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Very simple, and delightful. Apparently soaking the onion slices in ice cold water removes the stinging bite of the onions and mellows out the taste so the eyes don't burn; it must have worked because DH didn't hand me his onion slices. Thanks for keeping the volume of salad dressing in line with the portions. Made for Newest Zaar Tag.

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KateL July 06, 2011

This was so easy and good too. I actually used mine in a salad, which worked well. Thanks!

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Sharon123 June 30, 2011

A wonderfully easy and delightful change this hamburger topper is. I increased the dressing by an additional half so as to be able to add a yellow tomato along with the red tomato and onion. These burgers were delicious wrapped in large red lettuce leaves instead be served on buns. This tasty topping is a keeper thanks for the post.

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Debbwl September 03, 2011

I also just made a small salad out of this, because I don't really care for tomatoes on burgers. It's very good. Soaking the onions for a brief time takes away some of the "bite" while leaving in the flavor. I definitely recommend the fresh basil, and plenty of pepper! Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl August 22, 2011
Tomato Topper for Burgers