3 Unique Burger Patty Ingredients You Should Not Miss Out
Mar 24, 2016 06:56 AM EDT | By Mikhail Blacer
Burger patties don't necessarily have to be made of beef and the usual ingredients. Some restaurants treated the world with their unique creations - burgers with patties made up of ingredients you usually don't see on McDonald's and Burger King.
Due to their queerness, the flavors they dish out are something you would want to taste. They can be bought from restaurants across the United States, or you could try whipping one up in your kitchen!
Slater's 'Merica Burger
Its namesake suggests that it would undoubtedly be the favorite of Americans, largely due to the makeup of its patty. Also known as the 50/50, the burger is made up of 50 percent beef and 50 percent bacon, meat products most Americans love. It is also served with bacon-filled thousand island dressing, a fried egg, and two strips of bacon.
However, Serious Eats claims the burger is way too salty to finish. Judging its ingredients, it's also something you would not want to eat regularly - its cholesterol and sodium content is definitely sky high.
Served at Blind Burro in San Diego, California, the Chorizo burger is a pleasant assault on your taste buds. It mainly made from chorizo, a type of pork sausage, which is turned into a patty. It is topped with melted Oaxaca cheese and spicy poblano peppers. The dish is a spicy mix of Mexican cuisine and the usual burger - safe to say that it's a dynamic duo enough to make you smile.
Caramelized Onion Veggie Burger
Who says veggie burgers can't be delicious?
The base of this patty is made up mainly of lentils, onions, cremini mushrooms, and bread crumbs. This can be made at home from this recipe. Unlike most fast food burgers being served, it barely contains any fat and cholesterol. It's also fairly nutritious, as it is power-packed with protein, iron, and calcium. Top it off with delicious goat cheese, and you have a veggie burger you will definitely love.
Do you have any recommended queer burger patty recipes? Tell us in the comments!