YY0024 Robinson

Tastee-Ring Hamburger Press

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Rated 4.5 out of 5, based on 8 reviews
SKU: YY0024
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Tired of burgers that bulge up, never cook uniformly and shrink in size? Our ring design is so special, it's patented! Patties cook faster and more evenly while retaining juices, virtually eliminating cracking and warping. The grooves hold in juices to improve taste! Each press is molded food grade, high-impact plastic and is 5-3/4" in diameter. Top rack dishwasher safe. Instructions and recipes are included with each press. Lifetime warranty.
Not bad - has issues
Jun 5, 2007  |  By Tami
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"I've had this press for many years and I still use it regularly, however ... I always wish for something better when I do though! LOL It makes great burgers, but getting them out of the press is a challenge most of the time. One tip is to use a nonstick spray between each press. If at all possible have a helper to do the spraying - or you'll have to clean your hands constantly as you switch from task to task (or wind up with a very greasy can of Pam!). Even with this step, getting them to just fall out can be an arduous task at best. The higher the fat content of your meat, the more they tend to stick. I make up a LARGE batch of burger mix (meat, seasoning, onions, Worcestershire sauce, etc.). I next weigh the mix into uniform size balls (usually 5 ounces each). After that, I get my helper to do the spraying of Pam and just keep going until all of the mix is formed into patties. The patties then get vacuum sealed and frozen. It's a pain, but when we're done, we have a supply of burgers on hand at all times and don't have to worry about it again for a couple of months. Another great tip that I love to share with those who like their burgers well-done (like me!) is to make a hole in the center of the patty before freezing it. I just stick my finger into it while it's in the burger press and give it a twirl. I then flatten the hole's edges and freeze them along with the others. The hole should be between the size of a penny and a nickel. This makes the well-done burgers grill in the same amount of time as the medium rare ones. The hole helps the middle of the burger cook faster and there's no yucky, red, and bloody meat inside afterward. By the time you need to put the cheese on top, the hole will have closed up due to the shrinkage process. Try it!"

easy fix for sticking
Aug 7, 2007  |  By Marilyn
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"I solved the sticking problem with a piece of plastic wrap on the bottom, put in the ball of hamburger, pressed, and pulled it out with the plastic wrap. Then reused the plastic wrap for the next one. Been using one of these for years and love it."

Best Hamburger Mold
Jun 11, 2008  |  By J. Countiss
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This is the most simple and inexpensive hamburger molds you can buy and the burgers turn out great. Easy to store and clean. You can make a big juicy hamburgers of uniform size. The ridges help keep the moisture in. You can use a piece of plasic wrap on bottom or I just turn it over in the palm of my hand and tap it out. Teenagers love my burgers! I'm buying 2 more for family members.

Firehouse Favorite
Jul 15, 2008  |  By Annie
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We love this press. We have had it for a while and use it all the time. The meat does stick but we put plastic wrap on it and make the burgers with out them sticking. Recomend this product!!!

Awesome
Mar 20, 2009  |  By Bob Stoops
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"This thing is great! Perfectly molded, uniform and juicy burgers time and time again. What a whiny bitch that awarded only two stars. Mold them with your hand then, you baby! BTW, well-done burgers? You suck at life."

best press
Jun 7, 2010  |  By carlene
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"This has been wonderful! We use it to make our own sausage patties, salmon patties , veg. burgers, and even used it for potato patties. It has always given us great results. I too use plastic wrap on both sides, and sometimes wrap it and freeze it. Best money I ever spent."

ReOrdering More: Nothing Compares
Jan 12, 2012  |  By Mimi
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I have owned Robinson's Burger Press for well over a decade: I have tried others but always PREFER this one. I am ordering another for myself and more for gifts.

Nothing better
Nov 28, 2012  |  By Julie
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I bought my first Robinson Hamburger Press in 1991 at the Florida Cattlemen's Convention. I think they had just come out. I am just now needing to replace it. We sell farm raised beef and sell it and we always give our new customers a hamburger press. I love it!

