Cleaning ground beef is the simplest of the three tasks I tackle each day. I’m a great believer that it’s the only real cooking chore that you want to do, and that’s a lesson I learned early on. The first time I cooked ground beef I used a small Dutch oven for the bottom and a larger stainless steel pan for the top to ensure I didn’t get any of the tasty, buttery flavor out of the meat.
I always have this idea that if I cook a good piece of meat with good ingredients, it should taste great. And that’s exactly what I found when I cooked ground beef all day. My favorite part of cooking ground beef is the flavor, and I found that its best achieved by using a high-heat pan that evenly browns the beef’s exterior without burning the meat. This is not the case with other cooking techniques, such as grilling, roasting, and sautéing.
Ground beef is one of those foods that can be quite easily overcooked, so I think it’s important to be aware of how to properly cook it. I like to cook ground beef on the stovetop because it’s quick, efficient, and easy. If I’ve got some leftovers at home that I want to use as a beef rub, I’ll take it out and cook it in a pan on the stovetop.
Ground beef is one of those foods that when overcooked will turn into a thick, stringy, rubbery, greasy mess. To prevent this from happening, you can rub ground beef with a mixture of salt, pepper, and garlic. It keeps the meat from drying out as much and from becoming stringy too.
The same can be said for the other two ingredients in this recipe. By rubbing the beef with salt and pepper you’ll keep it from becoming stringy but you’ll also keep it from becoming dry. The same can be said for the garlic, although it may cook up a little more in the process.
That’s how to clean your burger patty. The next time its left to the last second, you can also pour some oil over it and then place it into the freezer. This will prevent the meat from sticking to itself.
Its not that hard to be honest. As long as your burger patty has a good texture, then it’s easy to clean up. Even if your meat is dry and stringy, it will be easier to take care of if you let it come to room temperature before cooking.
I used to be really worried about this, but now I don’t care. My dog, Bubba, is a great dog, and he’s pretty easy to keep clean. So, if you decide to give your burger a good makeover, you don’t have to worry about it getting dirty.
You can clean a burger by making it warm and letting it sit at room temperature for a few hours. I do this by allowing it to sit in the fridge for two days. The warm air and the bacteria will help it clean itself up. If you do not have a fridge, you can put the burger in the oven and let it cook for one hour. Once it is done, you can let it sit in the fridge for another two days.
This is a great tip. I had a friend clean his burger with this method. He had to do this because he was getting a little messy in the fridge.