Saturday, June 22, 2013

Burger Press Review

I reviewed the Burger Pocket Press, in exchange for honest review from Sublime Media Connection. The kit comes with four parts: the bowl to press the meat in (red); the part to help form the pocket (yellow); the part to help flatten/seal the pocket (yellow), and the part to get the burger out of the press, so you won't have to use your hands, like I did. *Note, this may not be the correct way to make the patty lol. This is what Stacie Did. Not only can you make stuffed burgers, you can make cup and flat patties too.

The correct way first:
The website also offers videos and pdf downloads of instructions. 
  1. Making a stuffed burger
  2. Making a flat burger
  3. Making a cup burger

Now on to what Stacie did: 

First, things first, read the instructions. I read them, and thought I had them down. I did good with the first burger, but then could not figure out how to get it out of the press. Used my hands.

Burger Pocket Press Set with Fix n'sSecond, consider ingredients for the stuffed burger. I did not go grocery shopping. I used things around the house. A few spices, some tomatoes, and cheese. Next time, ground chicken, tomatoes, sour cream, avocado, and cheese. Maybe some Pico De Gallo.I loved the burger press. definitely will use it in the future.


  1. It sounds like you had an amazing experience with the Burger Pocket Press.

  2. Oh yeah, it was fun learning. My niece also got involved.

  3. Stacie - I can't see some of your pictures (the last 6).


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