Keep in mind that burger patties in restaurants come in four typical sizes, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, & 3/4 pound patties. The average person can be expected to eat the 1/2 pound patty at a typical barbecue. Multiply 40 by 1/2 and you get 20 pounds. Keep in mind, the leaner the meat, the less the shrinkage, but greater leanness means less fat, and less taste (unless you add some). Give me an Angus bacon and cheese with no onions, pickles, tomatoes, Just leave lettuce, bacon, patty, and buns.
Beef comes from cows. Ground beef is beef put through a meat grinder. Ground beef can be used to make hamburgers or meatballs or other dishes.
Wendy's is known for its square ground beef hamburgers and the Frosty, a very thick milkshake.
I do know a recipe for Hamburgers using ground beef, it's mostly about mixing in the right spices. My mother and my self also often make lazangia with ground beef in the our sicilian family sauce.
1) Hamburgers 2) Put it into a spaghetti-dish 3) Put it into a casserole
Hamburgers are ground beef patties. The name is taken from the city of Hamburg in Germany, which was not the only place where such patties were prepared. The practice of serving a hamburger on a round bun dates from the 1890s, but there are competing claims as to who first sold them at retail. Many of the modern incarnations of the ground-beef hamburger were created in the US during the mid-20th century, include the concept of fast-food hamburgers.
Another name for hamburgers would be beef patties or burgers.
Regular hamburgers are made out of a beef patty and onions and cheese.
Hamburgers, fried ground beef patties served on a bun, have been around for at least 100 years.
Assuming you do not add any other ingredients then the answer is 400.
A dressed market beef carcass in the United States averages about 900 pounds, bone-in. The boneless portion of this is about 650 pounds. If all of this were to be ground, you could get approximately 2600 quarter-pound hamburgers from a single cow. However, most carcasses are not completely diverted to ground beef. Ground beef is generally made from the trimmings from more expensive cuts of meat (sirloin, tenderloin, ribeye, etc.). A reasonable estimate would be only 150 pounds of trim from a single carcass, which would be approximately 600 quarter-pound hamburgers from a single cow.
1.8% of the world's beef used in burgers
ground beef ground
its just a name for it
Hamburgers, meatloaf, steaks, meatballs
no they use beef
ground beef = Rinderhackfleisch ground beef = Hackfleisch