Whenever I grill burgers they never seem to have any taste. Do you know a good recipe?
– DJ Jayce
In fact Bossy does. Heat your grill to high. Take 20 ounces of ground sirloin and break the meat into loose, evenly distributed pieces on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Generously season the meat with kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, and 1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce.
Divide the meat into four portions. Form each into a ball by gently tossing it from one hand to the other. Do not press meat tightly together with the heels of your hands or clasp hands around it and watch it spurt through your fingers or bitch-slap it against the counter-top.
Gently form your ball into a patty about 3 inches wide and 1 inch thick. Place the patties on a tray. Now walk the entire thing over to your tall kitchen trashcan and dump.
Turn the grill off, jump in the car, and head over to Five Guys burgers. Don’t have one in your neighborhood? Consider ditching your fussy career in order to open a franchise. These are not Eddie Murphy’s welfare, green-pepper burgers. These old-fashioned sliders fit in the palm of your hand and come wrapped in greasy foil. You won’t be happy until you order enough to break the white take-out bag.
Don’t believe me? Just read this Japanese review: