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tigerbait2010
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Any tips on using a skillet to cook your burgers?



Any suggestions and tips would be greatly appreciated






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OTIS2
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NoLA
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re: Any tips on using a skillet to cook your burgers?


I like to get the skillet hot, get a good sear, then cut to medium heat and finish them.





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Wasp
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Member since Sep 2012
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re: Any tips on using a skillet to cook your burgers?


I like to cook in the oven on 500. Preheat skillet throw in burger and for a half pound burger about 10-12 minutes.





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fightin tigers
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Member since Mar 2008
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re: Any tips on using a skillet to cook your burgers?


quote:

Posted by OTIS2 I like to get the skillet hot, get a good sear, then cut to medium heat and finish them.


Same here. My heat might even be lower than medium.






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ewdij
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re: Any tips on using a skillet to cook your burgers?


the most definitive answer from one of the best sources

part 1

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fatboydave
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Fat boy land
Member since Aug 2004
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re: Any tips on using a skillet to cook your burgers?


get it hot..ask skillet





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AmosMosesAndTwins
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Lake Charles
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re: Any tips on using a skillet to cook your burgers?


No mention of the dimple yet.





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Zach
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Member since May 2005
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re: Any tips on using a skillet to cook your burgers?


Don't remember where I got the tip but it works. Get your skillet really hot. Then sprinkle some salt on it. Then put the patties down. Cover for a minute. Uncover, flip over and cover. The salt in the skillet stops sticking more than salting the patties when you form them.





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