Stufz™ Stuffed Burger Maker
Make it yourself. small patty, put sfuff on top and seal top with another small patty.
This contraption not worth the time. Its quicker and easier to just use your hands.
August 5, 2014
They are great
My children and grandchildren came over and we had lots of choices to put into their hamburgers. Adults and children both had fun. It also keeps the hamburgers very moist.
July 31, 2014
Not Worth It At All
It surprises me every time I buy a product advertised on television that looks so great and comes out to be just plain awful. I had high hopes for Stufz since I grill alot, but the product is nothing as advertised on tv. It's made up of plastic, low quality, cheap pieces thrown together. It took me literally 20 minutes trying to smash a hole in some beef with this low grade machine and make a "Stuffz" burger. Don't waste your money on this product. Trust me...
July 7, 2014
STUFZ MAKES A BURGER THAT I CAN ENJOY "AT HOME!"
I've never been a hamburger person as when we used to make them at home, we always made thinner, smaller, and uneven hamburger patties. They sure were dry and even though we used bread crumbs and egg yolk mixed into the hamburger meat, they hardly had any taste. I avoided eating “at-home” hamburgers altogether until I tried the STUFZ Stuffed Burger Maker. When I decide that I want a hamburger, I go to the grocery store and I purchase a package of "85%" fat free ground chuck. I make sure to pick a package that weighs 1 pound as each "complete" hamburger patty using the STUFZ hamburger maker requires 1/2 pound of ground chuck I have found--that is "after" I place a few slices of mozzarella cheese inside of the open cavity. You can select “your” own stuffing from a wide array of options. I preheat the oven and the complete baking process takes about 10 minutes. What I do is put the patty on a "metal" non-stick baking pan that can withstand the use of a "metal" spatula. When the patty turns dark on top, I flip the patty over and I use the spatula to make 3 cuts in the partially cooked patty and I make "another" 3 cuts perpendicular to those cuts so that the inside of the patty cooks better. I don't like a "rare" hamburger! Thank you Bed Bath & Beyond for offering this G-R-E-A-T#!# item to the public and I sincerely hope that it is available for purchase for a long time in the future. One thing that I forgot to mention is that the bottom "plate" of the Stufz hamburger press that the hamburger patty rests on easily pops out for cleaning and the hinged configuration of the item also adds to the ease of clean up. I've read "some" reviews indicating that this product is made of cheap plastic. It "is" made of plastic, but of a thicker grade. Consider this STUFZ burger press to be a "tool"--treat it with respect as you would any tool. Don't "over" pack the item and you'll quickly get used to knowing how to create the perfect recessed pocket required during the initial step. I can imagine that even with the metal burger presses that they could bend if too much pressure were applied. This STUFZ burger press seems pretty darn strong to me! I even made a separate purchase of a very inexpensive 11 lb. digital scale with a tare feature that automatically deducts the weight of the dish that the meat is placed on to divide the meat pack with precision so that I can freeze the other half for a meal in the very near future.
July 3, 2014
It took 1/2 pound of burger, but that is not a bad thing. We liked it and will use it often.
Best washed in a dish washer because it does not come apart.
February 10, 2014
A little awkward to use at first, and you MUST wet the Stufz before adding meat - otherwise it will stick and fall apart. But once you get the hang of it, it really does seal the burgers well around the fillings - have not had a single one leak cheese the way they do when I make them by hand.
February 10, 2014