Home Angus Burger Hamburger Recipes : How to Make Juicy Hamburgers on the Stove Top Angus Burger Hamburger Recipes : How to Make Juicy Hamburgers on the Stove Top January 16, 2017 89 19 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter RELATED PRODUCTS: RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Angus Burger Lupe Fiasco- Double Burger with Cheese Angus Burger Burger without Bread – KFC Double Down Angus Burger Xin Chào Bút Chì | Tập 61: Quái vật Hamburger 19 COMMENTS Yuk. That's gross looking. Way underdone. I don't like to see any pink at all in a burger. Reply There are so many problem with this and his method of cooking. First u cook a burger 4-5 min each side and u can flip a burger more than once. It has actually been proven that flipping a burger more than once actually provides a more evenly cooked burger also notice that he lets it rest for 1 min then he cuts it and u can see all the juices spill out meaning that he did not rest it long enough. Every real chef that know what there doing will tell u when u rest a burger do not place it on the bun to rest ,and to let it rest between 3-5 min before cutting into it so it retains it juices and flavor. Now all we need is someone to send this kid back to school because he knows absolutely fuck all about cooking! Reply "Learn ur meat. One u learn it you'll have it forever" Reply Did these people sleep through 1993, when Jack in the Box killed 3 kids and hospitalized over 700 folks with undercooked burgers? This a seriously stupid video and a retarded "Chef" Reply that is disgusting. raw meat. Reply i understand medium rare, but u can see the instant color change, a medium rare burger is supposed to have a gradual color change and this is still raw, not correctly "pinked" Reply That was pretty pink inside…I'd cook it a little longer…my dad would eat it though that's perfect for him Reply "Knock the horns off and wipe its ass"….my dad eats raw beef Reply This is a medium rare burger. I eat these all the time. They are delicious. The only thing he did wrong was putting it on the bun to rest. You let it rest on some towels on a plate for a minute and THEN transfer it to a bun. That prevents the bun from becoming soggy. Other than that, this is perfect. Reply he lacks knowledge Reply Lol all these comment section scientists don't know what the term "medium-rare" means. Reply uhhhno ty.. i will not eat any burger with red coloration in it… Hamburger meat n Steak are different…. Reply Not cook at all.. Reply Not cook at all.. Reply you should've just cook it with low heat your method is wrong Reply you are not a chef. u should be fired. what an idiot Reply wow Reply that looks good Reply Learn your meat. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.