Hamburger Seasoning for Burgers

Texas Seasoning & Rub: 

Embark on a culinary journey to the heart of Texas with our handcrafted seasoning. This quintessential blend combines zesty salt and pepper with the subtle smokiness of Whiskey Barrel, creating a symphony of flavors that will tantalize your taste buds. With dazzling notes of aromatic garlic and a whisper of cane spice, our Texas Seasoning adds depth and complexity to every dish it touches.

Grilled Double Cheeseburger Recipe:(Burger Seasoning):

Introducing our irresistible Double Cheeseburger, seasoned to perfection! Delve into a flavor-packed adventure with our handcrafted burger seasoning ensuring each bite bursts with savory goodness. Brace yourself for the ultimate burger experience, where every mouthful is a taste sensation like no other. Get set to elevate your burger cravings to a whole new realm of deliciousness!


  • 1 lb ground beef (75% lean)
  • Hunter’s Texas Seasoning 
  • 4 slices of (cheddar or your favorite cheese)
  • 4 hamburger buns (Potato)
  • Hunter’s Midwest Cowboy BBQ Sauce or your favorite BBQ Sauce


  1. Preheat the Grill:
    • Preheat your grill to medium-high heat.
  2. Shape the Patties:
    • Divide the ground beef into four equal portions and shape them into burger patties.
    • Season each hamburger seasoning evenly of both sides using Hunter’s Texas Seasoning.
  3. Grill the Patties:
    • Place the patties on the preheated grill.
    • Cook for about 4-5 minutes per side for medium doneness. Adjust the cooking time based on your preferred level of doneness.
  4. Add Cheese:
    • During the last minute of grilling, add a slice of cheddar cheese to each patty. Close the lid to let the cheese melt.
  5. Toast the Buns:
    • Spread the Hunter’s Midwest Cowboy BBQ Sauce on the buns and place them side down on the grill. Toast for about 1-2 minutes.
    • After it’s toasted, add one more layer of BBQ sauce on the buns.
  6. Assemble the Burgers:
    • Add your optional fixins’ with the cooked cheeseburgers onto the bun.
  7. Burger Remoulade Sauce (Option):
    • Mix together Hunter’s Midwest Cowboy BBQ Sauce, mayonnaise, and a splash of Worcestershire sauce to create a delicious burger sauce and spread it on the buns.
  8. Serve your double cheeseburgers hot and enjoy!

Burger Temperatures of Doneness:

1. Rare: 120-125°F (49-52°C)
Internal temperature. The meat will be red and juicy.
2. Medium Rare: 130-135°F (54-57°C)
Internal temperature. The center will be pink and slightly warm.
3. Medium: 140-145°F (60-63°C)
Internal temperature. The center will be pink and firm.
4. Medium Well: 150-155°F (66-68°C)
Internal temperature. The center will be slightly pink and mostly gray.
5. Well Done: 160°F (71°C) 
The meat will be gray throughout and fully cooked.

Smoky Double Cheeseburger:

(Hunter's Texas Seasoning & Smoked Rub)

Burger Fun Facts:

1. Name: The term "hamburger" actually comes from the city of Hamburg, Germany, where a similar type of ground meat dish called "Hamburg steak" was popular.
2. Invention: While the exact inventor of the hamburger is unknown, it is often attributed to Louis Lassen, who supposedly created the first hamburger sandwich in 1900 at his diner in New Haven, Connecticut.
3. Popularization: The hamburger gained popularity during the 20th century, especially with the rise of fast food chains like McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's.
4. Record Consumption: The world record for the most hamburgers eaten in three minutes is held by Takeru Kobayashi, who consumed 12 hamburgers in 2004.
5. National Hamburger Day: May 28th is National Hamburger Day in the United States, celebrating this iconic sandwich.

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