Store Black Angus burger patties in your freezer until you’re ready to use them, then thaw as many as you need.
These grassfed beef burgers will be welcome at almost any gathering. Of course, you can serve them simply with mustard, ketchup, some lettuce and tomato. But you can elevate them to an even higher level with toppings like sautéed fresh wild mushrooms, caramelized onions, sunny side up quail eggs, Point Reyes blue cheese, or Swiss gruyere. To give them a kick, whip up some homemade aioli spiced with dried peppers.
For grilling tips, please read The Best Way to Grill Burgers.
Check out our burger recipes for more ideas.
You can also thaw your burger patties and break them up into pieces for use as ground beef.
Check out our ground meat recipes for ideas of what to do with them.
Recommended Cooking Temp:
The USDA recommends all ground meats be cooked to an internal temperature of 160 degrees.