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I will agree with the Foreman grill. In my opinion, it doesn't work so well on chicken, but burgers work fantastic in it.
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I agree, grilling is the best. I buy ground sirloin as it is the leanest. If you cook this way often, you may want to invest in one of those George Foreman grills. It's pretty handy.
I also like getting lean ground turkey, cook it in the skillet, drain any grease and dump a can of Manwich in it. Very tasty and served with a side salad makes it a very easy meal to make.
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Grilling is the absolute easiest way. My hubby actually grilled the other night - it was super chilly. We have invested in an electric indoor grill that you can add liquid smoke to for flavor. When we are in a hurry the foreman grill works because it cooks from both sides at the same time - generally not as tender this way though.
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The leaner the beef the better. This information should be on the packaging. As for cooking it, do you have access to a grill? Grilling will allow the excess fat to drain off. You could also use a grill pan - this pan will have raised ridges on it's interior and the burgers will not be sitting in the fat as they cook.
I made turkey burgers for my family two nights using 99% lean ground turkey and simple seasonings (garlic powder, black pepper) and my family gobbled them up! Give it a try sometime!
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i never used a broiler so do you all have any other ideas? i don't think i would like a broiler cause i freak out if i don't know how to work it lol
Broil the burgers. Foil around your broiler grate..slit holes that math up with the grating. grease will drop down in the lower broiler pan.
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i know this isn't thr forum for this but i went on the forums for this and i can't create a question so i'm hoping you all can help me. i am going to cook hamburger patties today for my hubby and i don't want alot of grease in it. i got reg. hamburger don't know how much lean it is don't know how to check that. but i do know i have cooked it before and it is kinda bloody and it does have grease with it alot of it when i cook them on the stove in a iron skillet. i hate knowing that all that exercising i am doing is going down the drain when i eat this greasy hamburger. so if anyone has a idea please help