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 enusring 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!
The StufZ was recently reviewed by FOX 8 station (of High Point, NC) for their “Deal or Dud” segment.
Consumer Reporter Melissa Painter visits “Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar” and asks Chef Chris to help her with the StufZ review.
“Our final result looks great” Painter says after making a feta, spinach and roasted peppers stuffed burger. Then go on to make a bacon and cheese stuffed burger. “Check that out” she says. “That’s a stuffed burger….Our burger chef thinks the end result is delicious too”
Melissa Painter and Chef Chris declare StufZ is a “Deal!”
Watch the StufZ video review from FOX8
Brian, from As Seen on TV Official Blog, admits his love for stuffed hamburgers. “What is better than regular hamburgers?” he asks. “Stuffed burgers! There is nothing I love more than a burger stuffed with cheese, spices, and toppings!
Brian decides to give the StufZ hamburger press a try and he shares his experiences on the review blog. “I made turkey burgers stuffed with mozzarella, bacon, and jalapeños. I made hamburgers stuffed with provolone and mushrooms! The possibilities are endless….I highly recommend the Stufz to anyone that is ready to try something new with their food.”
Read his full StufZ review
StufZ Presents: Scallion and Brie Stuffed Burgers (from Food and Wine)
Create this scallion and brie stuffed hamburger with StufZ!
The StufZ hamburger maker was recently reviewed by NBC station KTSM (El Paso, TX) for a segment on their “Will It Work? With Noreen Jaramillo” series.
Noreen decides to use the StufZ to make stuffed cheeseburger.
“Wow! Look at that! I’d say that’s a stuffed cheeseburger” Noreen exclaims after cooking her burger and cutting it in half. “I’m going to give it two thumbs up.”
“Yum” remarked her co-anchor Sandra Ramirez. “Now I want a cheeseburger for breakfast!”
Watch the full StufZ review at KTSM
StufZ Presents: Southwest Stuffed Hamburgers (from Kraft)
Create this Southwest stuffed hamburger with StufZ!
Jamie Posada, of Wall Patch, says he loves stuffed burgers but often creates a huge mess in his kitchen when he tries to create them. He decides to review the StufZ burger maker and shares his opinions with his readers.
“[T]he main goal of the StufZ is to help you create burger patties quickly and conveniently. In contrast, hand stuffing as well as molding requires a lot of time and effort just to create a single patty” he notes.
He concludes his StufZ review by mentioning the benefits of using 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
Read Jamie’s full review of StufZ at Wall Patch
StufZ Presents: Bacon Stuffed Burgers (from Taste of Home)
Create this bacon stuffed hamburger with StufZ!
You have your StufZ hamburger press and a handful of delicious stuffed burger recipes. Now it’s time to cook your hamburgers. Here are some steps you can follow to create juicy, stuffed burgers on your stovetop.
1) Add some spices to your uncooked meat. Many people add salt and pepper to their hamburger meat but you can get as creative as you want in this step. Try some onion powder, some garlic or some basil.
2) Grab your StufZ! Place your seasoned meat in the StufZ hamburger press and fill it with your favorite stuffings!
3) The right temperature. Turn your stovetop burner on medium or medium high. Preheat a nonstick frying pan. You’ll know the temperature is at the right spot when a drop of water dances on the surface of the pan (not stick to it!)
4) Flip it! – Place your patties in the pan and cook them for about 3-6 minutes (depending on how well you like your burgers done). When they show signs of browning, flip them! Then cook for another 3-4 minutes.
5) To cover or not to cover! Some people use the final two minutes of cooking as a time to cover the frying pan with a lid. This may help to promote more uniform cooking.
6) Eat and enjoy! Place your burger on your favorite buns, add some delicious toppings and enjoy!
The hamburger, a ground meat patty between two slices of bread, is sometimes said to be created in America in 1900 by Louis Lassen, a Danish immigrant and owner of Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut. Rival claims have been made by Charlie Nagreen, Frank and Charles Menches, Oscar Weber Bilby, and Fletcher David. White Castle traces the origin of the hamburger to Hamburg, Germany with its invention by Otto Kuase. It is said by some that the hamburger gained national recognition at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair when the New York Tribune namelessly attributed the hamburger as, “the innovation of a food vendor on the pike.” No conclusive claim has ever been made to end the dispute over the inventor of the hamburger.
The creation of stuffed hamburgers is as difficult to pinpoint as the creation of hamburgers themselves. Some have suggested variations occurred in America since the 1950s. Others note that stuffed hamburgers became popular as part of the “designer hamburger” trend of the 2000s where top chefs and restaurants purposively sought to create exciting dishes out of the common man’s hamburger.
Regardless of its’ origins, the stuffed burger has become a popular choice in restaurants across the country. Now, with the StufZ hamburger press, you can create stuffed hamburgers right in your own kitchen!
StufZ Presents: Grilled Brie-Stuffed Burgers with Bacon (from Rachael Ray)
Create this grilled brie stuffed burgers with bacon with StufZ!