Burgers, Patties, and Fish Cakes

January 25, 2011 at 3:14 pm Leave a comment

I find using the rim part of a mason jar lid the perfect tool to make well shaped and perfectly proportioned burgers and patties. The wide mouth version works well for sandwiches and the smaller size perfect for sliders or a side dish.

Line the band with plastic wrap and fill. Couldn’t be simpler. The plastic wrap and hole in the lid make for easy lifting.

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