Charcoal Companion CC5119 Stuff-a-Burger Press
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- Stuff burgers with fillings by your design
- Made of durable plastic that is dishwasher safe
- Easy to use desgin
- Makes a functional yet quirky gift for any griller or cook
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Top Customer Reviews
The bad news? It took a half-pound of of lean hamburger! As I said, this was smaller than the instructions called for-- if I'd followed them, it would have been a three-quarter pounder, not counting the filling.
I would love to see the company make a smaller version (although it may be that you need a certain amount of mass for the whole thing to hold together). I just can't see myself eating burgers the size of a Smart Car on a very frequent basis.
The sheer magnitude of the colossal burger also belies another problem: cooking. If you cook it like a normal burger it will be burnt on the outside, and raw on the inside. If you do decide to go this route, despite pleadings from your cardiologist not to, low heat, long cook.
A for idea, F for design. It is simply gluttonous and wasteful. I wanted to love it too. Spare yourself the letdown.
Big pocket for lotsa goodies.
4 stars only because the press has a tendency to hold onto the meat.
The only reason why I have to give this otherwise awesome product a mere three stars is because there is no way that I could the hamburger all the way through (being well done) with a standard stove. The bottom meat is small enough but the top half of the meat is way too thick to cook thoroughly through. I personally don't mind my hamburgers pink but I do not want my kids to eat there hamburgers (or any other type of meat) that is pink inside...
I love the idea of this product and I can see that a smaller stuff-a-burger press would more ideal to use and I should have listened to the other reviews here that warned about the hamburger being too big to cook properly.
I would strongly advise anyone and everyone to look for a smaller size of the stuff-a-burger.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been using this for a couple of years. It works OK, once it broke in half.
This is a poor design. the top part (that forms the pocket) is hollow. Read more
Not great. Meat sticks to inside of container, makes the process easier but not really worth the purchase. Plastic is decent quality, won't break super easy.Published 7 months ago by nathan
Love this,I make stuffed burgers for the family all the time and this just makes it so much easier.Published 8 months ago by Jonah A Schneider
Everyone thinks I'm a burger master when I present these at a party!. I've owned mine for two years and have lost count how many times I've used this bad boy. Read morePublished 11 months ago by George
Very good press,I rub a little olive oil on it so sticking is not a problem.
As for size, Well it is a large burger, so make just one and split it with 2 or 3 friends or... Read more
We purchased this at our local store. For those saying it makes a huge burger, they are correct. And, for the part that makes the pocket to actually "make the pocket" you... Read morePublished 13 months ago by H Pepperdine
I have tried to make a stuffed burger on my own and have had poor results. This is a good piece of kitchen gear.Published 16 months ago by M. Duesterhaus