Here’s a quick recipe clipped from a magazine that was a promo piece for Hidden Valley Ranch. Date unknown. Recipe is typed below along with a scanned copy.

Ranch Burgers Recipe Clipping

Hidden Valley Ranch
Ranch Burgers.

Add 1 packet (1 oz.) of Hidden Valley Ranch Original Ranch Salad Dressing Mix to 1 lb. ground beef, mix well. Form into 4 patties and grill or broil until done.

Serves 4.

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13 Responses to Hidden Valley Ranch Burgers Recipe

Published 20 April, 2010 in 6:23 pm

Don’t cook on a grill. They fall apart.

Published 19 August, 2010 in 4:50 pm

If you let them cook a little longer on the first side before you flip them, they won’t fall apart.

Published 20 March, 2011 in 4:56 pm

i love ranch burgers, but does anybody know how to keep them from being so sticky!?! Also, any hints on how to keep them from falling apart!?! Thanks!

Published 20 March, 2011 in 4:58 pm

Thanks you guys…we’ll try what you’ve suggested!

Published 6 April, 2011 in 5:15 pm

For those of you who have there burgers falling apart if you put little pieces of bread in with the mixture it wont fall apart =)

Published 21 April, 2011 in 6:30 pm

If you put an egg in them, they won’t fall apart.

Published 14 June, 2011 in 4:23 pm

if u know how to cook them right there great! grill or not. but we like them better on the stove top.USE THE ORIGINAL recipe .. but put garlic powder on them while there cookin! or just season them up a bit and there great!!!(: my dads been cooking them for a long time now! trust me egg or bread. i thought was really gross in it . but there my favv ((:

Josie Reed
Published 25 June, 2011 in 8:48 am

We cook them on a George Forman grill you won’t need to turn them at all cook both sides at the same time taste great!!

Published 21 July, 2011 in 2:44 pm

If you add 8 oz. Catsup
2 Tbsp. chopped celery
2 TBLS. Vinegar, 2 tbsp lemon juice, 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce, 8 oz water, 2 tablespoons brown sugar and 2 tbsp. Molasses you will then have Sloppy Joe Ranch burgers. Come on, just add the Ranch dressing. with an egg and some bread crumbs you can put them on the grill and they won’t fall apart and they will taste delicioso! You guys are too funny. Also go to the Ranch Dressing web site and you will find loads of other recipes I know you will like. Sincerely, Sara

Published 6 September, 2011 in 2:05 pm

use a little bread crumbs in the hamburger,and they wont fall apart

Published 25 April, 2012 in 6:44 pm

use about 1/4/to 1/2 cup of oatmeal and an egg; it won’t be sticky nor will it fall apart.

Published 8 September, 2012 in 1:58 pm

I’m trying this tonight for my family. We’ll see how it turns out. I’ll be cooking them on a George Forman.

Published 5 December, 2012 in 3:12 pm

After adding ranch freeze the burgers for one hour then they don’t fall apart on grill

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