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The PERFECT Burger

Want to know the secret to the world's best burger? Simplify the ingredients. Salt, pepper and in this recipe- Gold's duck sauce. No eggs, no seasoning (besides the core basics) and no breadcrumbs. Burgers are not meatballs people, keep it simple :)! Follow the easy directions below for a mouthwatering burger the whole family can enjoy. Top off with the incredible Gold's duck sauce, and you are in for a treat! Serve burger with french fries, grilled onions, fried egg and avocado. Enjoy!


  • Prep Time : 5 min
  • Cook Time : 6 min
  • Ready Time : 11 min




  • One package Ground Beef
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Gold's Duck Sauce Brush on top of burger


Open package of beef. Form into circle/meat patty shapes, do not mix, just shape. Make an indentation with your thumb in the middle of the burger- this helps with the meat not shrinking as much during cooking time/ holds the condiments.

Sprinkle salt and pepper on each side of patty. Sprinkle enough that you see the seasoning on each side. Salt and pepper form a crispy crust when seared on the grill. It is amazing! Place burgers in fridge until ready to cook.

Preheat grill (best results) or grill pan.
When hot enough, place burgers on grill (you should hear a sizzle) grill for 3 min. per side for a perfect medium rare burger.

I chose to brush Gold’s duck sauce on the burger while grilling. Crispy, sweet and savory. The perfect burger indeed!


About Rebecca Pliner


I am a proud to call myself a home chef. My only training? Practicing cooking techniques daily, and being passionate about cooking kosher, gluten-free and healthy.

I spend my days working a full time job, come home, and immerse myself in my cooking. Taking pictures and doing research on my fresh ingredients, is what I am most proud of. I hope you will follow my blog and see that living a healthy lifestyle while working and being on a tight budget is possible! On my blog you will find great tips about where to buy the food, detailed directions for how to cook the food, and a comedic twist to everyday recipes that I have created. Hope you enjoy! Rebecca Pliner, www.iwantthatfordinner.com


Updates: Working as chef at Odradeks Coffee House in Queens. I manage all the cooking, styling, packaging and menu design. I am busier and happier than ever. Hope to keep you posted on more exciting news!

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