1/3- Pound Squeeze Burger

READY IN: 25mins
Recipe by mightyro_cooking4u

Adapted from a recipe Courtesy of Squeeze Inn. From "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" cookbook. Frying these on a hot griddle, the owner takes a 1/3 pound handful of cheddar cheese to top a 1/3 pound burger pattie. The cheese spreads out, ice is placed around it, and the top bun is put in place before the whole thing is covered to let it steam. They use "flat-top" burgers, which I like because you get that nice caramelized crisp on the meat. So when making the patties, don't make them too round, flatten them out. This really works. You're gonna love it.-Guy Fieri And I say I second that.

Top Review by MarraMamba

oh oh so good!!! moist, yummy, cheesy! only thing if you make just one burger then don't forget to decrease the amount of ice.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Divide the meat into 3 evenly sized burgers and seasoned with Lawry's Seasoned Salt to taste. Cook the burgers to the desired doneness on a griddle or in a large cast-iron skillet.
  2. Top the burgers with a handful of cheese, then top each one with a bun. Let the cheese melt a bit and then add a couple ice cubes to the pan around the cheese. Cover and cook until the cheese melts completely. (The ice melts and adds just the right amount of steam to melt the cheese and keep the meat moist.
  3. While the cheese melts, make up the bottom buns to your liking with pickles, onions, tomatoes, and lettuce. Once the cheese melts into a skirt around the the burger and browns on the bottom, place the burgers on the bottom buns, cheese and all. Cool slightly so the cheese sets. Serve.

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