Today for I'm responsible for lunch for my Mom and I.
My only experience with cooking has been with popcorn, rice, pasta with no sauce and potatoes. I don't really have experience with meat even though I really want to make hamburgers today.
Can you fu/ck/s give me your best hamburger recipes and how to make them. Don't mind too much the ingredients as I myself am not sure what we have, but I'm sure can substitute things.
Give your burgers a slight dent in the middle before cooking. Helps retain its size.
Listen to me:
When you prepare ground beef (recommend good ground beef with plenty of fat), wash your fucking hands, start mixing the ground beef with salt, pepper, a pinch of sugar, and a little bit of soy sauce. After that began making the patties and make sure they are of proper thickness. After you lay all your meat down put a little bit of olive oil on each burger and let set to room temperature. When you cook it, never squeeze the burger because you want to the juices to still be inside. You can flip many times or only two the three times, as long as you cook the burgers evenly.
Hamburgers are hard to fuck it. It was the first meat dish I learn to make and it is one that I fucking love. The first time I made grilled burgers, I hate 7 of them and I usually eat like a bird.
Place em on a grill, when you see juices on the top it's time to flip. That shit is called burger sweat. When you see the burger sweat on the other side your burger is ready to go.
I would like to thank everyone for their help. Both my Mom and I loved the burger I made, thought it was especially due to letting it cook for just the right amount of time.
When the patties were raw I added salt, pepper and Worcestershire sauce to both sides. Then I grilled, along with some muenster cheese and onions. I also added olive oil while cooking.
I toasted the buns with spray butter, I didn't really see the difference it made.
It was quite tasty.