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How to Cook Frozen Hamburger Patties on the George Foreman Grill

Charles loves to cook and enjoys trying new recipes every day. He specializes in recreating gourmet comfort food.

From Frozen to Gourmet With the Foreman Grill

From Frozen to Gourmet With the Foreman Grill

Preheating

Step 1.

Preheat the Foreman Grill. Start with a clean grill and make sure to have a flat, open area on your counter to place your grill. Plug in the grill. Most Foreman Grills will have a red and green indicator light. When the light turns green, you are all set to start grilling. For grills without an indicator light, I recommend waiting about five minutes before grilling.


Frozen Burgers on the George Foreman Grill

Frozen Burgers on the George Foreman Grill

Seasoning the Frozen Patties on the Grill

Step 2.

Grab your frozen hamburger patties and slap them on the grill. You should hear a nice sizzle as they hit the surface. Close the lid. After 2 minutes, lift the lid and season the patties with your favorite seasoning and close the lid. (It's best to apply the seasoning after the burgers have defrosted a little to prevent them from falling off.) I'm all about the basic salt and pepper. Feel free to apply your favorite seasonings at this time.

Toppings for the Burger

Toppings for the Burger

Cooking Time

Step 3.

I currently use the 2 Serving Copper Infused George Foreman Grill. Cooking times may vary slightly depending on the size of your frozen hamburger patties and which George Foreman Grill you are using. I will provide the cook times that work for me. You might have to adjust your cooking times a bit to suit your particular Foreman Grill and the size of your patties. For a typical 4 ounce frozen burger patty, I find that for medium, (pink in center), cook for 6 minutes. For well done, I try to not go past 8 minutes or the burgers will tend to dry out. You will be looking for a temperature of 160 degrees for well done if you have a instant read thermometer. The juices should run clear when the burgers are fully cooked. Remember to allow some time for melting the cheese if you opt for cheese. I usually wait to put the cheese on at the end of the cooking process. I generally unplug the grill while the cheese melts, this gives me time to set up my plate, toppings, and buns.


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My Favorite Frozen Hamburgers From Whole Foods Market

1. Pineland Farms Frozen Burger Patties

This 16 ounce package of four 4-100% beef patties can often be found on sale for only $4.49. Regularly $6.99. Grill these tasty burgers on the George Foreman Grill and feel good good doing it. These frozen burger patties contain no antibiotics or growth hormones. Made from 100% pure ground beef.

2. Meyer Angus Beef Frozen Burger Patties

Available at Whole Foods, this box of goodness brings you 32 ounces of premium Angus Beef. The package contains 8-frozen 100% Angus beef patties from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Bob Meyer raises his Angus Cattle without added hormones or antibiotics. A solid buy for only $9.95.

3. The Organic Meat Co. Frozen Beef Patties

If you enjoy the taste of organic, grass feed beef, then this 16 ounce package of 4-frozen burger patties are an excellent choice. Made from 100% grass fed beef, these burger patties are made in Australia by the countries largest organic beef processing company. These frozen burger patties are sustainable and fed a 100% organic, vegetarian diet. Perfect on the George Foreman Grill for non vegetarians like me.

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This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

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