Wooleybooger· Founding Member
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
This isn't an original Wooleyburger, when I made these I couldn't get large tomatoes so I used Romas and put 3 pieces to a burger.
I use a Kaiser roll exclusively for burgers.
First mix the meat. 80/20 ground beef with your favorite meat seasoning. Taking the plastic lid from a half gallon jar pack the meat into the cap but not too tightly and run out on a sheet pan lined with baking paper, it should be almost the same size as the bun. Preheat oven to 350 and cook the meat for about 15 minutes until done or grill them if you prefer.
Slice large tomatoes to 1/4 inch thick or a little thicker.
Slice a red onion the same.
For the lettuce I like iceberg, red tip, green leaf or butterhead. Use your favorite.
Split the rolls and slather mayo on both sides.
Now for the controversial part. IMO mustard and cheese do not belong on a burger much less the same room with a burger. So there. Wooley has spoken.