Thin, and too much onion.
So, first of I want to clarify something. A lot of reviews are complaining about the fat that comes from cooking them. This isn't really fat, but the moisture added to the burger from freezing it. When cooked, the moisture absorbed the fat that's there, and spreads across the cooking sheet/tray. Getting past that, these are (imo) rather thin for quarter pounders, I'd hate tos ee how thick the other ones are. Secondly, these taste, and smell way too strong of onion. The texture and first taste was nice, but the aftertaste was far too strong in onion. Still, perfectly edible, though.
taste great on a seed bun with onion...i never go to macdonalds...why would i need to...
Review from birdseye.co.uk
Far too much fat comes off during cooking. Literally swimming, had to empty oven tray twice.
I always cook these in a dry griddle pan from froz
I always cook these in a dry griddle pan from frozen. Me and hubby think they are the bees knees. Very low in carbs and they taste wicked. In the griddle pan the fat does drain off, yes there is quite a lot of fat but as another reviewer stated you need fat in meat otherwise you may as well not bother. If you dont want fat buy a cardboard box!!
I love these burgers. Ive tried various brands including Tesco finest, and none are a patch on these. I cook mine in a dry griddle pan as the burgers produce a fair amount of fat (that’s what gives the flavour), and drain the fat off occasionally. 10-13 minutes is all it takes.
One to avoid
I cooked these, 80g of fat in the bottom of the baking tray and they were still greasy.
These taste better than more expensive burgers, the fat is what gives the meat it's juicy flavour, remove the fat from meat & your left with a burger that tastes like cardboard.
My OH and I love these burgers especially with cheese. They're tender, juicy and very tasty. We get snobbish if we have a BBQ and have company, buy from the local farm shop or top of the range supermarket brands but soon go back to buying these.
Don't bother buying these
These were awful! The amount of fat that came out of them during cooking was disgraceful. The taste was not good at all either, really bad product where fat is used to bulk out the burger and they shrink. I will stick to Tesco burgers.
Proper tasty burgers
Review from birdseye.co.uk
I don't think you can beat these for taste & texture, tastier than the so called 'premium' brands (give us your money for some fancy packaging) and way ahead of the tasteless oversized blobs of meat that you get in pubs & grills up and down the country that you have to smother in sauces to enjoy, these burgers are tasty enough on their own, hot or cold and are not unlike a tasty beef shish kebab if you cut them up with some salad in pitta. Best cooked in the oven rather than grilled - remember to save the fat - it is proper beef dripping, like that from moms Sunday roasts of the 80's & 90's.