

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Pour rest of sauce on top.

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Cover with foil.  Bake 375° for 1 1/2 hours.

baked

Add to a brioche bun, spread yellow mustard on.  Put a burger in a dish with some onions on top, place a slice of american cheese on top and stick in microwave 15 seconds. Place on the brioche bun and enjoy!

 

 

Coney burger (2)

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Lisa Gidaro says:

    Ah ha! They are tasty!

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  2. Katie says:

    Man, this looks good! The Gov would love this for his Coney cravings.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    I’m making this yum

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  4. Anonymous says:

    This is one of my absolute favorite recipes of Lisa’s! You all have to try it! 😋

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  5. mistimaan says:

    Nice recipe

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