- May 24, 2007
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you do realize, they are basically "resting" in the container, right. they weren't disturbed or anything... just set in thereI'm sure the burgers are still great. I have had and enjoyed smashed burgers before.
Ideally, with regular plump burgers, you want the burgers to rest for 5 mins. so all that juice soaks into the meat and stays inside of the burger instead of ending up on the bottom of the container. It's the same principle you use for steak and other meats.