These burgers get a double whammy of herb flavor: Finely chopped herbs are mixed into the beef, then the burgers are topped with an herbed mayonnaise that’s so good it can be served on its own as a dip for french fries or chips.
Make Ahead Tips
The aïoli will keep, covered and refrigerated, for up to 5 days.
Note: The aïoli contains a raw egg yolk; if that’s a concern, use pasteurized eggs.
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