StufZ allows you to make stuffed burgers just like a prof chef! Create the ultimate fusion of flavor with the StufZ hamburger press. It’s easy as 1-2-3! Shape it! Stuff it! Seal it! StufZ makes a perfectly stuffed and neatly sealed patty every time!
The secret to a real stuffed burger is ensuring that all those juices and flavors don’t escape out the side. The ingenious design of StufZ does just that and it creates a super deep dish for all your ingredients.
Use StufZ™ to make some of these awesome combinations:
Bacon, Cheese, and Onions
Mushrooms and Swiss Cheese
Garlic, Fresh Spinach, Sun Dried Tomatoes, and Parmesan Cheese
Mac and Cheese
Cheese and Mashed Potatoes
Chicken, Ham, and Swiss Cheese
Salsa and Crushed Chips
Pizza Burger (Mozzarella, Pepperoni, and Tomato Sauce)
Make Turkey, Chicken, & Veggie Burgers!
Former New England Patriots tight end, Jermaine Wiggens, tested out StufZ and grilled his burgers alongside Leslie Gaydos from NECN in a recent “Does It Work?” segment.
A burger stuffed with bleu cheese was created while using StufZ and coined, “The Wiggie.” A second recipe was used filling the burger with onions and cheese – it remained unnamed, emphasizing Jermaine’s preference.
So, how did the StufZ burgers taste and hold up? The one word response from Jermaine spoke volumes, “Touchdown!”
Read the StufZ review from NECN
Blue Cheese-Stuffed Burger with a Secret (Food Republic)
StufZ is perfect for creating this recipe for Blue Cheese-Stuffed Burger with a crucial secret: Zin-Onion Marmalade
“Tom’s TV Test,” a segment running on ABC station WGGB and starring Tom Lewis, recently tested the StufZ burger maker. They called upon a local restaurant grilling pro to test it out. Dom Pompi, owner of Memo’s Restaurant, prepared stuffed burgers with StufZ and then fired up his famous grill.
What did Dom use to stuff his StufZ burger? “We are going to put some jalapeno bacon,” Pompi decided. “You don’t see this around town, we are one of the few places that have it throw some provolone cheese in here.”
After testing his StufZ creation Dom shares his thoughts. “Good… it’s good!” he responds. The WGGB segment agrees that StufZ is a “quick way to cook a burger like a pro.”
Read the full StufZ review from WGGB
Herb & Cheese-Stuffed Burgers (Taste of Home)
Use your StufZ to create this Herb & Cheese-Stuffed Burger recipe!
Valley News Live runs a segment where various As Seen on TV products are tested. StufZ was put to the test not long ago and the results are in for the grilling season.
Craig Solway, a viewer of Valley News Live, offered up his grill for the opportunity to prep some stuffed burgers using StufZ. Usually Craig just piles cheese and veggies on top of his burgers. “They get to be pretty messy though,” says Craig.
What were the results? Craig’s stuffed burgers contained vegetables and cheese and his StufZ burgers came out bigger than expected. “[T]hat’s a big burger,” says Craig.
Craig likes the StufZ burger press and already seeking out new recipes to use with his StufZ. Craig definitely said he would buy one and his family agrees that they want more StufZ burgers on their menu!
Read the full StufZ review from Valley News Live
Here is another great recipe for making a fun and tasty cheeseburger with your StufZ.
Cheese-Stuffed Burgers (from Delish)
StufZ was recently reviewed on the site Jamie’s Corner. Jamie is a self-proclaimed “burger-loving foodie” and weighs different angles of preparing stuffed burgers to see if StufZ makes an impact. “I’ve always been terrible at stuffing my own burger patties. My kitchen comes out looking like a war zone with all of the remnant ingredients that never seemed to want to pack nicely into my delectable patties sprawled out all over my counters,” Jamie stresses.
Jamie reports being very impressed with StufZ and she points out her top reasons for liking StufZ:
• The patties have excellent shapes
• No spillage
• It’s relatively easy to clean
• Considerably fewer mess around the kitchen
• The finish product tastes great
• It has an easy to use design
• Easy to assemble and disassemble
• Easily stored in a cabinet or cupboard
To add to this, Jamie really likes the creativity that StufZ affords her. Instead of wrestling with burger patties and stuffing spillage, she can put her efforts towards new and exciting recipes. “The real benefit in all of this is that you have the option to create several different combinations. You can use all kinds of stuffing and toppings with StufZ. You could create mushroom burgers, vegetarian burgers, burgers with a lot of chili or even burgers made from tofu. It’s your call!”
Read Jamie’s full StufZ review
Try this recipe for a jazzed-up fabulous burger made with StufZ.
Cheddar-Stuffed Burgers with Pickled Slaw and Fried Shallots (from Delish)
Epic Review Guys posted a video review of StufZ recently. Epic reviewer, Chris, demonstrated with his assistant, Danielle, how to make stuffed burgers using StufZ. Together they showed how easy it is to prepare StufZ burgers in a kitchen setting and their video captures each burger patty being pressed in the StufZ. They create one stuff burger with cheddar cheese and another with fresh spinach and cheddar cheese.
The perfectly formed patties cooked up without losing any of their shape in a regular frying pan on the stovetop. Within just a few minutes, their meal was done.
The video shows the steaming inside of the juicy patties filled with cheese melted and greens wilted, ready for eating. As for flavor, Danielle says of the StufZ burgers, “They taste great!”
See their full StufZ video review
With summer cookouts in full swing, more and more people are discovering StufZ – the handy kitchen tool that helps you to make stuffed burgers just like a pro chef. Recently, KDKA-TV anchor Jennifer, Dee and her kids tried out the StufZ burger maker.
“We definitely have burgers, maybe once a week, but they’re boring burgers. Just throw them on the grill, salt and pepper, and that’s it. So, I think this could be a real game-changer,” Quinn said.
While Dee got the ground meat ready, her daughter prepared the StufZ. It formed a nice pocket, and they filled it with cheese & bacon. After pressing on the top piece and sealing it, they cooked it up.
Patrick tried it first, and when asked if this is a restaurant quality burger, he said yes, it was. “Well that saves me money,” Dee said.
They all gave it the thumbs up, and were happily surprised.
Watch the clip at http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2014/07/07/does-it-really-do-that-stufz