The basics for Edmontonian's to barbecue the perfect burger this summer.
There's nothing like a juicy burger fresh off the grill, but sometimes it can be tricky to get them just right. If you're looking to step up your barbecue game this summer, check out this article for tips on how to make the perfect burger! From choosing the right meat to seasoning it properly, we've got you covered.
The perfect burger starts with the right beef.
When it comes to beef, there are a lot of different options out there. But when it comes to burgers, you want to make sure you're using ground beef that's at least 80% lean. Otherwise, your burgers will be too greasy and won't hold together as well.
Once you've got your beef, it's time to start forming your patties. You want them to be about 1/2 inch thick and 4 inches wide. If they're too thin, they'll fall apart on the grill. If they're too thick, they'll take forever to cook through.
Now it's time to get your grill fired up. You want to preheat it to medium-high heat so that it's nice and hot when you put your burgers on.
Now it's time to put your burgers on the grill! Put them on and don't touch them for at least 4 minutes. Once those 4 minutes are up, flip them over and cook for another 4 minutes.
After 8 minutes total cooking time, your burgers should be cooked through and ready to eat! Serve them on a bun with your favorite toppings and enjoy!
Pick your cheese and toppings.
When it comes to barbecuing the perfect burger, there are a few key things you need to take into consideration. Firstly, you need to decide what kind of cheese you want on your burger. Do you want a classic cheddar, or something a little more adventurous like goat's cheese? Once you've decided on your cheese, it's time to think about toppings. Do you want to keep it simple with lettuce and tomato, or pile on the extras like bacon and avocado? Whatever you choose, make sure your toppings complement your cheese selection.
Get the grill nice and hot.
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If you're using a gas grill, turn it on to high heat. If you're using a charcoal grill, light the coals and let them get nice and hot before you start cooking. You want the grill to be pretty hot so that you get good sear marks on your burger and so that the inside cooks through without the outside getting overcooked.
Season your burgers with a little salt and pepper. Once the grill is hot, it's time to season your burgers. Just add a little bit of salt and pepper to each side of the burger. You don't need to go overboard, just a little bit will do.
Place the burgers on the grill. Now it's time to put your burgers on the grill. Make sure that you place them far enough apart so that they have room to cook without touching each other.
Cook for about 3-5 minutes per side. You'll want to cook your burgers for about 3-5 minutes per side. This will give you a nice medium-rare burger that is juicy and delicious. If you like your burgers more or less done, adjust the cooking time accordingly.
Remove from grill and let rest for a few minutes.
Don't overcrowd your burgers.
Edmontonian's, if you want to barbecue the perfect burger this summer, there's one key rule you must follow: don't overcrowd your burgers. That means putting no more than three burgers on a grill at a time. If you try to cook too many at once, they'll all end up being overcooked. So take your time, and enjoy the process of grilling your burgers to perfection.
Let the burgers rest before you serve them.
It's important to let your burgers rest before you serve them. This allows the juices to redistribute, making for a juicier, more flavorful burger. Just remember to keep an eye on them so they don't overcook!
So there you have it – the perfect burger, Edmontonian style. All that’s left to do is invite your friends over, fire up the barbecue, and enjoy!