Are there ANY GOOD frozen hamburger patties on the market?
Anyone have any suggestions?
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Other wise the handmade ones are the best, extra thick and still pink in the middle.. I think the premade ones are pressed to hard so they are like a hockeypuck.
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on 6/26/11 11:13 pm
I've never been a fan of premade burgers but this actually made them tolerable.
My DH is a chef, and he does like a particular brand from GFS that are individually wrapped. We also tried some Black Angus steak burgers from Walmart that weren't bad. Now, even though this man, who is a culinary school graduate, will literally eat **** on a shingle, I am far pickier. I acftually did like the Walmart steak burgers.
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The only frozen hamburger patty that is good are the ones I make out of ground chuck, use 80/20. Watch for boneless chuck roast on a good sale and pick out a few, take to the butcher to have it ground up. Get it home and patty them out and freeze 'em. I gave up on those nasty ass frozen patties a long time ago, even the "Angus" ones barely pass the palette test.
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I usually hate 80/20 and DEFINITELY 93/7 cuts, but these are good. Slap some worsteshire sauce, salt and pepper & you're good to go.
Someone mentioned sauteeing onions and green peppers with the burger. I agree that putting some yummy onions in while cooking the burger is something that I like as well.