Who doesn’t love biting into a juicy, flavorful burger? It’s a classic American meal and a go-to for many celebrations. But have you ever wondered how to take your burger to the next level? Look no further than Steakhouse Elite premium beef. With our high-quality, Kobe-crafted beef, you can elevate your burger game and impress all your guests.
Why Steakhouse Elite? A next-level burger experience requires the benefits of using premium beef. Couple the taste and flavor of Kobe-crafted beef with stellar prep and cooking tips and the result is a perfect next-level burger.
Why Choose Steakhouse Elite Premium Beef?
When it comes to making the perfect burger, using high-quality beef makes all the difference. Steakhouse Elite offers meticulously crafted, USDA-certified beef with no additives or fillers. Our cattle are carefully raised on US pastures and humanely treated, resulting in flavorful and tender meat. Plus, our beef comes in a variety of different selections to savor depending on your personal preferences--from grass fed, to Kobe-crafted with Brisket, to Kobe-crafted with Prime Rib. This means you get premium beef with your favorite beef qualities in a juicier, more flavorful burger.
Tips for Making the Perfect Burger
While beef selection is a major part of creating a mouth-watering, juicy burger, there are also some techniques to ensure the best possible burger.
Don't overcook the beef. Beef is made to be tender, and over-cooking it with create more density. The perfect burger is considered to be medium rare, which can be accomplished with only four minutes on each side at medium-high heat.
Don’t overwork the meat. This can lead to a tough, dry burger. Gently form the ground beef into patties and avoid pressing down on the burgers while cooking. Our burgers are specially shaped to maximize juiciness upon cooking, with almost a "puffed up" middle for burger perfection--no extra turning and pressing required!
Let the burgers rest. Allow the burgers to rest for a few minutes after cooking to keep the juices inside and result in a juicier burger.
Elevate Your Burger with Toppings and Condiments
Once you’ve cooked your burgers to perfection, it’s time to add your favorite toppings and condiments such as:
- Classic toppings: Lettuce, tomato, pickle and onion.
- Cheese: American, cheddar, Swiss, blue cheese or even brie or pimento for a new experience.
- Condiments: Ketchup, mustard, mayo, barbecue sauce, sriracha, burger spread or truffle mayo.
- Unique toppings: Try avocado, bacon, pulled pork, fried egg, mushrooms, jalapeno or caramelized onions.
Next Level Serving Suggestions
To truly elevate your burger game, consider serving your burgers in a unique way like using Brioche buns or pretzel buns add an extra dimension of flavor, quartering your burgers to create sliders for a fun and interactive way to serve a crowd, or really elevate the burger making experience with a toppings bar to allow guests to customize their own burgers to their taste and dietary needs.
With Steakhouse Elite premium beef, you can take your burger to the next level and impress all your guests. Remember to choose high-quality beef in your favorite variety, cook with tips for the juiciest burger possible, and add your favorite toppings and condiments. With Steakhouse Elite Kobe-crafted beef, it's easy to elevate your burger experience! Find it at a store near you: Where to Buy Steakhouse Elite
What can we say? We're burger addicts. So just because the weather changes and the grill is covered in frost, doesn't mean we are willing to give up our Kobe-Crafted burger habit.
So when we want to enjoy a juicy, delicious burger but can't bear the thought of braving the icy outdoors, we do what desperate times require: we use our oven!
Winter food doesn't have to be boring, and burgers are the perfect comfort food to battle the cold, it just requires a small adjustment. Don't let the lack of a grill or warm weather keep you from enjoying your favorite food. When you opt for the tasty, perfectly-textured Steakhouse Elite burger, even an oven burger can be extraordinary!
How to Cook a Burger in the Oven
1. Preheat the Oven
The first step in cooking the perfect burger is to preheat your oven to 375°F. While the oven heats up, line a baking tray with parchment paper. This will prevent the burgers from sticking and make for easy clean-up.
2. Prepare the Patties--or Buy Ours!
Next, make the patties. Mix in salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic, and any other seasonings of your choice to your ground beef. Shape the beef into patties of even size. When shaping the patties, be careful not to overwork the beef as this causes tough burgers. Don't feel like bothering with all that? Pick up a four-pack of Steakhouse Elite, and the burger pressing is done for you!
3. Cook It Up
Get the patties onto the prepared baking tray and place them in the oven. Bake for 10-12 minutes, then flip the patties so that they cook evenly. As oven temperatures can vary, use a meat thermometer to determine the burgers' doneness. An internal temperature of 160°F indicates a well-done burger.
4. Add the Cheese.
For an extra treat, add a slice of cheese to the burgers during the final moments of baking. Cheddar and Swiss cheese work perfectly for this dish, but feel free to get creative with toppings.
5. Toast the Buns
While the burgers are cooking, you have time to toast the buns. Slice your burger buns in half and put them in the oven alongside the burgers. Be sure to keep an eye on them so they don't burn. Extra points for buttering the buns before toasting!
Don't let the wintery weather keep you from your burger addiction. With just a few modifications (no mittens and hats required), you can have a satisfying meal ready in no time by putting your Steakhouse Elite Kobe-Crafted pre-pressed burgers in the oven (find them at your local grocer).