Ostrich Burger Patties (200g)
Out of stock
|￥395 / per 1pc
|Raw material origin
|COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
|Ostrich meat, potato starch, spices, salt
|PACKAGING AND HANDLING
|Keep Frozen at -18 degrees C
Lean and tasty - These ostrich burgers are one of a kind.
Cut from the rump, they're super tender! The perfect size for our hamburger buns which you can find in the related products list further down. Ostrich is a great meat that has the flavor and texture of beef without the fat. Its meat is red and has no strong odor. Ostrich meat doesn't shrink when you cook it, making it ideal for burgers.
It's known to be one of the best combinations of healthy eating and great taste. Lower in calories and cholesterol than beef, and high in iron and protein! If you've never tried Ostrich, you're missing out! This is really, really good!
With one pack you can create 2 burgers or 1 double burger!
You can prepare an ostrich burger the same way as a normal beef patty burger. But as this is exotic meat, why not go a little crazy with the toppings as well?
All you need to do for the perfect burger:
1. Cut buns open and lay, cut side down, on a grill or toaster.
2. Cook until lightly toasted (30 seconds to 1 minute.should be enough). (
3. Spread your favorite sauces (mayonnaise, ketchup, BBQ sauce...) on bun bottoms.
4. Add cooked patty, lettuce, tomato, patty, onion, spices ...
5. Set bun tops in place.
Because size does make a difference! Our regular-sized patties weigh around 100g. Sometimes we do offer special patties which weigh 150g and are hand-made. Our patties are thicker and juicier than the burgers of most fast-food chains! All the spices we add are 100% natural spices only and most spices are even ground at our processing plant just shortly before we produce our patties which adds extra freshness. Please make sure to cook these immediately after thawing.
The thawing time depends on many factors such as size, weight, packaging, and type of meat. Please refer to our thawing chart ≫here≪
AmazingMichael2020/08/10Lean, tasty meat that has the bounciness of duck, but a flavor that is disturbingly close to beef (in a good way, of course). The patties cooked well on the grill and were ready quickly due to their relatively small size (100g each), but lost almost none of their mass due to the low fat content. Out of all the exotic meats we tried from the Meatguy, my 7-yera old liked this one the best, and it is probably a good "gateway meat" for those wary of anything that can't be found on Old McDonald's farm.