Burger Press with A Charm

Burger Press with A Charm

We purchased this awesome Adjustable Nonstick Burger Press from Williams Sonoma! What a super ingenious tool to own. The burger press allows you to choose settings from 1/2” to 1 1/2” thick for your patties. It is made out of heavy duty cast-aluminum and it is a very easy-to-clean nonstick finish with parts that are easy to untwist apart and wash and twist back to store when not in use. This tool is great to keep your patties in a uniformed shape and if you are like us that purchase big bulks of beef to freeze instead of buying individual patties in the frozen section, this tool is for you. Especially, it gives you great option to separate your beef, whether you want it packed as ground beef for burritos or spaghetti or you can freeze your own beef patties with the help of this Burger Press. Williams Sonoma also sells the wax paper for the patties to go with the press, however, I had a roll of wax paper and I cut out the sheets of wax paper individually instead. The results are amazing! Check this one out because it’s on sale now too!! What a win to own this awesome kitchen and/or BBQ gadget!

We used a Williams Sonoma Burger Press for this project.

We used a Williams Sonoma Burger Press for this project.

These are the seasoning and dry rubs we used to make our patty

These are the seasoning and dry rubs we used to make our patty

We first got the ground beef mixture completed. Then we can get ready to create the patties themselves.

We first got the ground beef mixture completed. Then we can get ready to create the patties themselves.

We then loaded the ground beef into the patty press to create the desired size of patty.

We then loaded the ground beef into the patty press to create the desired size of patty.

We needed to be sure that we used a piece of wax paper for each side of the burger patty. This made it easy to remove from the burger press. )

We needed to be sure that we used a piece of wax paper for each side of the burger patty. This made it easy to remove from the burger press. )

We adjusted the setting nut on the patty cast. The setting nut is in 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 3/4 and 1.

We adjusted the setting nut on the patty cast. The setting nut is in 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 3/4 and 1.

You then need to squash the patty down to press it together

You then need to squash the press down to form the patty and remove the excess beef around the press before opening the press to remove the patty.

We made various size hamburger patties with the burger press.

We made various size hamburger patties with the burger press. These ended up tasting so good!

 

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  1. […] all the seasonings on our 2 pounds of meat and boy did it taste yummy once it was cooked, of course! We used our Adjustable Nonstick Burger Press(which can be found on our other blog entry) and created an awesome burger. Check out our concoction […]

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