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What you’ll need: A grill with fuel source, grill brush, oil, paper towel, tongs, spatula How you do it: If you didn’t clean your grill after the last time you used it (Shame on you! Put the burgers on the grill, but leave enough space to move them around in case of flare ups.
Depending on your equipment, that should give you a nice medium-rare interior, but adjust cooking times to your preference. Optional: Instead of sliced cheese, try topping it with a mixture of shredded cheese and diced onion.
What you’ll need: Large skillet or pan with cover, cooling rack, water How you do it: Put the rack in the pan.
You could even try making your own version of American cheese; Mark Mc Clusky shows you how in this episode of ’s My Go-To Dish video series.
Soft hamburger buns (skip brioche or crusty buns) work best with the simple flavors of these burgers.
(Now would also be a good time to turn on your exhaust fan if you have one.) As soon as the pan starts smoking a little it’s ready for the meat. Let one side of the burger get a nice crisp, about 3-5 minutes, and then flip. If you’re using cheese, put it on top with about a minute left and cover the pan until the cheese melts. Broil until you have a quality browning on the top, which should be about 3 minutes.
Gently place your burgers in the pan and enjoy the sizzle noise for a few seconds before you step back and wait. Optional: If you want different temperature burgers, tent individual burgers for cheesing with aluminum foil instead of covering the entire pan. What you’ll need: Broiler, broiling pan or sheet tray with lip, foil, sturdy spatula How you do it: Set your broiler rack a few inches below the heat source and preheat to high. Flip the burgers–this is where the spatula comes in–and broil for around an additional 3 mins.
What to buy: Fat equals flavor and moisture, so buy high-quality chuck with a fat content of 15 to 20 percent.
While American cheese is standard in a Juicy Lucy, other cheeses that melt well, such as mild cheddar or pepper jack, can be substituted.
This grilling season, don't let them hold you back.
Right those wrongs, and eat better home-grilled burgers.
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