Have some frozen burgers which you would wish to grill? We are glad that you have come to just the right place! Here, we are going to show you how to grill frozen burgers. To do this, we shall first identify the ingredients, tools, and materials that may be needed.
HOW TO GRILL FROZEN BURGERS
Ingredients, tools, and materials required
- Dozens of frozen burger patties
- A gas grill
- Hamburger buns (optional)
- Sauce (optional)
Step-by-step Procedure For Grilling Frozen Burgers
Step I: Prep your meat
Begin by preparing your meat accordingly. This simply entails you getting it out from the package and onto the plates in which they shall subsequently be prepared. Do not thaw the meat as that will only serve to make the process of preparation cumbersome. Just leave them in the frozen forms as you move along.
Step II: Separate the meat strands
Use a sharp butter knife. Slide this knife in between the patties. Then, twist the patties to separate them along the lines smoothly. Do not cut along the patties as that will only serve to make the preparation process quite hectic while the results are largely inappropriate.
Step III: Pre-heat the oven
The time has now come for you to grill the patties. Preheat the oven to prepare the same for the task of grilling recipes. This should take around 10 minutes, give or take. Feel the interior of the oven using your bare hands to ascertain whether indeed the interior is prepared enough for the task of grilling.
Step IV: Grill the patties
Finish off now by grilling the patties. Wait for the interior of the oven to be fully heated before embarking on this task. From time to time, flip the meat on each side using a spatula. Leave a 3-5 minute spacing in between any two consecutive flipping.
As you do so, you shall hear some sizzling sounds emanating from the patties. At the same time, some slight smoke shall also come from the meat juice and onto the heat. This smell is awesome to the nose. Wait for 15-20 minutes to lapse before getting the meat off the heat.
To get consistent outcomes, you are asked to move the meat atop the grill from areas that are cooler to those that are hotter. You have to maintain a watchful eye to ensure that your recipes do not char or burn out in the process of handling.
Though optional, add some barbecue sauce to the patties for great taste and flavor.
Step V: Serve while hot
Grilled foods are best served while hot. It is only then that you may gain the full flavor and the sweetness they potentially have to bring along. For small children, we recommend that you leave the burgers to cool off for around 2 minutes before proceeding to serve.
As a precaution, we ask you to wash your hands after each grilling to prevent any contaminations from arising in the process. Also, maintain the temperature of the heat as low as possible.
That shall prevent burning while at the same time ensuring consistently soft and uniform grilling outcomes.