Meat will continue to cook even we you move it away from a direct flame. To ensure that you meat comes out perfect every time, only heat half your grill. Cook over the flame, then move to the cooler side to finish cooking and rest while you get started on new items.
This may initially sound strange, but adding ice to your burger patty will help the meat stay juicy and moist while cooking. A plain ice cube will work just find, or you can step up the flavor a notch by making seasoned cubes using 1 cup beef broth and seasonings of choice (salt, pepper, garlic and onion powder, cayenne pepper, Cajun seasoning, etc.). Simply mix, freeze in an ice cube tray, then stuff into your ground beef before cooking.
While you may know that wood chips can infuse great flavor to your BBQ, so can fresh herbs! Use an use basil, bay leaves, black currant, fennel, sage, sweet cicely, rosemary, or make a blend such as thyme and mint or orange peel and fresh garlic. Each will impart an unique and amazing flavor to really elevate your food. Find out what flavor each herb will impart by checking here.
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