- Steak Weight
- Ultimate Smash Burger Spatula
- Both a Spatula and Bacon/Steak Weight
- 12 Gauge 304 Stainless Steel and Micarta Handle
- Dishwasher Safe
A spatula reinvented. Regular Spatula Large Meat Spatula Burger Press Steak Weight. It is made of 12 Gauge 304 Stainless Steel. Made with a Micarta handle. It weighs 1.86 pounds making it heavy enough to be used as a steak weight. Also with this spatula you are able to lift even a full rack of ribs! Not only is this a durable spatula but it is also dishwasher safe and very easy to clean! The circle on the back part of the spatula makes it unlike any other spatula out there and perfect for flipping around to make the perfect smash burger. Also the weight of this spatula makes it double as a steak weight. With edged sides it can easily slide under any thing being prepared including stir fry, rice , and even eggs over easy! This was designed and perfected by BBQ Hack who also has multiple other products that make your grilling experience that much more enjoyable! BBQ Hack also is continuing to produce products that will pair well with pellet grills and others alike! Here is just one example of the smash burger process. Making the perfect smash burger is all about timing. Turn on the griddle. I used my griddle for these smash burgers. This recipe is pretty versatile, so it can also be made on a BBQ Hack Skillet on your grill or your stovetop. Preheat to medium-high heat. Make the patties. Divide your meat into 8 even patties. You can use a kitchen scale if desired, or simply eyeball the amount. You should end up with 1/4 pound patties. Then use the Spatula Hacks back side for a perfect press. Make the burger sauce. Mix mayonnaise, BBQ sauce, and minced pickles together in a small bowl. Add more BBQ sauce as needed to get a nice, rosy pink colored sauce. Griddle the burgers. Place the clarified butter on the griddle or in the skillet. Place the onions on the griddle and cook until they are beginning to caramelize. Divide them into 8 piles. Place a burger patty right on top of the onions.