Hamburgers on Stoneware?

Discussion in 'Recipes and Tips' started by janetupnorth, Feb 18, 2007.

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  1. janetupnorth

    janetupnorth Gold Member

    I've made bacon on my stoneware but someone this week at a show said they cook hamburgers on their stoneware.

    Does anyone do that and know what temp/length of time for about medium-well?

    I don't make hamburgers in the winter because it is currently zero out and I'm not grilling...I don't eat them when they are cooked on the stove - yuk...

    ...but, I'm willing to try the oven...

    Anyone do this?
  2. I do mine in the grill pan on top the stove. They come out pretty good, with the grill lines and everything.
  3. janetupnorth

    janetupnorth Gold Member

    ...don't have a grill pan yet... :( But I'll keep that in mind!!!!
  4. My husband makes great tasting Hamburgers of the large bar pan in the oven.

    After I started with the PC it took my husband a while to understand everything about the stoneware but now HE LOVES ALL of IT

    When ever I have a chance to order something - when a host it close to the next level, I will get an order or two from family and friends add it to the host order and then I will spend the free stuff on me. My husband wants different stones

  5. janetupnorth

    janetupnorth Gold Member

    Do you know what temp/length he cooks at?
  6. BethCooks4U

    BethCooks4U Gold Member

    I use the grill press with the grill pan for hamburgers and steaks. They cook faster and the press stops the splatter.
  7. 350 and just depends on how big they are
  8. cmdtrgd

    cmdtrgd Gold Member

    Beth - be careful with the grill press on hamburgers. Since the meat has been ground, it is easier to lose moisture, and the press will speed that up.
  9. Shawnna

    Shawnna Gold Member are right about the press. At the restaurant I have one cook who has a tendency to put that press on the burger and leave it to long. It comes out dry and overcooked. She wants them to cook faster. But, it will work as long as you watch them.
  10. janetupnorth

    janetupnorth Gold Member

    Well, made them last night - 350 degrees for about 20 minutes. Better than on the stove top and better than the George Foreman grill but doesn't beat the REAL grill!
  11. I hate to go out side and grill when it is too hot or too cold... so I started putting the patties on the large bar pan and i bake them at 450 for about 30 minutes. No splattering and easy clean up
  12. I do this too. And love them like this. So far, I have not had a problem with them being dry.
  13. janetupnorth

    janetupnorth Gold Member

    Wow, either my oven is super efficient or yours are well done. There was no pink in mine and I only cooked them for 20 minutes...
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