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INGREDIENTS:

1 pound ground chuck
2/3 cup beef broth
2 1/2 ounces jar strained-beef baby food (you could
probably omit)
1 1/4 cups dried chopped onions (about 3 1/3 oz.) *
2 1/2 cups hot water (or more if needed)
20 small dinner rolls (or 7 hot dog buns cut in thirds)
cheese and condiments (optional)
10 x 14 rimmed cookie sheet
rolling pin & spatula
plastic wrap or wax paper
straw (see note)
DIRECTIONS:
1. Line a 10-by-14-inch rimmed baking sheet with
plastic wrap. Mix beef, beef stock, and baby food in a
large bowl.
Transfer mixture to lined baking sheet, and use a
spatula to flatten. Place second sheet of plastic wrap
over meat, and use rolling pin or hands to further
flatten meat so it covers entire surface of pan.
2. Remove top layer of plastic wrap, and use spatula to
score flattened beef into 2.5-inch OR 3 inch squares.
Reapply top with a fresh sheet of wrap, and place pan
in freezer until meat is frozen solid about 30 minutes.
Perforate (make 5 small holes in each burger so it
looks like 5 dots on a dice) and return to freezer till
totally frozen solid.
You can use a straw for this OR if you have a spoon
with a round handle that works too. After the patties are
frozen,rescore with knife, then remove the plastic wrap
(top and bottom) and carefully break them apart.
3. Place
dried onion flakes in a small bowl, and add
the hot water; let stand at least 10 minutes. Use a ratio
of 2 parts water to 1 part onion. Meanwhile, take frozen
beef from freezer, and remove from plastic wrap.
Re-score it with a sharp knife, and gently break patties
apart.
4. Heat a large skillet (cast iron works best) or grill pan
over medium-high heat. Add 1/4 of onion-and-water
mixtureto skillet, making sure the water coats the  
bottom (if not, just add a bit more water to pan). When
water begins to steam (which should happen almost
instantly), place 5 patties on top of onions. Cook,
flipping once, to desired doneness. (Cooking time will
depend on whether your patties are still frozen solid or
have thawed a bit. It's about 2 minutes each side of
steam frying). After flipping, place a bun top on each
patty.
5. Remove patties and buns, with a helping of onion,
from skillet. Add bun bottoms, and any cheese or
condiments as desired.
6. Repeat with remaining ingredients.