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burger recipes.....here is mine....SO GOOOOD

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by jakeslim, Feb 28, 2004.

  1. jakeslim

    jakeslim 1/2 ton status

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    Ok, here is my top secret burger recipe...enjoy

    1)fatty hamburger meat..fresh..none of that lean stuff
    2)with hands, mix in onion powder, pepper and BALSAMIC vinegar. Sprinkle in plenty of onion powder and pepper, but the real win hear is the balsamic. Talk about a killer burger taste. Just a couple of splashes are good enough and blend in with hands.
    3)Make large patties 5-6 inches wide,about inch thick. The trick is not to make the patties "tight". Pack them loosely so the juices can move. Also cooks better and faster.
    4)In a VERY hot pan, throw patty in and cook until side is light brown, flip....cook until dark brown and flip once more until first side is dark brown also. This will ensure
    it is cooked safely, but not dry.

    Onion bun is best, but regular is fine also,

    I like mayo and mustard on mine with some "spring mix" lettuce.

    Ok i am starving now.
     
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    OT - But are you the owner of the store in your sig or what? Seems odd.....
     
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    yes, its my biz.
     
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    Is it strictly business are are you for the arts/an artist
     
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    I worked for 15 yrs in the corporate world of children's product(toys r us). Broke away to work on my own biz. My girlfriend was involved with childrens clothing industry as well for a few years and she is my other half of the biz.

    If you need anything for gifts or own kids let me know and I can discount for people on CK5
     
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    Oh ok, business thing

    Nevermind then

    I'll try the burgers

    Here's my recipe for fajitas

    Chicken
    Peppers
    Onions

    Cook in large pot

    Mix equal parts sugar and soy sauce in bowl

    Dump on fried stuff

    Dump whole globby pile on tortilla with sour cream

    East so much you puke and hate yourself

    Drink beer

    Repeat
     
  7. Can Can

    Can Can Pusher Man Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Sounds like an interesting recipe. Maybe I'll try it for lunch tomorrow. /forums/images/graemlins/waytogo.gif

    There's only one problem- A hamburger MUST be cooked over an open flame. Cooking meat in a frying pan is a crime.... /forums/images/graemlins/whistling.gif
     
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    the balsamic vinegar does something to the meat....so juicy.
     
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    Here's mine-

    INGREDIENTS-

    Lean ground beef
    1 egg
    Instant oatmeal
    2/3 cup small 1/2" cubes of cheddar cheese
    Spices- we like garlic salt and fresh ground pepper

    Beat the egg in a bowl. Add in the ground beef and knead by hand. Start adding the oatmeal, a bit at a time, kneading as you go. I would say I use around a cup of oatmeal per pound of beef(I never really measure- I kinda go by texture). Now throw in the cheddar cubes and mix them in by hand, too. Make your patties about 1" thick.

    Cook the burgers over a BBQ, of course. /forums/images/graemlins/peace.gif
     
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    hmmm...maybe my recipe will keep you from "snapping" /forums/images/graemlins/histerical.gif /forums/images/graemlins/whistling.gif
     
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    hers my recipe...

    1. grab wallet
    2. grab keys
    3. get in car.
    4. drive in "in n out"
    5. order 4x4 animal style and animal style fry's.
    6. eat and enjoy!

    disclaimer- non californians dont have access to in-n-out unless their visiting us.
     
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    hey..who can deny in-n-out....HANDS DOWN the best joint to eat burgers at.
     
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    Can someone define "animal style" ?
     
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    check out in-n-out.com for the basic menu

    here is the secret menu:









    "Animal Style" - bun is grilled with mustard, sauteed onions instead of raw, pickles, extra "special sauce" - [this can also be applied to fries (Note: I recently tried this on fries, but don't personally recommend it / Nov. 2, 2003)]
    "Wish Burger" - no meat, i.e. veggie burger

    "Protein Style" - lettuce wrapped around the burger instead of a bun for all of you who are in "The Zone"

    Update 12/23/2003 - there is no such thing as "Old Fashioned Style" - originally I had this listed as "ketchup and mustard instead of the weird special sauce" but that is incorrect as a call from In-n-Out today revealed.

    "Flying Dutchman" - two meat patties with two slices of cheese. that's it.

    "Double Meat" - Double Double without cheese

    "4x4" - 4 meat patties with 4 slices of cheese. Are you SURE you can eat that?

    "2x4" - 2 meat patties with 4 slices of cheese for the fromage afficionado

    "Grilled Cheese" - cheeseburger, sans meat

    "Fries - well done" - get your fries extra crispy and brown the way you like them!

    "Choco-Vanilla Swirl Shake" - just what it sounds like Note: this is not an official secrent menu item, but at most In-n-Out Burgers they will make it if asked for... 12/23/2003

    "Neopolitan Shake" - a blend of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry shak
     

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