These 28 day dry-aged beef burgers have a special added ingredient - marrow butter. Expect full juicy flavour and satisfaction guaranteed. Perfect under the grill or on the BBQ. This product is frozen. It will begin to thaw out during delivery process. Therefore we do not advise refreezing it once you receive it.
From our Burger Bliss range, they are unrivalled in flavour and taste. Using exceptional Wagyu beef to satisfy the most passionate of burger lovers. This product is frozen. It could begin to thaw out during delivery process. Therefore we do not advise refreezing it once you receive it.
More Information on Steak Burgers
Whether you prefer to keep them simple or like going all-out gourmet style, steak burgers are versatile and easy to suit individual tastes. Taken from primal cuts of beef, our range of steak burgers offers different types of meat including the well-loved Wagyu Steak Burger or our Marrow Dry-Aged Steak Burger. Pair with home-cooked chunky chips and salad for restaurant-quality flavour, or layer the steak burger up with bacon and cheese if you’re feeling more than a little peckish.
Need a large order? No problem, Tom Hixson of Smithfield has got you covered! Our delicious steak burgers are available to buy in bulk, as are the rest of our delicious cuts of beef in bulk. Choose bulk mince, bulk steaks, and more from our tantalising range. A well-known favourite in the culinary world, steak burgers are the perfect choice for summer barbecues and comforting dishes alike.
Buy steak burgers online with Tom Hixson of Smithfield today and receive premium quality beef burgers at affordable prices, as well as discover the convenience of getting bulk burgers delivered directly to your door.
What is a Steak Burger?
Commonly known as a steakhouse burger, this burger is just as the name suggests - a burger made using steak rather than beef. They can be prepared using a combination of T-bone steak and sirloin steak.
How do you Pan Fry Steak Burgers?
To start, you will want to use a high-quality steak burger, such as our Marrow Dry-Aged Steak Burgers. You can use any skillet to pan-fry your steak burgers, but cast-iron tends to work best as it is naturally non-stick. Cook for 3 to 4 minutes on each side, until your desired doneness has been reached. Add your steak burger to a delicious brioche bun with lettuce, tomatoes, bacon, cheese, and sauce!
How Long Do You Cook Steak Burgers for?
Cooking time depends on the desired level of doneness for your burger. For medium-rare, 6 minutes at 130. For medium, 7 to 8 minutes at 140. Medium well, 9 minutes at 150, and for well done, 10 minutes at 160. You could also measure doneness with a temperature probe, which can be ordered online at Tom Hixson.
How do you Make Burger Sauce?
The classic tangy burger sauce that we all know and love is surprisingly easy to make. Simply mix equal parts mayonnaise, ketchup, and yellow mustard. For added texture, finely chop white onion or gherkins and add to the sauce. If you don’t have time to make burger sauce, why not order it online with your steak burgers? Add Sauce Shop Burger Sauce to your basket today for the ultimate burger experience.
What Should You Add to Steak Burgers?
We love adding other delicious ingredients to our steak burgers, whether that be a homemade sauce, bacon, or cheese, the options are endless. Explore our food blog, where you can find multiple burger recipes.
If you enjoy a fake-away, try our Five-Guys Style Beef Burger recipe, layered with pickled gherkins, pancetta, red onion, mayo, mustard, and ketchup. If you want to use our popular Marrow Dry-Aged Steak Burgers with Marrow Butter, explore our Perfect Diner Burger recipe.
Believe it or not, you can make a burger fancy. If you’re looking to impress guests at your next BBQ, why not cook them a delicious British Wagyu burger? Originating in Japan, Wagyu is the most sought-after beef worldwide. The legendary marbling and umami taste add a unique flavour profile to your burger.
What is a Smashed Burger?
A smashed burger is where a beef patty has been squished, or flattened, during the cooking process. Flattening the burger offers a larger surface area, which can encourage more browning and caramelisation and even more delicious meaty flavours. You can use any Tom Hixson steak burger to make smashed burgers by following the above method.