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5 things to know for grilling the perfect, juicy burger on a propane grill

Added 06-28-22 05:04:03pm EST - “Stop burning your burgers on propane grills. Here are some easy steps to keep those burgers juicy and delicious.” - News.yahoo.com


Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From News.yahoo.com: “5 things to know for grilling the perfect, juicy burger on a propane grill”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

When the weather starts warming up, people across the country start busting out the grills. Barbecuing is an American pastime and synonymous with summer. But that doesn't mean it's easy. Nothing can ruin a cookout like charred burgers that look more like hockey pucks than a tasty dinner.

Start by forming your hamburger patties ahead of time and letting them chill in the fridge for at least 30 minutes. The fridge time will help the burger cook more evenly and trap the juices inside.

While that's happening, brush the burgers with a high-heat oil. Oils like grapeseed oil or vegetable oil can withstand higher temperatures before burning than butter or olive oil. After brushing oil on the burgers, you can add salt, pepper and whatever other spices you want.

After the grill and its grates are hot, turn a section off and put your burgers there, avoiding direct flame under the burger. When the burgers are on the hot grates away from the flames, you avoid flare-ups.

Then close the grill and let the burgers cook. The time it will take to cook the burgers varies by how hot the grill is, how big the burgers are and how you want them cooked. Usually, burgers take between two and five minutes per side to cook. The less time, the rarer the meat.


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