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Offline Dangerous Salumi

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Re: Oklahoma onion burgers
« Reply #100 on: January 15, 2020, 04:40:02 PM »
My overall impression is "why did I eat this" when I have been there.
I give it a "meh" rating partly because it was 10 am when these pictures were taken.

Im sure they would be great if I was pissed out of my mind and it was 1am.
Drunk driving has lately been frowned upon so I doubt I'll get to enjoy these beauties with that type of reference anytime soon if ever.
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Re: Oklahoma onion burgers
« Reply #101 on: January 15, 2020, 04:55:29 PM »
When I make my "sliders" I use Martin's rolls (like WM does). They are in nearly every grocery store around me.
2.5 oz 80/20. I use an adjustable patty press,  make them an hour or two in advance and refrigerate them before I fry them in a cast iron pan with a handful of thinly sliced onions. Add cheese when they are flipped. They get ketchup, mustard and dill pickle slices. You must have fries when eating these. I eat fries with mayo.
You can see in the pictures, WM fries one side while the onions are on top and then flips them and puts the bun on top White Castle style.
All of the fatty cheesey stuff that makes it to the grill gets scraped up and put on the burgers too. 

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Re: Oklahoma onion burgers
« Reply #102 on: January 31, 2020, 03:27:19 PM »
It looks like Martin's potato rolls are making their way into parts of Texas, in H-E-B retail stores located in Austin and Houston:

https://www.bakingbusiness.com/articles/50231-martins-potato-rolls-expands-to-texas-market

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Re: Oklahoma onion burgers
« Reply #103 on: January 31, 2020, 10:51:30 PM »
When I make my "sliders" I use Martin's rolls (like WM does). They are in nearly every grocery store around me.
2.5 oz 80/20. I use an adjustable patty press,  make them an hour or two in advance and refrigerate them before I fry them in a cast iron pan with a handful of thinly sliced onions. Add cheese when they are flipped. They get ketchup, mustard and dill pickle slices. You must have fries when eating these. I eat fries with mayo.
You can see in the pictures, WM fries one side while the onions are on top and then flips them and puts the bun on top White Castle style.
All of the fatty cheesey stuff that makes it to the grill gets scraped up and put on the burgers too.

Did you ever spend time in Germany? That's how I picked up the pomme frites mit mayonnaise, NOT to be confused with the abomination Miracle Whip!!!
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Re: Oklahoma onion burgers
« Reply #104 on: February 01, 2020, 12:34:01 PM »
Did you ever spend time in Germany? That's how I picked up the pomme frites mit mayonnaise, NOT to be confused with the abomination Miracle Whip!!!
some folks grew up with The Whip, Jon. I like it on certain things...dry cure salami, for one, wakes up with that lil sweetness of MW.  🍻
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Re: Oklahoma onion burgers
« Reply #105 on: February 02, 2020, 05:15:21 PM »
Who ever created Miracle Whip is going to have some explaining to do when they meet St Peter.

I have almost always eaten, in my adult life, French Fries with mayonnaise at home or wherever I go.

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Re: Oklahoma onion burgers
« Reply #106 on: February 02, 2020, 06:15:44 PM »
Who ever created Miracle Whip is going to have some explaining to do when they meet St Peter.

I have almost always eaten, in my adult life, French Fries with mayonnaise at home or wherever I go.
exactly what my German gf had always done...I add a lil hot sauce or garlic aioli to the Mayo... Good stuff. 🍻
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Re: Oklahoma onion burgers
« Reply #107 on: February 03, 2020, 08:13:56 AM »
It looks like Martin's potato rolls are making their way into parts of Texas, in H-E-B retail stores located in Austin and Houston:

https://www.bakingbusiness.com/articles/50231-martins-potato-rolls-expands-to-texas-market

Peter

Thanks for posting that. I never go down the bread isle and never would have noticed if you hadn't.
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