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"STUFZ" Burgers

post #1 of 19
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My daughter got me this burger stuffer for my birthday.  Tried it out and it worked pretty good.  Used 1 lb of ground beef for two stuffed burgers.  One was stuffed with onions, mozzarella cheese and mushrooms.  The other with onions, pickles, cheddar and mushrooms.


 I took my one lb of beef and broke it into 1/4 lb balls.  Placed one in the stuffer and close and press.  Then you turn the top to release the center, push down again and you now have a pocket to place your stuffings.








Now capped with other pattie.




Burger two





Burger two complete




After grilling using sear and hold method




Internal pics not so good but here they are cut open





The burgers were very good.  The sutffings stayed inside.  You had to seal up the edges good, but overall, I'd call it worthwile.  There is a learning curve, but once you get the hang of it, it works well.  By the way, it is called "STUFZ".


Thanks for looking.


post #2 of 19

That's pretty cool, Where'd she get it?  Thoose burgers look great too.  I bet a piece of bacon wrapped around the side would be really good too.

post #3 of 19

Great birthday gift!


I second daddyzaring's post

post #4 of 19

Gotta have one !!!

post #5 of 19

Wow what a deal 1/2 lb burgers and with all the goodies you can add.

Need one or two myself...(the presses then I can make the burger)

Good job on the cooking of the burgers also..

This could have been a "Throw Down" for the 4th with the plate and food .

Edited by smokey paul - 6/28/10 at 4:45pm
post #6 of 19

Whoooaaahhhh where do I get one of those presses? Do you have a brand name at all? I need one!!!!!!!!!! PM me if you have any additional information. Thanks.

post #7 of 19

Very cool burger press!

post #8 of 19

I'm in love

post #9 of 19
Thread Starter 

Not having much luck finding out more about it on the internet.  Will find out from my daughter where she found it, but it is a nifty little tool.  Now I just have to get creative with it.  Thanks for the comments.

post #10 of 19

Looks like it's a new invention




But the website they list is down.


This looks like a competitors product that produces similar results



post #11 of 19

Very nice tool and hard to find just like you said. When you find out where she got it let us know.

post #12 of 19

Thats cool...  Please keep us posted..

post #13 of 19

I really like your stuffed burgers. They are something else too. We have been making them for a while now. Once that you have had one you to will be hooked like us.

post #14 of 19
post #15 of 19
Thread Starter 

HookUp, that is the item, and it is eerie that you found an article from a paper in my area, a local paper at that.  The guy is even from my town.  But like I said, I had trouble finding the right website until Pineywoods hooked us all up with what looks like the right link.  That is my burger press.  It is as awesome as it seems. And Mballi, you are right, they are great and I am hooked.  

post #16 of 19

Just bookmarked it so I can order a couple tomorrow - thanks

Wife is gonna love another toy arriving at the house 

post #17 of 19

I like it and tried to order but it said a problem with the web site?

Let us know when it is repaired please.

got several ideas for stuffz burgers.

post #18 of 19

website for STUFZ is up an running.  WWW.STUFZ.NET

post #19 of 19

yes, tech error has been fixed.  www.stufz.net.


best burgers around!!!

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