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How to Cook Hamburgers on a Gas Grill #BurgerWorld

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Grilling hamburgers is one of the easiest ways to enjoy a gas grill. With the right equipment, you can enjoy juicy burgers that are done to perfection every time. Follow these steps and master the gas grill in no time.

Instructions:

Things You’ll Need:
• Thin, slotted metal spatula
• Grill brush or grill scraper

Step1
Start with a clean grilling surface. Fire up the grill and preheat for at least 10 minutes before setting the burgers to cook.

Step2
Use quality ground beef with enough fat content to be flavorful. Talk to the butcher about which ground meat makes the best burgers.

Step3
Allow the meat to rest on the counter and lose some of its chill before making the patties. Use a food scale if necessary to create uniform burgers that cook evenly. Shape each meat patty with a small concave center so that the burger flattens when it's cooking.

Step4
Set the burgers on the grill and leave them undisturbed for at least 3 minutes to form grill marks. Turn the burgers with a thin slotted spatula when they are cooked halfway through.

Step5
Remove the burgers from the flame when they are 75 to 85 percent cooked through with an internal temperature of approximately 165 degrees F, which is medium-well to well done. Set the burgers on the upper shelf of the grill or remove them to a platter and cover with aluminum foil and allow them to finish cooking.

Step6
Scrape the grill to remove any fat or burned on residue before adding more burgers. Maintain the temperature of the grill.


Tips & Warnings:

• Ground meat should be cooked through with an internal temperature of about 165 degrees F for safety purposes.


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