My local grocery store brought in frozen Snake River Farms Kobe Beef Patties as a customer requested item. I decided to pick up a couple of packages, despite the price ($8.99 for two ½ pound patties). I have heard that Kobe beef is really good and finally had the chance to see for myself. Granddaughter Emily is visiting tonight so we made four Kobe Beef Burgers, one for each of us, including Tucker. He is probably one of the few pooches in the area to have Kobe beef for dinner. He's that special.
We really enjoyed the burgers. You can tell the difference in the texture and juiciness of the beef. There are none of those little chewy bits that we all hate to encounter in a burger. I cooked the meat on my indoor grill after thawing. We enjoyed our Kobe Beef Burgers with all the usual condiments and produce. Delicious.
May I suggest you try our Mushroom Swiss burgers too?
Kobe Beef Burgers
- Skillet or grill pan
- 2 Kobe Beef Patties
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 2 Hamburger Buns
- 2 Cheddar cheese slices
- Leaf lettuce
- Slided tomato
- Sliced onion
- Dill Pickle slices
- Season both sides of the patty with salt and pepper. Place the patties on a hot grill or grill pan. Allow to cook on one side until nicely seared. Flip the patty over and cook the other side.
- Lay a slice of cheese on top. Remove the patty from the heat when the cheese melts.
- This beef is best served medium rare to retain the juices and not dry out. Of course this is entirely your choice as is the toppings you add.
- Toast the buns lightly on the grill when you remove the meat and add your favorite burger toppings.
Approximate nutrition information is provided as a convenience and courtesy only. You are encouraged to do your own calculations if precise data is required.
We take every effort to ensure that the estimated meal cost per serving is accurate. We use a meal cost analysis application that estimates the cost of a recipe based on groceries purchased at a Walmart store in my geographical area, northern California.