How do you make the perfect BBQ burger?

Method
  1. Grill your burgers over high heat.
  2. Avoid using your spatula to press down on your burgers while cooking.
  3. Flip your burgers only one time–about 3 minutes on each side for medium rare plus.
  4. If you get a flare up, cover the grill.
  5. Allow your burgers to rest for a few minutes before serving.

How do I keep my BBQ burgers from falling apart?

What BBQ sauce does Burger King use?

Bulls-Eye was used at Burger King fast food restaurants on their Bulls-Eye BBQ burger, and Rodeo Cheeseburger. It was replaced in 2007 with Sweet Baby Ray’s brand sauce.

How do you use barbecue sauce on meat?

Steps to BBQ Saucing Pork

Apply the sauce after the meat has been cooked. Depending on the cooking temperature and the type of sugar, a sweet sauce can get gummy or even burn. So, apply the sauce at the end, about 15-30 minutes before removing the pork to add rich flavor.

What can I use instead of barbecue sauce?

A decent second choice: Hoisin sauce

Hoisin sauce recipes typically contain soy sauce, honey, and vinegar along with chilies and sesame paste. Use hoisin sauce as a 1:1 replacement for traditional barbecue sauce on any dish that requires barbecue sauce.

What to add to BBQ sauce to make it better?

Onion powder, cumin, garlic, peppers: these are all go-to flavors for amping up the flavor profile of a too-bland, too-generic barbecue sauce. My two personal favorite ingredients to add are Worcestershire sauce and plain yellow mustard.

What spices should I add to BBQ sauce?

Or any other spicy condiment, really: swirl in some sambal oelek, gochujang, or harissa. Play with the smoky notes found in a can of adobo sauce, or the citrus flavors in Cuban mojo. Another source of smoky flavor: smoked paprika. Or try hot paprika, if that’s more your thing, or chile powder or ground cayenne pepper.

How does Gordon Ramsay make BBQ sauce?

How do you get BBQ sauce to stick to pork chops?

The best method for getting BBQ sauce to stick on meats. Is to apply the sauce after the meat has been mostly cooked. This ensures the surface is going to be done releasing moisture and has enough texture for the sauce to hold onto. Add the BBQ sauce before the last 10 – 20 minutes of cooking.

How do you get BBQ sauce to stick to the chicken?

Just add salt and pepper. You typically salt and pepper meat before grilling for flavor, but for skinless chicken, it adds something even more important – texture. It is this texture that gives the sauce something to grab onto so it doesn’t just melt right off.