Light Up the Grill: How to Make Juicy Angus Beef Burgers

July 31, 2018  |  

There is nothing better than gathering the family for a range of activities during the hot summer – barbequing being one of them. Just imagine, juicy meats on the grill, alongside fresh and locally grown produce like some mouth-watering sweet corn on the cob. Sounds so delicious to us – what about you? No need to wait to get the party started, light your grill and the crowd will follow!

The main item on the menu, fresh Angus beef patties from Walmart. Why? Because Walmart’s Angus beef patties are naturally flavorful and tender – and the healthy part – they are filled with iron and protein, plus they are affordable, which means you can add more of them to the fire, without burning a hole in your pocket.
So how do you make simple, yet tasty burgers worth bragging about with great sides such as sweet corn on the cob?

Follow our recipe and find out!

Ingredients: Prep time 5 minutes, cook time: 15 minutes
4 – Angus beef patties (1/3 lb.)
1 – teaspoon of salt
1 – teaspoon of black pepper
1 – teaspoon of onion powder

On a clean prep board, season your 4 patties on both sides with a pinch of salt, black pepper, and onion powder. Next, lay them on your grill grates over direct heat for roughly 5 minutes. Flip your burgers and cook them for an additional 5 minutes or until they reach an internal temperate of 160-degrees Fahrenheit. When your burgers are well done, remove them from the grill. Wrap them with foil and let them sit for another few minutes so the seasonings can set in. While you wait – toast your hamburger buns on both sides until golden. Unwrap your burgers and add them to the buns. Next, add all your fixings like tomato and lettuce and don’t forget your condiments such as ketchup and mustard. Pair your juicy burgers with grilled sweet corn on the cob, or other delicious, fresh produce from Walmart. Walmart supports local communities by selling local produce that is stocked at least once a day! Check your Walmart for fresh local produce.

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