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Confira as dicas de preparo para um hambúrguer perfeito

A ideia é muito simples. Um pão macio recheado com um disco de carne suculento capaz de por de joelho até o mais regrado dos onívoros. O hambúrguer, de sanduíche barato feito com carnes de origem duvidosa, conquistou seu espaço no universo gastronômico. Uma trajetória longa e tortuosa. Fique com as dicas que eu colhi pela vida de como fazer o hambúrguer caseiro dar certo como nas lanchonetes.

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Bife à milanesa magro: feito no forno!! - Cozinha da Tina - Jornal NH

Bife à milanesa, ou simplesmente "milanesa", é um empanado originário da culinária italiana, que se tornou popular na maioria dos países da América Latina, feito com bifes tradicionalmente de vitela temperados e fritos em óleo quente após serem empanados com ovos batidos e farinha de rosca.

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Receita de cauterização caseira

Máscara hidratante para cabelos

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Como curar um pernil com sal antes de defumá-lo

Como curar um pernil com sal antes de defumá-lo | eHow Brasil

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How to Broil a T Bone Steak

Broiling and grilling do not have many differences. In fact, an oven broiler is essentially a grill flipped upside down. Although you don't get the charcoal flavor that can be provided by some types of grills, broiling is a much easier method of cooking meat and can be done without any extra equipment. A T-bone steak is a popular cut of meat that...

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How to Cook a Foil-Wrapped Steak in the Oven

While foil-packet cooking is most often done during camping, it's also a convenient way to cook lean cuts of steak in the oven. Wrapped in foil, the steak essentially cooks in its own steam, ensuring that moisture stays in the meat. You can also turn it into a single-serve meal by adding vegetables to steam cook in the packet along with the steak.

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How to Broil a T Bone Steak

Broiling and grilling do not have many differences. In fact, an oven broiler is essentially a grill flipped upside down. Although you don't get the charcoal flavor that can be provided by some types of grills, broiling is a much easier method of cooking meat and can be done without any extra equipment. A T-bone steak is a popular cut of meat that...

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Sheet Pan Steak and Veggies

Chungah Rhee, the blogger behind Damn Delicious and creator of some of the most popular recipes on Pinterest, knows an effortless dinner is one that comes together with just one pan. This combination of steak and vegetables falls firmly under that definition. In this recipe, the veggies get a head start in the oven, with the steak added in after and broiled to desired doneness.

Heat a skillet with olive oil and sear the steak on high for 2-3 minutes, and turn it so every side of the steak has a nice brown color. Then place the skillet with the meat into a 350-degree oven for about 20-25 minutes until medium doneness. If you like it cooked more, keep it in longer.