What can I use if I don't have a burger press?

Chef's answer
For a more uniform look invest in a hamburger press, or save yourself some cash and use a reasonably deep circular lid from a jar or Tupperware. Put shrink wrap (clingfilm) across the inside of the lid, press some meat into it, remove any excess meat, flatten then tip out.7 Jun 2016
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Boneless cuts of meat are easily cooked through in the sandwich press ~ and Pork Loin steaks are no exception and are exceptionally tasty! When choosing your loin steaks ~ pick ones that are evenly sliced so that they cook through evenly on the press.25 Jan 2010
Unfortunately, once you overcook a piece of meat in the pressure cooker, there's no going back. You'll be left with a pile of dry, crunchy, tasteless fibers and no amount of additional pressure cooking is going to put that moisture back into the meat. ... Well, that doesn't just apply to potatoes, it applies to meat, too.
Eggs are also a well-known source of protein which is perfect for breakfast. Egg whites are especially good for high blood pressure. You can prepare scrambled eggs and add some vegetables to it.11 Oct 2019
In addition to following a heart-healthy diet, some types of drinks may also be helpful when it comes to lowering your blood pressure. According to research, several types of fruit and vegetable juices, as well as skim milk and green tea, may help to control your blood pressure, without any side effects.17 Sep 2020
DO NOT PRESS DOWN ON THE PATTIES WHILE COOKING THEM. "Pushing down on the burger presses out all the natural juices.28 May 2018
When your beef patty meets some heat, the amino acids and sugars within it begin reacting, which results in changes of flavor and color. So when you "smash" your burger patty down, you're creating more surface area for the Maillard reaction to take place.26 Jul 2014
Reasons for "Pressing" Down On A Burger "Insures even contact with the grill surface for even cooking" "Increases the contact between meat and heat element by an enormous factor" ... "It cooks them faster, and more evenly throughout the patty" "Helps keep their shape even and uniform"11 Jun 2013
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