Go bold with ButcherBox burgers. With a clean, robust taste, they have a ratio of 80% meat to 20% fat – a healthy option for a typically unhealthy food. Plus, they’re made with 100% grass-fed and grass-finished beef. Even your grill will know the difference.
You may know the ins and outs of burgers, but how did this classic get its name? The term “hamburger” is related to a dish of minced meat known as the “Hamburg Steak.” It was popularized in late 19th-century NYC by the Delmonico Hotel.
How do you cook up the undisputed symbol of American cuisine? We like to keep ours simple with salt, pepper, garlic, and a little mustard powder. See our favorite grass-fed beef burger recipe below.
- 4 ea ButcherBox Burger Patties
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp ground black pepper
- Preheat grill. If using open flame, wait for flames to die down. Right before grilling, make sure grill surface is extremely hot, then rub it down with an oil-soaked rag – we advise using tongs to hold the rolled-up rag.
- For medium-rare, grill for 4 minutes per side, while rotating 90° every 2 minutes. Keep your meat moving to ensure that it cooks evenly. Remove from grill when meat thermometer inserted into patty reads 120°F.
- Rest for at least 8 minutes. Serve with you favorite burger toppings!