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$6.95
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YY0024 Robinson

Tastee-Ring Hamburger Press

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Rated 4.5 out of 5, based on 8 reviews
SKU: YY0024
  • Description
  • Reviews
  • Q&A
Tired of burgers that bulge up, never cook uniformly and shrink in size? Our ring design is so special, it's patented! Patties cook faster and more evenly while retaining juices, virtually eliminating cracking and warping. The grooves hold in juices to improve taste! Each press is molded food grade, high-impact plastic and is 5-3/4" in diameter. Top rack dishwasher safe. Instructions and recipes are included with each press. Lifetime warranty.
Not bad - has issues
Jun 5, 2007  |  By Tami
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"I've had this press for many years and I still use it regularly, however ... I always wish for something better when I do though! LOL It makes great burgers, but getting them out of the press is a challenge most of the time. One tip is to use a nonstick spray between each press. If at all possible have a helper to do the spraying - or you'll have to clean your hands constantly as you switch from task to task (or wind up with a very greasy can of Pam!). Even with this step, getting them to just fall out can be an arduous task at best. The higher the fat content of your meat, the more they tend to stick. I make up a LARGE batch of burger mix (meat, seasoning, onions, Worcestershire sauce, etc.). I next weigh the mix into uniform size balls (usually 5 ounces each). After that, I get my helper to do the spraying of Pam and just keep going until all of the mix is formed into patties. The patties then get vacuum sealed and frozen. It's a pain, but when we're done, we have a supply of burgers on hand at all times and don't have to worry about it again for a couple of months. Another great tip that I love to share with those who like their burgers well-done (like me!) is to make a hole in the center of the patty before freezing it. I just stick my finger into it while it's in the burger press and give it a twirl. I then flatten the hole's edges and freeze them along with the others. The hole should be between the size of a penny and a nickel. This makes the well-done burgers grill in the same amount of time as the medium rare ones. The hole helps the middle of the burger cook faster and there's no yucky, red, and bloody meat inside afterward. By the time you need to put the cheese on top, the hole will have closed up due to the shrinkage process. Try it!"

easy fix for sticking
Aug 7, 2007  |  By Marilyn
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"I solved the sticking problem with a piece of plastic wrap on the bottom, put in the ball of hamburger, pressed, and pulled it out with the plastic wrap. Then reused the plastic wrap for the next one. Been using one of these for years and love it."

Best Hamburger Mold
Jun 11, 2008  |  By J. Countiss
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This is the most simple and inexpensive hamburger molds you can buy and the burgers turn out great. Easy to store and clean. You can make a big juicy hamburgers of uniform size. The ridges help keep the moisture in. You can use a piece of plasic wrap on bottom or I just turn it over in the palm of my hand and tap it out. Teenagers love my burgers! I'm buying 2 more for family members.

Firehouse Favorite
Jul 15, 2008  |  By Annie
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We love this press. We have had it for a while and use it all the time. The meat does stick but we put plastic wrap on it and make the burgers with out them sticking. Recomend this product!!!

Awesome
Mar 20, 2009  |  By Bob Stoops
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"This thing is great! Perfectly molded, uniform and juicy burgers time and time again. What a whiny bitch that awarded only two stars. Mold them with your hand then, you baby! BTW, well-done burgers? You suck at life."

best press
Jun 7, 2010  |  By carlene
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"This has been wonderful! We use it to make our own sausage patties, salmon patties , veg. burgers, and even used it for potato patties. It has always given us great results. I too use plastic wrap on both sides, and sometimes wrap it and freeze it. Best money I ever spent."

ReOrdering More: Nothing Compares
Jan 12, 2012  |  By Mimi
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I have owned Robinson's Burger Press for well over a decade: I have tried others but always PREFER this one. I am ordering another for myself and more for gifts.

Nothing better
Nov 28, 2012  |  By Julie
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I bought my first Robinson Hamburger Press in 1991 at the Florida Cattlemen's Convention. I think they had just come out. I am just now needing to replace it. We sell farm raised beef and sell it and we always give our new customers a hamburger press. I love it!

$9.25
$6.95
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