If you love a good burger, you will love making your own homemade hamburger seasoning. This is the BEST burger seasoning – you can’t go wrong with my favorite burger patties.
With this quick and easy recipe, you’ll be using the freshest ingredients to get the most delicious blend of flavors!
You know I love to mix my own spice mixes. It’s so easy to make and nothing like homemade condiments!
If you know, you know! By creating your own spice mixes, you can create fresh, flavorful, and all-round delicious meals for your family.
They can be customized to suit personal tastes, and it’s fun to experiment with new and exciting flavors. I have the Perfect Hamburger spice mix for you!
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Why you will love this hamburger condiment
- Quick and easy to do
- Adapt to your taste
- No unknown fillers or ingredients
- Great at hand
- Perfect blend of flavors
Burger seasoning ingredients and substitutes
paprika – Adds its characteristic mild, sweet taste.
Cayenne pepper – Just a little to turn up the heat.
Garlic powder – The powder works best, but you can replace it with 2 teaspoons of dried garlic flakes or 1 teaspoon of garlic salt. If you use garlic salt, leave out any extra salt from the recipe.
Onion powder – You can substitute for dried onion flakes and even use a blender, mortar and pestle or rolling pin to restore the texture of the powder.
salt – For the best taste, use thick flakes made from freshly ground sea salt.
Black pepper – Thick flakes of freshly ground black pepper preferred.
Brown sugar (packaged) – Adds the right amount of sweetness.
- Use smoked paprika powder for a mild, smoky taste.
- Add up to 1 teaspoon mustard powder.
How to Season Hamburgers in Just One Easy Step
- Mix the ingredients together in a small bowl. As simple as that!
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- Adjust the flavors to suit your taste. If you want more heat, add a pinch or two more cayenne. If you want more sweetness, add more brown sugar.
- Fill small jars with lids. Be sure to add a label with the contents and the date. It is a great gift for neighbors and friends!
Scale up, scale down or replace? You will love this printable measurement conversion chart!
- Have all supplies ready – ingredients, measuring spoon, mixing bowl. This makes this quick and easy recipe even faster!
frequently asked Questions
Making your own hamburger seasoning is a great way to add flavor to your burgers. You can use the freshest ingredients and customize the taste to your liking.
You should definitely season your burgers to make them flavorful. When placing burgers on the grill, season with the left side up. Then when you turn them over, you season the other side. Use homemade hamburger seasoning for the best taste!
- This recipe is great to prepare! Transfer to a small glass with a lid using a small funnel.
- Label and date.
How to save
- Store in an airtight container at room temperature. There’s nothing in the recipe that goes “bad”, but it tastes freshest when used within three months.
Here you will find the glass vessel with a golden lid shown in these photos.
What to do with leftovers
- Gluten free
- Non dairy
- Nut free
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- Adjust the flavors to suit your tastes. If you want more heat, add a pinch or two more cayenne. If you want more sweetness, add more brown sugar.
- Fill small jars with lids. Make sure to add a label with the contents and the date. It is a great gift for neighbors and friends!
Calories: 5kcal, Carbohydrates: 1G, Protein: 1G (2%), Fat: 1G (2%), Saturated fatty acids: 1G (5%), Polyunsaturated fat: 1G, Monounsaturated fatty acids: 1G, Sodium: 291mg (12%), Potassium: 20thmg (1%), Fiber: 1G (4%), Sugar: 1G (1%), Vitamin A: 274IE (5%), Vitamin C: 1mg (1%), Calcium: 4thmg, Iron: 1mg (6%)
The estimated nutritional information is provided as a gesture of goodwill and cannot be guaranteed.