There are heatwaves hitting across the world at the moment with the UK hitting some record temperatures on the mercury count.
As sticky, hot and difficult the heat can be, there’s still nothing quite like taking your whole dining set-up outside for some juicy burgers on the Grill.
With this in mind, we wanted to share this clever, quick and simple tip for cooking up a perfectly juicy burger, even when you’re manning a grill stacked with patties.
Apparently, one of the best ways to keep your meat moist and stop a burger from going dry, according to chef Graham Elliot and tested by Tech Insider, is to simply place an ice cube on top of each burger as they cook.
This juicy burger recipe allows you to cook the burger at the desired, high temperature for some of that lovely lovely caramelized goodness, while maintaining a nice centre packed with succulent meat juices.
Cooking a juicy burger has never been simpler with this trick, for those who want full frontal flavor, we suggest replacing the ice cub with butter and going full flavor.
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