How To Cook Your Wagyu Patties
1) Thaw burger patties overnight inside the food safe bag and place on your kitchen counter at room temperature 30 minutes before cooking.
2) Pre-heat your toaster oven to 180 degrees celsius or 350 degrees F.
3) Using medium high heat, place a cast iron skillet or any medium-sized pan 1on your stove with 1 tablespoon of oil.
4) Use kitchen towels to wipe excess moisture from the patties and add salt and pepper to both sides of the patties.
5) Slice the burger buns and place in the oven to toast for 5-6 minutes.
6) Place 2-3 patties inside your pan. Let them sear for 90 seconds on side for medium rare, 120 seconds for medium and 180 seconds for well-done.
7) Flip the burgers to finish cooking on the other side. Place a slice of cheese on each burger and then cover your pan with a lid or using another pan and inverting it to act as a lid.
8) Check on the burger buns from the oven and check if they are warm to touch. If they are already warmed up, place on a plate for serving.
8) After 30 seconds, lift the pan to check if cheese has melted to desired doneness.
9) Once cooking to desired doneness is achieved. Place your burger on the heated buns and top with the caramelized onions. You can add tomatoes, bacon, mayo at this point.
10) Now is the time to enjoy your dry-aged burger!