Burgers aren’t just for summer. These get their smoky flavor not from the grill but from smoked paprika mixed into the meat. A garlicky mayonnaise tops them off.
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This was very tasty - not wow out of this world, but definstely a nice change up to a burger and super easy to make, I would definstely make it again.
The smoked paprika was just right in these burgers. I added some minced garlic to the burgers as well, and cilantro instead of parsley. For the garlic mayo I also added some lemon juice and zest, a tsp of Dijon mustard, and salt and pepper. The mayo was great on the burgers and also served with garlic cilantro fries to dip
Delicious and easy! I used half yogurt and half mayo for the sauce-- my kid loved the burgers and licked the bowl of sauce clean. The sauce has a good amount of raw garlic-- share it with someone you love.
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