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American Originals Burger Maker @ARGOS 14.99

£14.99 @ Argos
Makes 4 mini burgers in minutes. •750 watts. •No flipping needed - cooks both sides evenly. •Easy to clean non-stick surface. •Slide out drip tray for excess fat. •'power on' and 'ready'… Read More
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Makes 4 mini burgers in minutes.

•750 watts.
•No flipping needed - cooks both sides evenly.
•Easy to clean non-stick surface.
•Slide out drip tray for excess fat.
•'power on' and 'ready' indicator lights.
•Can be stored upright.
•Red.
•Includes recipes and measuring spoon.
•Size H12.5, W23.5, D24cm.
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#1
Has anyone used one of these? are they any good? an how small is the burger as saying mini burger.

Thanks

Edited By: elaine32 on Nov 27, 2010 14:03
#2
elaine32
Has anyone used one of these? are they any good? an how small is the burger as saying mini burger.Thanks

you can always return it if you do not like it
#3
u can see they are tiny and with the dimensions Size H12.5, W23.5, D24cm that shows that. Use a george forman, does the same thing.
#4
rbquk
u can see they are tiny and with the dimensions Size H12.5, W23.5, D24cm that shows that. Use a george forman, does the same thing.

yes I have used the Forman just this easy as its less hassle they are more compact and just the right size for the kids
#5
You can also just use a frying pan hehe

If you want it healthy, once your burger is cooked.

1. Get 2 peices of kitchen roll folded twice into a square
2. Do the same again, so you end up with 2 squares.
3. Get two thick dinner plates or side plates, place 1 square of kitchen roll on a plate and place the burger on top
4. Put the other square of kitchen roll on top of the burger, then put the other plate on top of that.
5. Press the plates together and squeeze all the fat out.
6. Peel kitchen roll off
7. Shove in mouth and eat.

Dont use cheap plates as they might break.

Edited By: apduk on Nov 27, 2010 16:06
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apduk
You can also just use a frying pan heheIf you want it healthy, once your burger is cooked.1. Get 2 peices of kitchen roll folded twice into a square2. Do the same again, so you end up with 2 squares.3. Get two thick dinner plates or side plates, place 1 square of kitchen roll on a plate and place the burger on top4. Put the other square of kitchen roll on top of the burger, then put the other plate on top of that.5. Press the plates together and squeeze all the fat out.6. Peel kitchen roll off7. Shove in mouth and eat.Dont use cheap plates as they might break.

what hassle.
#7
I have a george forman never thought of using that for making burgers.
#8
elaine32
I have a george forman never thought of using that for making burgers.


That's what they advertise them FOR!

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