MiiKO Stuffed Burger Press with 20 Free Burger Patty Papers and Recipe E-Book - 3 in 1 Burger Press/Slider Press/Hamburger Maker

  • ULTIMATE 3-IN-1 BURGER MAKING TOOL- The MiiKO stuffed burger press is the ultimate burger making accessory, allowing you to create 3 unique burger types. You can get creative and opt for a delicious stuffed burger with your own choice of flavors and fillings. Secondly, you can make use of the handy slider utensil to create perfectly shaped party sliders. Or you can keep it simple and go for the traditional burger, with a 100% full meat patty.
  • INCLUDES 20 FREE WAX PAPER DISCS - You can avoid mess and fuss with these convenient non stick burger papers.
  • PREMIUM MATERIALS - The MiiKO stuffed burger press is made of high quality thick plastic. It is firm, stable and will not break after extended usage.
  • DISHWASHER SAFE, EASY TO USE AND CLEAN - Non-stick material makes for easy removal of fat grease and grime.
  • COMES WITH RECIPE E-BOOK - Contains 20 delicious easy to follow burger recipes including classic stuffed burgers, healthy vege burgers, and party friendly sliders (E-book sent via email following purchase)
Still going outside for those stereo typical greasy burgers which usually contain additives and preservative? Why not have completely control over your flavor and ingredients? Why not create your own premium gourmet burgers?
With the MiiKO gourmet stuffed burger press, you can have healthier, fresher homemade burgers by adding your favorite herbs, spices and fillings. Creating your own flavors means you can cater to everyone's taste! It's also a great way to get the whole family involved in
List Price: $ 15.50 Price: $ 11.49


  1. This video was very difficult to watch. It seems a simple process was made to be more complicated than it actually is. Very interesting but try not to make it sound so complicated.

  2. I love WC. I've made them just like you did too. The most difficult part was the rolling, I used parchment paper too. However, I found a cool video of a woman using a 1 gallon ziploc bag for 2 pounds of hamburger. She rolled it out, scored an imprint on both sides and froze it. Works like a charm! ?

  3. Good job on this. Although I have to point out that the reason they call them sliders is because of those dehydrated onions. Jus' sayin'

  4. kind of cross contaminating when u put the bun on the undercooked meat, made me feel slightly uncomftorable about this recipe


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