Thursday, March 20, 2014

Bellemain Adjustable Burger Press Review


Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

 
We recently got to try something that I have always wondered about called a Burger Press and this one was by a company called Bellemain and this particular burger press also had an Auto Expeller.
 
 Main Features:
  • Makes burger patties from 1/4" to 1 1/2" thick
  • Patty diameter 4 1/2"
  • Spring-loaded pusher for easy patty removal
  • Non-stick coating for quick, complete patty release
  • Heavy-duty aluminum housing

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    I hate to admit it, but making hamburger patties is not my favorite thing to do. I just don't like the feel those things, those this Burger Press was like a godsend for me. They make really nice, even ones that are nice and thick and all come out the same size, which if you have kids, is really important so one doesn't think you are playing favorites. It also helps in talking other people to help out, too!

    Spring-Loaded Pusher: With many burger presses, the patty sticks inside the housing, and is difficult to remove. But the Bellemain’s top presser plate has a plunger mechanism that lets you push the patty out onto the lower plate — no muss, no fuss
     
     
    The other neat thing I liked, is that they include these parchment like papers, so that you are able to separate the burgers once they are done, to keep them from sticking to each other, if you need to make them up ahead and not worry about having to pull them apart later!

    Now, whether you are making hamburgers, stuffed hamburgers, sausage patties or even crab cakes I think that this will do the job nicely. Gosh, I bet you will have lot's more idea's on how to use this Burger Press the more time you have to use it. I now I am going to be playing around and see what all I can make.
     
    Another thing you are going to like about this Burger Press is that it has a non-stick surface that helps keep patties intact during removal, and speed cleanup as well! You can wash all parts by hand in warm, soapy water for years of trouble-free use.
     
     
    I figured out a way to make more of these papers if you run out, just cut up some parchment paper or even wax paper if you can't find any of these already made. That way you can stack and freeze as many burgers as you would like without them sticking together.
     
    Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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