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Grinding Meat: Your First Step to Best Burger Quest

by Alesha Wilson
(Wilmington, NC)

Anyone who is just yearning for comfort food after a long day’s work would only think of one thing — burgers. In any street corner you would find a burger chain that offers a unique flavor and juicy meat fit to your craving. However, there would come a time that you would just crave for something that your palate hasn’t tasted yet. And so, take a meat and dive into an exciting chore of grinding and cooking.

The best thing about creating your best burger recipe, from grinding to cooking, is that you are in control of how much spice and flavor you need to enhance it for your taste. You can also manage how coarse or fine you want to ground your meat into. A fine ground meat would be impeccable for a meat loaf or meatball recipe that would simply melt in your mouth.

Start your preparation by washing your hands clean and also washing the meat to drain the preservatives. Cut it into bits so that no bone fragments would trouble you along the way; and add little amounts of fat that would enhance the flavor in your recipe.

To check if your ground meat is on the right track, spread the ground meat on a flat surface and sprinkle and knead spices evenly into it. The first few tries may not be the perfect one yet but once you get your estimates right, the next batch of burgers would be a bliss.

Experimenting meat with different flavors and spices is a delightful journey in your quest to find the best burger recipe that suits your taste!


This tip is contributed by Alesha Wilson, a staff writer at RockwellNutrition.com. Rockwell Nutrition is a leading online retailer of Pharmax probiotics.

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