Hamburgers can be cooked many different ways, including on the stove or grill and in the oven. The oven-cooked hamburger also tend to be juicer and more tender because the oven allows heat to be evenly distributed. The most common types of beef used for hamburgers are ground chuck and ground sirloin. Both types of meat can be bought from your local market.
How To Make the Best Burgers on the Stovetop | The Kitchn: a great guide for cooking hamburgers on the stovetop! The temperature ranges are close to spot on, I cooked the burger for 4 mins each side and it was just slightly more than medium, which was perfect for my husband and the "dimpling" technique worked, the burger did not shrink! Used 12/12/15
Stop guessing while grilling. Learn the basics of burger doneness in this easy guide from Ziploc®. How to tell if your burger is medium or well done without cutting, find the perfect grill temp, and more. Great to have on hand for summer barbecues and cookouts.
You can make a juicy burger without having to fire up the grill! Follow these instructions for how to cook the perfect patty on the stove-top: http://www.ehow.com/how_37_cook-hamburger-frying.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage