how to bake beef patties

DirectionsIn a bowl, combine the steak sauce and 2 tablespoons coating mix. Crumble beef over mixture and mix well. Shape into four 3-1/2-in. patties. Dip both sides of patties in remaining coating. … Bake at 350° until a thermometer reads 160°, about 20 minutes, turning once. Serve on buns with lettuce.

  1. In a bowl, combine the steak sauce and 2 tablespoons coating mix. Crumble beef over mixture and mix well. Shape into four 3-1/2-in. patties. Dip both sides of patties in remaining coating. …
  2. Bake at 350° until a thermometer reads 160°, about 20 minutes, turning once. Serve on buns with lettuce.

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The big game is right around the corner, and I’m dying to know what everyone is planning to eat. That’s right. I could care less who’s playing. It’s all about the food for me. I love a good chili con queso dip and I have to have my favorite caramelized onion dip.

But, we can’t forget the main event either, and to me, that means wings and burgers. I mean, who doesn’t love a good burger with a fruity, fizzy Lime-A-Rita while they’re watching the big game?

How to Cook Burgers in the Oven

Start by adding ground beef to a large bowl with my easy burger seasoning blend, or you can use whatever your favorite blend is. Here’s what’s in my mix:

  • Dried minced onion
  • Dried minced garlic
  • Fennel seeds that have been crushed (I place them inside a small baggie then crush with a meat mallet).
  • Salt
  • Black pepper

Mix the beef and seasonings with your hands until just combined.

How to Soften Gluten Free Buns

Let’s be real, gluten free buns are usually lacking in the soft and squishy department, but I have two tricks to make them more appetizing:

  • Toast the buns cut side up under the broiler until they’re golden brown and softened. Top with a cheeseburger patty and toppings then eat immediately.
  • Place a baked burger patty onto the bun then wrap in foil and place inside the hot oven for a few minutes. Softens them right up! We do this with both with my gluten free bun and the regular hamburgers buns the kids and Ben eat. Such a game changer!

Or you can always wrap the oven burgers in iceberg lettuce for a low carb bunless burger. It’s actually really good. 🙂

Step 2: Shape the Mixture into Patties

Divide the seasoned beef mixture into quarters then each quarter in half. Use your hands to shape 8 burger patties then place them on a sheet pan that’s been lined with foil and a piece of parchment paper. The parchment paper helps prevent splatters, in my experience.

DirectionsIn a bowl, combine the steak sauce and 2 tablespoons coating mix. Crumble beef over mixture and mix well. Shape into four 3-1/2-in. patties. Dip both sides of patties in remaining coating. Bake at 350° until a thermometer reads 160°, about 20 minutes, turning once. Serve on buns with lettuce.

FAQ

What temperature do you cook meat patties?

Cooking a burger patty to a safe internal temperature is important to prevent foodborne illness. The USDA recommends cooking ground beef to an internal temperature of 160°F (71°C). To achieve this, you can cook the patty on medium-high heat for about 3-4 minutes on each side.

Do you have to flip patties in the oven?

Do You Have to Flip Burgers in the Oven? No, and that’s the beauty of cooking burgers in the oven! Cooking them on a wire rack set inside a baking sheet allows the heat to get under the patty, which helps the air circulate and cook evenly without having to flip them.

How long to cook raw beef patty?

Doneness
Color
Cook Time (total)
Medium-Rare
red in the middle
6 minutes
Medium
pink in the middle
7-8 minutes
Medium-Well
smidge of pink
9 minutes
Well-Done
no pink
10 minutes

Is it better to bake or fry hamburgers?

Is it better to cook burgers in the oven or on the stove? It’s up to your personal preference! Baked burgers are a great, nearly hands-off cooking method that won’t fill your kitchen with the smell of frying beef. Pan-fried burgers, on the other hand, have the benefit of a tasty sear from the cast-iron skillet.

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