Thinly sliced onions add a savory crunch to each bite, complementing the robust taste of ground beef seasoned to perfection. This culinary delight, featuring a touch of American cheese, is assembled with care on a steamed bun, creating a mouthwatering experience that captures the essence of Oklahoma's beloved culinary tradition.
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3 white onions
600 grams or 1.1 lbs double ground chuck
6 slices of American cheese
6 burger buns
- to taste Texas seasoning
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- Begin by slicing the onions as thin as possible, using a mandolin or a sharp knife.
- Take a chuck steak and cut it into pieces.
- Use a meat grinder to grind the steak into ground beef. Do this twice for double ground beef.
- Roll the double ground beef into equally portioned balls.
- Preheat your griddle to medium-high heat and place a large carbon steal pan on the grill.
- Place two beef balls in the hot pan and season them with Texas seasoning. Cover them with a handful of sliced onions.
- Smash the burgers down with a spatula.
- Once burger developed a crust, flip the burgers and add a slice of American cheese. Place the top bun on the bottom and the bottom bun on top of the onion burger. Let the cheese melt and the buns steam.
- Lift the burger with the spatula, while placing the top part of the bun under the spatula. Flip and remove spatula.
- Serve and enjoy your delicious Oklahoma fried onion burger!