Flip the patties on the grill for an additional 2 ½ minutes, season with salt and pepper. Add 2 slices of crispy bacon crisscrossed on top of the caramelized onions.
Spread 1 oz of homemade mustard sauce on the pickled side of toasted bread. Remove burgers from the grill and place on bread slices with the pickles and homemade mustard sauce.
Place remaining slices on top, cut in diagonal, and serve with chips or fries. Donnie Weinberg appeared on the Rachael Ray Show Friday to co-host an episode completely dedicated to burgers and to teach audiences how to make “Our Burger” from Hamburgers.
Since Donnie himself isn’t a chef, he did what he and brother Mark Wahlberg have always done, which is credit their older brother, Chef Paul, as the “most talented one in the family.” Paul, who runs both the Hamburgers in Gingham and the family’s neighboring restaurant, Alma Love, supplied Donnie with the recipe that was demo-ed on Rachael Ray. A little patronizing, but Paul is the boss when it comes to food in the family, and for those of you who don’t watch the show, Donnie is the character constantly shocking his chef brother with his lack of food knowledge.
Add your beef to a large bowl and gently break up the meat with your hands. Use your thumb to press a divot into the middle of each patty to prevent them from shrinking while they cook.
Salt will draw moisture out of the burgers, making them tough and dry. Once your oven has reached 350 °F, lightly grease a baking sheet with butter or oil.
Pull your burgers out of the fridge and generously season each side of the patties with salt and pepper. Then, place the patties on the greased baking sheet, making sure that they aren’t touching.
If you’re making cheeseburgers, add a slice of cheese to each patty in the last minute of cooking. For those who want to meal prep a few burgers, freezing uncooked patties is a great option.
Then, place the raw burger on a plastic wrap- or parchment paper-lined baking sheet, wrap and freeze until the patties are firm. Here’s more on how long you can freeze ground beef and tips for keeping it fresher for longer.
Baked burgers are a great, nearly hands-off cooking method that won’t fill your kitchen with the smell of frying beef. This means that the burger will cook more evenly and won’t bulge up in the center.
In fact, creating a dimple is one of the top burger tips we got from a restaurant chef. Use the same ingredient proportions and directions as listed above, but slightly change the cooking times and temperatures.
Fans of Hamburgers will now have the opportunity to grill up a delicious burger with friends and family at their own home. Eliminating the need to dive into raw ground beef and properly form patties, pre-formed hamburgers are a great convenience item for an easy, satisfying meal.
Even if this method is a little less traditional than grilling or pan frying, baked beef patties can turn out just as juicy and tasty. A trademark characteristic of an excellent burger is a crisp, well-browned crust on the outside of both the top and bottom of the patty.
This crust adds depth of flavor to the burger as well as a crunchiness for textural variety. Plus, it helps seal in the meat's juices, providing for a moister, more flavorful burger.
This char is easy to achieve on a grill or the stove (and one of several reasons that cooking beef patties in microwave ovens isn't a great idea), but it takes more deliberate planning when you're baking burgers. The key to creating a crust on baked hamburgers is to place the raw patty on a cooking surface that's already nice and hot.
Put a greased baking tray, cast iron skillet or other oven-safe pan into the oven as soon as you start preheating. If you're preparing a bunch of burgers, make sure none of them are touching when you place them, so the heat can circulate around them and cook them from the sides, too.
Leave the patties alone for about 8 minutes; don't check their undersides or move them, as this interferes with development of the crust. Use a meat thermometer to determined oneness, as cooking time varies by oven, thickness of the patties, number of burgers and other factors.
However, you won't get as nicely seared a crust, and you have to wait till the outside is thawed to add seasonings if the patties aren't pre-season. Also, you can keep the meat in the fridge for up to two days, and you can refreeze it within this time frame if you change your mind.
You're going to need 2 1/2 pounds of chuck blade roast to make eight burgers. Grinding your own meat lets you control what goes into your burger.
Try the sturdy, durable STX International STX-1800-MG Magnum ($190, amazon.com) or the Kitchen food grinder attachment for your mixer ($65, kitchenaid.com). Cut the beef into 1" cubes, place them on a baking sheet, and freeze them for 25 minutes.
That way the meat won't turn all gummy in the grinder. Fill a bowl with 2 tsp each of kosher salt, ground black pepper, and dried minced onion; these reinforce the beefy flavor.
Our tasters preferred burgers with the spices ground in. The key is minimal handling; too much packing yields a tough burger.
Our repeated tests showed that the burger patties we flipped just once developed a better outer crust and juicier center than burgers we flipped frequently. Wipe the grate with an oiled paper towel.
Wait 3 more, or until done to your specs (140 °F for medium, 145 °F to satisfy the USDA). First, toast the buns to reinforce structural integrity.
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I grew up eating this food along with mashed potatoes or rice, sweet peas, rolls and sweet iced tea. The recipe I share with you today is a country burger steak without bells and whistles.
Although I love adding new things like peppers and celery and changing things from time to time, sometimes you just want a Southern classic. If you want to make a quick and delicious meal for lunch, you should try this amazing burger with onion sauce.
“An easy-to-make classic with tasty burger ‘steaks’ covered with onion sauce. Traditionally served with hot white rice or potatoes, it’s a great way to season a pound of ground beef, and you probably have all the ingredients on hand!” These were very good.
I didn’t use sherry, but I thought the flavor was still excellent. He dipped each of my burgers in flour on both sides before putting them in the pan.
Then I mixed 2T of flour with 1/2 cup of milk and slowly poured it into the broth mixture. Once it thickened, I returned the “steaks” to the sauce mixture.
1 ½ cups thinly sliced onion. Mix ground beef, egg, bread crumbs, pepper, salt, onion powder, garlic and Worcestershire sauce in a large bowl and then form thick patties.