Rose Mary Mogan


I love Kansas City Barbeque, and when I found this KC Rub in my local grocery store I had to give it a try.

I got home late and didn't have a lot of time to make dinner, so I decided to make these Steak Burgers using Ground Chuck.

To make the burgers more complete I decided I would sauté peppers & onions in the skillet where I made the burgers. Added a few pats of butter, and Steak seasoning till they were tender. Topped the burgers with Sharp cheddar cheese, lettuce and tomatoes, added Potato salad & served them on a Long Hoagie Bun & dinner was served.

I love that KC seasoning!!

★★★★★ 3 votes
6 average servings-one per person
15 Min
20 Min
Stove Top


2 2/3 lb
ground chuck (ideal for burgers)
1 1/2 Tbsp
k c rub ( you can use what ever you like)
2 tsp
granulated onion powder
2 tsp
lemon pepper (no salt added)
1 Tbsp
granulated garlic powder


3 medium
onions,halved & sliced into rings
2 large
bell peppers sliced or cut into strips
pats butter, about 1 1/2 tbs.
1 1/2 tsp
steak seasoning (spice)


1PLEASE NOTE: Because I used Hoagie Rolls, I shaped the burgers long to fit the buns. You may also want to make your burgers thinner, and get more burgers, but I wanted generous size burgers, so I made 6 burgers total. I purposely DID NOT USE SALT, but you decide.
2Add the meat to a large bowl, then add each of the spices, then mix into the meat. Try to use equal amounts of ground meat to make each burgers.
3Shape them all and then place them on a large platter.
4Spray a 16 inch skillet with non stick cooking spray, or cook in separate batches IF USING A SMALLER SKILLET. Then heat over medium low heat. Add the burgers, and cook for about 7 or 8 minutes till they start to brown on one side, or cook as desired. Flip to other side and cook about 3 minutes, then remove to a platter.
5From the residual fat left in the skillet add 3 pats of butter if needed, and then add all of the sliced peppers and onions, stir & cook till half way crisp tender.
6Add the burgers back to the skillet, and continue to cook till both the veggies and burgers are cooked to desired preference.
7Add sliced cheese on burgers, cover with a lid for about 2 minutes to allow cheese to melt. Turn off heat, and serve immediately while still hot.

Add desired condiments, Tomatoes, lettuce, mustard, catsup, or Mayo, pickles.
8Serve on buns, and top with the peppers and onions, & other condiments as desired. Add fries, potato salad, onion Rings or what ever you prefer. ENJOY
9K C Spice Rub

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef, Burgers, Steaks and Chops
Main Ingredient: Beef
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy