Instructions For Grilling Hamburgers
Hamburgers being the most common and simple food preferred all over, undoubtedly accounts for it being the most popular backyard food of all time. The most desired and perfectly grilled hamburger does not require professional training; rather it requires some simple measures and information on how to grill hamburgers.
The act starts with the choice of buying the right beef adds a lot to your hamburger. Buying the lean and extra lean labeled meat only offers you dry hamburgers. Your beef should at least contain 20 percent fat. The best hamburgers are made from ground chuck beef, and some freshly ground chuck will have a huge difference, working in the favor of the juiciness and the flavor of the hamburgers.
Now season the ground beef according to your taste. The next important step to the procedure is forming your ground beef into patties. The patties should be 3/4 inch in thickness and 1/2 inch larger than the hamburger buns.
The grilling is the most delicate stage of making your hamburgers. The patties should be heated at 160 degrees F, and marking the best spots on the grill will always help grilling the patties better. Before placing the patties on the grill, make sure you wipe both sides with olive or vegetable oil.
Heated at 160 F, the patties should be grilled for 5 minutes each side. The most common mistake that people do is pressing and turning the patties with metal spatula squeezing out fat and juices from the patties, making them drier. Keeping the grill closed and turning the hamburger once will help in fast cooking and securing the juices and fat.
Transfer the grilled hamburgers to the buns, and if desired, the buns can also be toasted with melted butter on the grill for further taste.
Making hamburgers is not an uphill task as long as right the beef used, and the patties are grilled for the right amount of time.
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