If your kids want burgers for dinner and you know you don't have the time to prepare and make them when you get home, check out your loyal kettle for help. Slow cookers are not just for soups or chili. You can cook steak, chicken and even burgers in a slow kitchen. All you have to do is prepare the pies in the morning, toss them in a slow cooker with a simple sauce to prevent them from burning, and come home with fully cooked buds ready to serve in the evening.
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Put the chopped onion in the kettle. Combine minced meat and 1 egg in a bowl. Mix well and season with salt and pepper. Add more spices as you see fit.
Make the beef mixture in six straight sizes of about 3/4-inch thick hamburger spices. Place the individual pieces stacked on top of each other in the slow cooker over the onions. If the pot is big enough, you might be able to make two stacks of three pies.
Put the popular barbecue sauce, either bought or homemade, into the pies. This allows dandruff in a sauce to simmer, which is essential when cooking in a slow cooker. Alternatively, you can also use other types of sauces, such as ketchup or mushroom soup, depending on how you taste your burgers.
Cover the slow cooker with the lid and set the temperature to very low. Cook the burgers for seven to nine hours until the meat is tender and tender and the juices are released. Separate spatula pies before serving.