A burger patty is a flat, round, and typically ground meat portion that is used as the main filling in a hamburger or cheeseburger. It is one of the key components of a traditional hamburger. The most common type of meat used for burger patties is ground beef, but you can also find burger patties made from other meats like turkey, chicken, pork, or even vegetarian options made from plant-based ingredients.
It is important to keep the percentage of each of the meat cuts.
Weigh 189 g of beef brisket, 243 g of chuck, and 108 g of beef fat
Mix the meat cuts and form 3 equal-sized meatballs
Move the meat balls to a hot griddle and drizzle with olive oil
Press the meat balls and add salt to taste
Flip them so both sides are golden. The burger patties are ready
Yield 180 g
Beef Fat108 g
Olive Oilto drizzle