I received a few new kitchen "toys" this Christmas and have finally gotten around to trying some of them out.
Cuisinart Stuffed Burger Press and the Ogreenic Griddle pan.
I had been wanting to try stuffed burgers for quite some time and even tried doing them by hand a time or too with some success, but the Cuisinart Stuffed Burger Press made it A LOT easier. The true test was in the cooking though. They held together and tasted wonderful after being cooked on my new Ogreenic Griddle pan. The key to success (in my opinion) was only turning them once and being patient enough to let each side cook evenly. All the fat, but not the flavor just dripped away into the crevices of the griddle pan.
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Sunday, January 11, 2015
CHRISTMAS TOYS PRODUCT REVIEWS
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Those look very yummy!ReplyDelete
They really were! YUM!Delete
I have seen those presses before and wondered how they would work. They look SO yummy. Do you have other ideas for stuffing fixings? Maybe a blue cheese burger with bacon? Or maybe a turkey burger with a "stuffing" middle & cranberry mayo on top? Mmmm. I'm making myself hungry. I may have to look into one those now! LolReplyDelete
One of our burgers was red onion and Gorgonzola crumbles and the other was cheddar and green onion. Next time I'm going to add crumbled bacon pieces. I think the possibilities are endless.Delete