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Bellemain Burger Press Non-Stick Hamburger Patty Maker Makes 4 1/2" Patties, 1/4lb to 3/4lb
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- Makes burger patties from 1/4" to 1 1/2" thick
- Patty diameter 4 1/2"
- Spring-loaded pusher for easy patty removal
- Non-stick coating for quick, complete patty release
- Heavy-duty aluminum housing
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No more digging frozen boxes of beef from the bottom of the deep freeze. Next time BBQ season rolls around, you’ll be ready with Bellemain’s spring loaded hamburger maker. And actually, from hamburgers to crab cakes—sausage patties to veggie burgers—everything tastes better when it’s made by the chef who cooks it.
Bellemain’s premium burger press is made for professional kitchens, and helps you get the most out of your patties.
- Spring-loaded patty release
- Variable patty thickness
- Non-stick coating
- Heavy-duty construction
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Using this press and the Carnation Patty Paper, I was able to make my own patties to my own thickness with my own add-ins, and they were great! I tool about 10 pounds of ground beef, added in a few packs of onion soup mix and some eggs, mixed it all up like a meatloaf, then using a big tablespoon, I place one of the patty papers on the bottom of the press, spoon on a dollop of my hamburger mix, place a piece of patty paper on top and press. Voila! Perfect patties. We grilled them on our Broil King Keg grill and they turned out awesome! I definitely recommend this press to anyone who wants to grill burgers on your regular grill grate without the hassle of them falling apart. We did freeze the patties before we grilled them, too. Also, we vacuum sealed the patties we didn't grill for safe-keeping in the deep freeze.
I had the following criteria for what I considered the optimum press
1. Ease of use.
Truthfully, this press is super easy to use. I wanted 1/2 lb burgers, so I weighed out the burger on a small kitchen scale. I then took other reviewers advice and placed a piece of wax paper on the bottom, tossed in the burger ( loosely) put another wax paper on top and pressed. The result was a pretty uneven burger. I then tried compressing it slightly into a ball in my hand, and tried again. Worked like a charm. Word of advice, use wax paper on top and bottom to prevent sticking. 5 stars for ease of use
This was an easy one. The burger press has a 4 1/2" diameter and the depth is set using the lock screw on top. Once you have determined the desired thickness, had no issues with uniformity. According to some reviews, it has been stated that the lock screw sometimes loosens up, allowing the burger thickness to vary. I had no issues. 5 stars for uniformity
This is a solid metal cast piece. Not plastic parts and a metal spring on the ejector. Actually, it seems quite stout andsturdy. Had no issues with tipping over when opened or when compressing. o far 5 stars for durability.
4. Easy clean up.
Tear down for cleanup is pretty straight forward. Take of the lock nut and the top compression plate comes right out. If you used wax paper, cleaning this is a breeze. Reassembly is where I take a star off. hen reinserting the compressor rod and plate, the spring goes on before the lock nut. I'm probably not the most coordinated, so I have just a little trouble getting the lock nut tightened when the spring is under tension. 4 stars forr ease of clean up.
All in all, this was just what I was wanted in a burger press and am pleased with the purchase.
I'd give it five stars if it were just a bit more easy to get consistent results as some patties just aren't as well formed even though the weight of the meat was the same as the one I did right before it.
Here are some tips: Weigh your burgers rather than use ice cream scoups. You need to make one big ball before you press it into a burger. If you use two scoups and combine them horizontally you get a weak joint after you form the burger (better to combine them vertically). Adjust the volume of the press so that it's larger than the final burger thickness. (It's the meat that determines how thick the burger is.)
Cleanup is a snap in the dishwasher (I don't use auxialliary heat) but you need to unscrew the plunger knob, remove the spring (dont lose it) and take out the plunger to thoroughly clean the device. Putting it all back together takes 10 seconds.