I am Natasha, the blogger behind Natasha's Kitchen since My husband and I run this blog together and share only our best, family approved recipes with YOU. Thanks for stopping by! We are so happy you're here. I have tried several of your recipes and love to watch the videos. Thank you for all that you do! Thank you so much for sharing that with me, Rebecca! Excellent recipe. All explained in detail and simple.
Great recipe and advise. Thank you so much for sharing that with me. Thanks, heaps Natasha this has really helped me decide on the right burger to make for my Hospitality Prac assessment this term. Thank you for sharing that with us! We LOVE the potato buns. Thanks for the post. Some of your tips are new to me.
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I like the burger sauces. Gentles the entire sandwich nicely. We grilled these for the 4th of July and they were delicious. We buy our beef at our farmers market. We served them with your grilled corn with garlic lime butter.
I just found you through pinterest and I will be cooking more of your recipes. I also add eggs and onion to the mixture and some people swear by Worcestershire sauce. These are all negotiable.
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What does make a huge difference is a good meat we get ours from a local butcher and charcoal grill. Hi Irina, I agree the meat quality is so important! Thank you for sharing that with me! These looks amazing! We usually add a packet of ranch powder to about a pound and a half of meat, also delish! Woah that sounds pretty awesome! Do you mix the ranch into the ground beef or just season the patties with it? If you have a recipe you could share, I would love to try it! Thank you Uliya! Great burger, but you need to check anatomy of burger from Americantestkitchen. Thanks Anka!!
This is also the way my husband built his burgers when he worked at Chilis so it is more restaurant style. How do you grill a burger without it falling through the grill? Do you use aluminum foil on the grill? Hi Susan, We did not use the foil. The burger meat should not fall through the girll. Made as directed.. So juicy loved the BBQ Sauce. TY Natasha.
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Such simple but delicious tips really do make the burgers SOO much better. I would have never thought to toast the bun but oh my goodness.. I mixed mayo, ketchup, and mustard and slathered it on those deliciously crispy buns.. Thank you so much! Your comment made my day!
When you use a cast iron skillet with burgers do you use a lid? Hi Mary! We did not use a lid. Love this classic burger! Tastes better than the ones at the restaurant. Thank you for sharing your wonderful review, Suzy! This burger is mouthwatering! I love how easy it is and my family loves it. Thank you for sharing your awesome review! Have a great weekend!
noroi-jusatsu.info/wp-content/2020-07-10/3732-ecouter-conversation-portable.php Such great tips! We tried to be as thorough as possible and we sure ate a ton of burgers over the past few weeks! This burger is mouthwatering and definitely restaurant worthy! Thank you Beth!! The video does not want to play! States that it is unavailable or removed. Thank you so much for letting me know!
BBQ or stove? That depends on your preferences — and the weather. If cooking on the stove use a heavy cast iron griddle or skillet. If cooking over coals create a hot area to sear the burgers and a cooler spot for the patties to finish cooking without burning. To baste or not to baste? The Michelin-starred British chef, whose casual burger restaurant BurGR can be found in the Planet Hollywood Resort in Las Vegas, bastes burgers in salty butter throughout cooking, and uses sturdier buns that are able to absorb the butter.
This method works better on a flat cooking surface than on a grill. To press or not to press? The jury remains out on whether to press, or smash, burgers during cooking. Some chefs are horrified by the thought, as pressing can squeeze out the meat juices and result in tough patties. But if, like countless others, you like a brown crust on your burger then press firmly with a spatula within the first few moments of cooking — only once and only on one side — to encourage the browning reaction and ultimately a meatier-tasting burger.
Flipping away may look good but in reality burgers only need to be flipped once, or perhaps twice at most. Rare, medium or well done?