Burgers With Grilled Onions And Red Pepper Aioli

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Burgers, Burgers, Burgers!

Happy Canada Day!  A perfect way to celebrate!

I don’t usually mix a lot of stuff into the meat, so we can enjoy the full, juicy flavour of the meat!

Makes 4 Servings

1 ¼ – 1 ½ lbs. lean ground beef
(depending on the amount of meat you are using for each of the 4 patties)
Salt & freshly ground pepper to taste.
4 burger buns
Grilled onions
Red pepper mayo

Form into patties and cook on the barbecue until done how you like them. ** Remove & place on buns that have been sliced & heated over the fire until toasted. Place the burger onto the buns, top with the grilled onions & red pepper aioli.

DSC_2720 nx2Grilled onions

2 red onions, cut into ¼ – 1/3 “ thick slices
1 Tbsp. EVO

I put short skewers through the onion slices to hold them together while cooking. Brush or drizzle with EVO. Place on the barbecue grill & cook until softened & browned. Remove the onions to a plate & take out the skewers.

Red Pepper Aioli – Makes about 1 cup.

1 roasted red pepper**
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tsp. Dijon mustard
¼ tsp. hot pepper sauce, such as Tabasco
½ cup mayonnaise

In food processor, combine red pepper, garlic, mustard, & hot pepper sauce; puree. Add mayonnaise & process just until blended, using on/off turns.

**If you would like to see times for grilling, please to to my Grilling Chart.

**If you would like to see how to roast peppers, please go to Charring/Roasting Peppers.

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Comments

  1. OMG…. made this tonight and experienced an amazing taste sensation!! Love the Red Pepper Aioli so much that I added more onto my burger! Will definitely mark this as one of my favorite burger spreads.

    • Hi Mary Ann,

      It’s pretty awesome! We are having burgers tonight loaded up with the aioli. I really like the grilled onions with the burger and aioli! And the good news is, it’s easy to make. Did you check out how the link on how to roast the peppers, pretty clever, huh? Joe’s idea.

      Ciao, P

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