183/18 – Wagyu Burgers #2:
I cooked Wagyu Burgers the week before but the plastic cheese didn’t melt so they didn’t look as good as I wanted so I cooked them again with proper cheese!
2x150g Japanese A4 grade Wagyu Burgers for £12.95. Not sure why but I thought there was 4 burgers but there are 2 per pack. That’s quite expensive for a burger but they are quite special so it was worth it!
A full chimney of Oxford Charcoal Oak Lumpwood poured into the Napoleon Pro 22.
Grill grates inverted to run as a griddle, left to heat up then burgers on to cook.
Oak smoked cheese into the raclette thing Snowdonia Cheese sent me and some onions on a pan.
After a few minutes I flipped the burgers, what a crust! The cheese was melting well too.
The burgers were looking great! At 60c I took them off.
I slid the cheese onto my burger.
Time to Eat:
My usual burger sauce, burger, home cured treacle bacon, onions and more burger sauce. Much better!
£12.95 for 2 burgers is a fair whack but they were really tasty. Strong taste of aged beef but incredibly juicy. Really, really good.
The cheese was much better this time, the burger looked great!
|Cook Duration:||Short: 2/5|
|Cook Equipment:||Napoleon Pro 22|
|Cook Method:||Inverted Grill Grates|
|Charcoal:||Oxford Charcoal Oak|
|Cook time:||10 minutes|
|Internal temperature:||58c Thermapen|
|Notes:||Don’t use plastic cheese!|
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