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How should I cook a 1 lb hamburger?
Long story short, I bought some meat last week via Amazon Fresh and the expiration date is today. I could freeze it, but I don't really like to freeze/defrost meat.
I have 2 lbs left. They are in separate 1 lb containers. I'm going to brown and store 1 lb. The other lb I was thinking of making myself a gigantic burger since it's already kind of in a patty form.
Is this a terrible idea?
Can I actually cook this glob of meat in one fell swoop?
Typically, I use my indoor George Forman grill to cook burgers. Typically, they are pretty thin, so I'm not sure what kind of cooking time would be required for a huge fat meat patty. I also have a frying pan.