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Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers taste amazing! Easy to make and full of flavor to give you a delicious juicy burger. These juicy burgers are absolutely delicious and full of great flavors plus very easy to make from scratch.

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers taste amazing! Easy to make and full of flavor to give you a delicious juicy burger. Perfect for BBQ's and parties. Freezer friendly too

A good meat burger recipe will use a mix of half pork and half beef

For this recipe, I've used a lovely marinade combination of Jack Daniel's, garlic, and a mix of half pork and half beef ground meat.

The reason for mixing beef and pork is to give you the juiciness the pork provides from the extra fat content. That way, when you're grilling these Jack Daniel's burgers, they won't dry out and they'll also hold their shape better because the extra bit of fat from the ground pork helps keep the burger together during cooking.

Why add Jack Daniel's to the burgers?

The addition of Jack Daniel's in the burger mixture really does make a difference to the flavor. The alcohol burns off during cooking, so these burgers are kid friendly. The Jack Daniel's helps to tenderise the beef, making it very tender, and the combination with the garlic and basil is really quite a lovely taste.

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Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers taste amazing! Easy to make and full of flavor to give you a delicious juicy burger. Perfect for BBQ's and parties. Freezer friendly too

How can I freeze these burgers?

These Jack Daniel's Burgers are great for a party! You can make ahead, and as you'll see in the recipe below, as you're making them, simply place each burger on a cut-out square of parchment so you can stack them without worrying they'll stick together. Then they're ready for popping in a ziplock bag and freezing. Easy to get one or two out when you see the sun suddenly come out and decide to have a spontaneous BBQ!

Serve these delicious Jack Daniel's Burgers with a lovely salad, such as our very popular Corn and Cucumber Picnic Salad,

Corn & Cucumber Picnic Salad. A very simple yet great tasting salad

and some lovely Low Fat But Creamy Coleslaw

Low Fat but Creamy Coleslaw - come and see the trick to making this delicious side!

We've got a great selection of BBQ recipes which you can take a look at if you'd like to make a variety of dishes.

These Jack Daniel's Burgers will work just as well on the stove top if you wanted to pan fry them. Perfect for a weeknight dinner, served with some lovely Soft Bread Rolls, or some baked spiced baby potatoes and carrots. These burgers will be suitable for serving any time of the year, and so quick and convenient too!

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So let's get straight to the recipe and see how easy it is to make these delicious Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers, and please do check out our really popular Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Chicken Wings. They're always a hit at potlucks and parties!

Prep Time

10 Minutes

Cook Time

10 Minutes

Serves

9 Burgers

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers taste amazing! Easy to make and full of flavor to give you a delicious juicy burger. Perfect for BBQ's and parties. Freezer friendly too

Ingredients you'll need

  • Ground Beef - If your beef is extra lean, use 1/3 beef and 2/3 pork. You need a bit of fat to stop the burgers from breaking apart.
  • Ground Pork
  • Egg
  • Fresh basil leaves
  • Ground Paprika
  • Scallions - The added scallions or spring onions give these burgers a sprinkling of color and also an extra texture dimension, and also a gentle onion flavor, not as harsh as using white onions.
  • Garlic, minced
  • Jack Daniel's

Instructions

1. Place ground beef and pork in a mixing bowl. Add all the other ingredients and combine well. I usually just use my hand and mix everything together.

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers, showing marinade ingredients

2. Cut 11 squares of parchment paper, approximately 4 inches by 4 inches.

3. Place your ring mould on a square of the cutout parchment (I use large 3 1/2 inch diameter ring moulds). If you don't have ring moulds, a large round cookie cutter of the same size will also work.

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers, showing size of mould and burger

You can use a burger press like this one here we recommend,

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or simply use a ring mould as I have done. These ring moulds are versitile because you can use them to make desserts such as no bake mini cheesecakes, or use as cookie cutters etc.

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4. Place 2 - 3 tablespoons of the burger mixture in each ring mould and using the back of a spoon, push the meat down, taking care to get the meat around the sides of the mould. Use the back of the spoon to even the surface then carefully remove the ring mould.

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers, showing moulds for shaping burgers

***Note: You can make the burgers any thickness you wish. However, don't make them thinner than an inch as they will be difficult to turn when you're grilling.

5. Continue making the burgers using the ring moulds until there's no more burger mixture left.

6. Stack the burgers with their parchment on top of each other and place in the fridge for a minimum of an hour so they firm up before grilling.

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers, showing shaped burgers

** Alternatively, you can freeze some, with them stacked on the parchment paper and placed in a ziplock bag. I usually freeze 4 per bag for ease.

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers, showing ready made burgers for the freezer

7. When you're ready to cook, simply place on your hot grill, or pan fry. Flip over when one side is brown, and cook until the meat is no longer pink. This should take around 5 -6 minutes in total. Because this mixture contains pork, I would not suggest you cook these rare.

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers, on the grill

8. Serve with some salad, coleslaw and delicious bread rolls.

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers taste amazing! Easy to make and full of flavor to give you a delicious juicy burger. Perfect for BBQ's and parties. Freezer friendly too

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Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers taste amazing! Easy to make and full of flavor to give you a delicious juicy burger. Perfect for BBQ's and parties. Freezer friendly too

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Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers taste amazing! Easy to make and full of flavor to give you a delicious juicy burger. Perfect for BBQ's and parties. Freezer friendly too

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers

Yield: 9
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Oh So Good Jack Daniel's Burgers taste amazing! Easy to make and full of flavor to give you a delicious juicy burger. Perfect for BBQ's and parties. Freezer friendly too

Ingredients

  • 3/4 lb or 325 g Ground Beef
  • 3/4 lb or 325 g Ground Pork
  • 1 Egg
  • 6 fresh basil leaves, chopped
  • 1 Teaspoon ground Paprika
  • 2 Scallions, chopped
  • 1 Clove garlic, minced
  • 2 Tablespoons Jack Daniel's
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1 teaspoon Black Pepper

Instructions

  1. Place ground beef and pork in a mixing bowl. Add all the other ingredients and combine well. I usually just use my hand and mix everything together.
  2. Cut 11 squares of parchment paper, approximately 4 inches by 4 inches.
  3. Place your ring mould on a square of the cutout parchment (I use large 3 1/2 inch diameter ring moulds). If you don't have ring moulds, a large round cookie cutter of the same size will also work.
  4. Place 2 - 3 tablespoons of the burger mixture in each ring mould and using the back of a spoon, push the meat down, taking care to get the meat around the sides of the mould. Use the back of the spoon to even the surface then carefully remove the ring mould.
  5. ***Note: You can make the burgers any thickness you wish. However, don't make them thinner than an inch as they will be difficult to turn when you're grilling.
  6. Continue making the burgers using the ring moulds until there's no more burger mixture left.
  7. Stack the burgers with their parchment on top of each other and place in the fridge for a minimum of an hour so they firm up before grilling.
  8. ** Alternatively, you can freeze some, with them stacked on the parchment paper and placed in a ziplock bag. I usually freeze 4 per bag for ease.
  9. When you're ready to cook, simply place on your hot grill, or pan fry. Flip over when one side is brown, and cook until the meat is no longer pink. This should take around 5 -6 minutes in total. Because this mixture contains pork, I would not suggest you cook these rare
  10. Serve with some salad, coleslaw and delicious bread rolls.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 9 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 223Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 87mgSodium: 185mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 20g

Nutrition information isn’t always accurate

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