alywoah
2 years ago5,000+ Views
You know how burgers shrink when you cook them? Instead of these perfect-round shaped patties that you crafted yourself, they become these awkward, small, patties. Where did the meat go!? Yeah, well they don't have to shrink.
To avoid your burger from shrinking, all you need to do is make a hole in the burger patty before setting it to cook.
When you create a hole in your burger, it will keep your burger flat while it's cooking. The hole doesn't need to be large -- it should be the size of a quarter. I am not sure of the science behind it, but it works!
Who's making me a burger?
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I like the tiny white Castle burgers I got from NY, but when I want a real burger I don't want it to shrink. I'll have to try this out, thanks for the tip!
2 years ago·Reply
i had white castle the other day. they are so good. @k8wnba20
2 years ago·Reply
@alywoah aren't they? little things are jam packed and have a lot of flavor.
2 years ago·Reply
Ok, I am really wondering if this actually works right now. I'm gonna have to give it a try.
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