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Stovetop Burgers are easier than you  might think! Once we learned How to Cook Burgers on the Stove it’s our go-to easy dinner for anytime of year. This is a great way to make sure you cook a JUICY and PERFECT cheeseburgers each and every time. Now you can make the best burgers year round. 

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Once we learned how to make burgers on the stove that were juicy, perfect, and easy every time, this has become our go-to stovetop burgers recipe.

I love that you can cook cheeseburgers year round; regardless of a grill! These ridiculously delicious hamburgers are delicious and cooked to order every time!

If you’re a true hamburger or cheeseburger lover, then you NEED this Stovetop Burgers Recipe. Get ready to sink your teeth the BEST PAN FRIED BURGER you have ever tasted!

Once you know how to make stovetop burgers, you’ll be able to make them in any season–no grill needed!RG

Tips for Stovetop Burgers

The key to a perfect Stovetop Burger is knowing how long to cook burgers, testing your internal temperatures, and keeping things simple.

You can, and sources say if done correctly you can get them to taste almost as juicy as a fresh beef burger, but I don’t recommend it. Fresh is best for cooking a truly juicy and amazing burger on the stove!

Can you cook a burger in the oven?

Yes, you can cook burgers in the oven if you prefer. We just want to make sure we can make delicious burgers year round, so oven or stove top works!

What are the internal temperatures when cooking beef?

Internal temperatures for a ground beef burger are as follows:

  • Medium Rare: 130-135°F
  • Medium: 145°F
  • Medium Well: 150-155°F
  • Well Done: 160-165°F

*NOTE: The FDA officially recommends that hamburgers be cooked to an internal temperature of 160°F to ensure all bacteria is killed. If you choose to do more of a Medium cook, be sure you’re using the freshest beef or even making your own ground beef!

How long to cook burgers for medium rare – well done stovetop burgers?

GOOD QUESTION! This is the easiest and safest way to make sure your burgers are cooked to perfection every time. Cook times for cooking burgers in a skillet (that are about 1 inch thick and cooked on medium high heat)  are as follows:

  • Medium Rare (red in the middle): 6 minutes total (3 minutes on each side)
  • Medium (pink in the middle): 7-8 minutes total
  • Medium Well (smidge of pink in the middle): 9 minutes total
  • Well Done (no pink): 10 minutes total

Again, the FDA recommends at least close to a well done burger at 160F. So about 9-10 minutes total cooking time is what we are shooting for.What do you serve with Stovetop Burgers?

When we finally learned how to make burgers on the stove, I knew we also needed the perfect side dishes. We love to serve these juicy stovetop cheeseburgers with a few favorites.

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