This Wagyu Burger made with American wagyu beef is so flavorful and juicy with the perfect caramelized crust! From American wagyu to Australian wagyu to JapaneseA5 wagyu beef, you will never want a regular hamburger again!
Grill, frying pan, skillet, cast iron skillet or griddle
1lbWagyu beef burgerAmerican wagyu beef, Australian wagyu beef, Japanese A5 wagyu ground beef
Divide burger into 2 to 4 wagyu burger patties (depending on how large you want your burgers).
Heat skillet or grill to medium-high heat.
Place each wagyu burger into the skillet. Season with a sprinkle of salt.
Do not move or flip burgers until the bottom forms a caramelized brown crust.
Cook to desired temperature on the first side (timing will depend on size and thickness of your burger).
Flip each wagyu burger and cook to desired temperature on second side (timing will depend on size and thickness of your burger).
Note: FDA recommends cooking ground beef to an internal temperature of at least 160 degrees.
Remove wagyu burgers from skillet or grill and serve with toppings of choice.
Note: FDA recommends cooking ground beef to an internal temperature of at least 160 degrees. Times will depending on the size and thickness of your burgers.Internal Beef Temperatures (approximate):
Medium Rare: 130-135°F
Medium Well: 150-155°F
Well Done: 160-165°F
Wagyu Smash Burgers: Instead of forming flatter burger patties, you form round balls if you wish to make a smash burger. Place the formed ball into your heated skillet and smash down the burger into the skillet with your spatula. This will form more jagged crusty edges on your burger.Different Wagyu Burger Options: