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Grilling Tips from the BBQ Master: How to Build a Better Burger

Updated: Feb 24, 2022

There's nothing quite like a delicious, juicy burger straight off the grill. But if you want to make the perfect burger, you need to know how to build it properly. In this blog post, we'll be giving you tips from the BBQ master himself on how to create the best burger possible.

The best cuts of meat for burgers

The best cuts of meat for burgers are grassfed beef. Grassfed beef is healthier and has a better flavor than conventional beef.

When choosing meat for your burger, make sure to select a cut that is relatively lean. Fatty meats will make your burger greasy and difficult to cook evenly.

If you are using ground beef, be sure to ask your butcher for grassfed ground beef. This will ensure that your burger is made from grassfed beef, rather than conventional beef that may have been raised on antibiotics or hormones.

How to make a perfect patty every time

When forming the patty, make sure to pack it tightly so that it doesn't fall apart while cooking. You can do this by using your hands or a burger press. A good hamburger patty is just one that will not crumble. There should be enough fat to keep the burger moist but not so much that it BURNS when grilled.

A grassfed beef and grass-fed beef makes a better hamburger patty, as well as any preferred cuts of meat, because grassfed beef is healthier and has a better flavor than conventional beef.

The best way to cook a burger

Fats in meat can burn easily if they are going over heat for too long or cooked at too high of a temperature and this is also true when grilling juicy burgers. The goal in cooking them on the grill should be medium rare (140 degrees) to keep both fat content and flavor optimal for your savory meal!

There are several ways to cook a burger. Some people prefer to cook them over direct heat on the grill, while others like to cook them in a pan on the stove.

No matter how you choose to cook your burger, make sure that you don't overcook it. Overcooked burgers will be dry and tough.

A good rule of thumb is to cook your burger for about 3-4 minutes per side, or until it is slightly pink in the center.

If you are looking for an easy way to cook your burgers on the grill without having them fall apart, try using skewers! Skewers will keep your burgers from moving around and ensure that they cook evenly.

If you're looking for a delicious, juicy grassfed beef and grass-fed burger, then it's important to know how to build the perfect patty. We hope these grilling tips from the BBQ master will help make your next backyard barbecue or cookout that much better!

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