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Frozen Burgers in My Ninja

Bearcarver

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Frozen Burgers in My Ninja




It’s been awhile for these Quarter Pounders, and Me & the She Bear have come to like them.
These Burgers are so Quick & Easy, I slide them into the Rotation whenever we have an opening.

So I just throw 6 Frozen patties in, and since they don’t quite fit, I lay 2 slightly on top of 2 others.
Then after a minute or 2 the shrinking of the thawing burgers makes them fit perfectly.
Then they can continue to Grill Perfectly.

So I set it for “Grill”, which defaults to “HI”, and I set it for 20 minutes (to make sure it doesn’t stop on me).
Then I close the top, which starts the Preheating. Then it's time to add the Burger Patties.
At about 5 minutes, I flipped them all over, and cooked for another 3 minutes.
With about 20 seconds left, I put a slice of Provolone on the 2 I’m going to have tonight.

The rest is in the Captions above each Picture Below:

Thanks For Visiting!

Bear


6 Quarter Pounders; These are so big, Six don't quite fit, so I just slightly Piggy-back 2 of them for a couple minutes:
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After 2 minutes, they all fit fine, and only lost a little of their Grill Marks:
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Melting some Provolone on my first 2 Burgers:
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Bear's first Supper, with 2 Burgers, with Mustard:
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Second Night's Supper Added some Sliced Baked Tater, Fried in Butter:
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Bear's Second Night's Supper, with Mustard & Mrs Bear's BBQ Sauce:
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Bear's Third Night's Supper with Dill Stackers, Provolone, & Mustard:
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I still find it hard to believe these Frozen Burgers are Sooo Good Tasting!!! MMMmmmm...............
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Looks good Bear.


My wife bought me a ninja xl for christmas. I have yet to use it.
 

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Those look great Bear! What brand are they? I'd like to try them.
 

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They look very good. We buy the Silver T Angus Beef and Beef Patties from Wegmans. They are surprisingly good. Are these the same?
 

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Looks good Bear.


My wife bought me a ninja xl for christmas. I have yet to use it.

Thank You Rick!!
I've been working on a starter list of Things I've done with my Ninja so far, and I should be posting it & putting it in my Step by Step Index soon.
And Thanks for the Like!

Bear
 

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Wow Bear those look great and very tasty ! Gotta get me a ninja
 

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Looks tasty Bear! I could go for one right now for sure.
 

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Man, those burgers sure look good, but what really caught my eye are those sliced baked taters fried in butter. I make them most times I have leftover baked potatoes (I typically ensure I have at least a few leftovers), and they are a favorite of mine for breakfast topped with a fried egg or two.

Back to the burgers, were they better when prepared in the Ninja rather than cooked the usual way, or is the Ninja a good way to save time cooking?
 

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Good looking burgers there Bear!
You sure are working that Ninja hard!
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They look very good. We buy the Silver T Angus Beef and Beef Patties from Wegmans. They are surprisingly good. Are these the same?

Thank You Steve!!
I stayed away from buying these Pre-made Patties for Many Years, for probably the same reason most of us have (They can't be any good!!). Now I wish I would have tried them sooner. This was the only thing good about this Pandemic---It got me to get things like this, order it & Pick it up!
And Thanks for the Like.

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I've read enough of your posts to know you have a pretty good sense of what's good Bear! I've seen these somewhere local but can't recall which supermarket. Can you post who manufactures these and where you get them at?

I won't eat ground beef from a store but I will try a frozen patty occasionally - usually with great disappointment. One of my chains put vidalia onion Bubba burgers on clearance about 4 months ago and I liked those, especially at 6$ a box. I went back and bought every box I could find at 2 different stores (4 total) and just polished them off last night! Air fried is the way to go on these things. They do take a while to cook all the way
 

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I've read enough of your posts to know you have a pretty good sense of what's good Bear! I've seen these somewhere local but can't recall which supermarket. Can you post who manufactures these and where you get them at?

I won't eat ground beef from a store but I will try a frozen patty occasionally - usually with great disappointment. One of my chains put vidalia onion Bubba burgers on clearance about 4 months ago and I liked those, especially at 6$ a box. I went back and bought every box I could find at 2 different stores (4 total) and just polished them off last night! Air fried is the way to go on these things. They do take a while to cook all the way


Thanks for the Compliment,
Our favorite ones are the Quarter Pound "Brooklyn Steakhouse Burgers",
I posted in Post #6 above. I get them at "Giant Food Store".

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Man, those burgers sure look good, but what really caught my eye are those sliced baked taters fried in butter. I make them most times I have leftover baked potatoes (I typically ensure I have at least a few leftovers), and they are a favorite of mine for breakfast topped with a fried egg or two.

Back to the burgers, were they better when prepared in the Ninja rather than cooked the usual way, or is the Ninja a good way to save time cooking?

Thank You Pete!!
Actually The Burgers could be better over wood or Charcoal, but not worth my struggling to get in & out with oxygen & other problems. These are better than any other way I've ever had, and I don't have to go far.
Yes they are quick too, and Mrs Bear says the Non-stick really is a breeze to clean.
Note: Oxygen & Fire are not a good mix.
And Yes we always plan an extra Baked Tater for my next day slices.
And Thanks for the Like.

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Good looking burgers there Bear!
You sure are working that Ninja hard!
Al


Thank You Al !
I'm washed up---Ninja's taking over!
And Thanks for the Like.

Bear
 

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