Prep Time: 10 Mins
Cook Time: 20 Mins
Total Time: 30 Mins
1 pound ground beef
½ cup of water for beef
½ tsp salt
¾ cup of diced onion
1 beef bouillon cube
½ cup of water for onions
12 dinner rolls (2 ½” x 2 ½” size)
Dill hamburger slices
1. Place ground beef, salt, and water in a food processor. Process for a few seconds to mix the water and salt
into the ground beef. The meat should start to look a little bit like paste.
2. Cover the bottom of an 11 × 13-inch jelly roll pan with plastic wrap. Put a layer of mixed hamburger in the
center and top it with more plastic wrap. Make a ¼-inch thick roll out of the meat.
3. Slice the meat into 3-inch squares after removing the plastic wrap. The ground beef bits should remain on
the tray. You need to obtain 12–14 squares.
4. With the end of a plastic straw, pierce each piece five times to create tiny steam holes in the flesh. Once the meat is partly frozen but not solid, cover the hamburger in plastic wrap and set it in the freezer.
5. Place onions, beef bouillon, and half a cup of water in a skillet over low heat. Sauté and stir onions until
transparent, adding extra water if required. Turn off the heat before cooking hamburger patties.
6. Once the beef patties are prepared, reduce the heat to medium-low and add just enough water to the onions to cover the bottom of the frying pan. Put the patties in the pan and secure the lid. Just a few minutes are needed for frying.
7. When the patties are done but still moist, turn them over. The patties should be tender. Place cooked
hamburgers on a roll, top with pickles, and cover to steam gently or heat for a few seconds in the
microwave while covered.