This is barely a recipe- just some notes on technique. Ratios subject to change as I dial it in.
I topped only with herbed goat cheese and caramelized onion. Top yours how you want, but remember this is basically steak by another name. If you wouldn’t put tomatoes and mayo on your steak, you don’t want them here for the same reason. The meat is the star!
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The Steakhouse Burger Explained
The Steakhouse Burger is a burger that needs no introduction.
In this section, I will be exploring the history of the Steakhouse Burger and how it has been evolved from a simple burger, to a lifestyle.
What goes in a Steakhouse Burger?
The burger is the United States‘ most popular sandwich. Americans eat an average of 50 billion burgers a year. Steakhouse burgers are a delicious variation on the traditional burger. They are usually beef, but they can also be buffalo, venison or elk.
How to Prepare the Perfect Steakhouse Burger at Home
The perfect steakhouse burger is a staple of the American diet. The key to a great burger is to make sure you have a thick patty, a flavorful meat, and a good bun.
In order to prepare the perfect steakhouse burger at home, start by finding high quality ground beef from your grocery store. Next, add in some seasoning such as salt and pepper or add in your favorite spices into the ground beef before cooking it.
Make sure that you cook the meat thoroughly so that it doesn’t have any pink coloring in order to keep foodborne illnesses at bay. When it comes time to toast your buns, you can use butter or mayonnaise on them for added flavor and texture.
Finally, when assembling the sandwich make sure that you have
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What Is a Steakhouse Burger? Where Does the Name Come From?
We can’t seem to get enough of all the burger joints popping up everywhere, and we’re not the only ones who love them.
Americans eat about 50 billion (yes, with a B) burgers every year. That’s half a billion more than they used to, and about 200 million more than in 2006.
The Steakhouse Burger comes from the now-closed New York City restaurant Le Relais de Venise. This restaurant was known for their beef steaks and bacon burgers so it only made sense to combine the two.
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The History of the Steakhouse Burger and Why it is Such a Popular Food Type
In 1954, a man named Lionel Sternberger opened a restaurant in Dallas called The Original Steak House. He had been given an iron from an old forge by his father and he used it to create a unique burger that would be his signature dish.
The first time Sternberger served it, the burger was made with ground beef, a piece of bacon, a fried egg and cheese. The combination of meat and egg was cooked until the edges were crispy and the yolk ran over the patty. The steamed bun was dressed with mayonnaise, lettuce and tomato. In 1956, an article about this burger was published in Playboy magazine which helped catapult the dish into national popularity.
Tips for Finding the Best Steakhouse Burger Near You
When it comes to steak, not all restaurants are created equal.
There are a lot of factors that go into finding the best burger near you. One is the type of meat used in the patty, another is what toppings are chosen, and the third is how it’s cooked. But if you are someone who likes to taste different restaurants in your area, all you need to know is where to start looking.
A good place to start would be with this list of 10 best steakhouse burgers by Food & Wine Magazine. They rank their top 10 steakhouses for their signature burger based on the quality of meat, bun choice, quality of toppings and cooking method.
- 100 g Dry aged rib eye ground medium
- 100 9 rib eye steak ground medium
- 100 g chuck 80/20 ground medium
- 1 brioche bun
- 2 tsp butter
- 2-3 tbsp goat cheese
- 1/4 cup caramelized onions
- loosely pack the meat into a patty slightly larger than your bun. Press a dimple into the center of the top and set aside
- Heat a skillet on medium-high heat until sizzling / ~300F
- Liberally salt the patty on both sides, sear 3 minutes on one side, flip and sear another 3 minutes
- Turn heat to medium, cover and cook to desired doneness (another 4-6 minutes)
- Butter and toast the buns. For extra flavour do it in the burger skillet. For nice looking buns, do it under the broiler.
- Spread the heel of the bun with onions, top with the patty, spread goat cheese on top of the patty (again so as not to mangle your bun) Top with bun top and serve with a steak knife to halve the burger