3. Season Inside the Meat
If you’re cooking a fairly thick patty, only seasoning the outside means you’re missing out on flavor opportunity! Add seasoning to the meat before it’s formed into patties – it makes a world of difference!
4. Don’t Forget the Dimple
If you want your burger patty to retain consistent thickness while it cooks, push your thumb down in the middle and make a dimple in the meat just after it goes into the pan. This simple trick will keeps it from becoming a giant meatball that you can’t get your mouth around.
5. Oil the Grill
If you’re cooking a burger on your stovetop, you’re likely to remember to oil the pan or griddle, but on a grill, many people forget this important step. Pour oil onto a paper towel and hold it with tongs to transfer the oil onto the hot grill.SKM: below-content placeholder