The original burger recipe - some say it came from California, some say from NY, and others that it came from Germany. It does not matter, since it has become an all-American staple for all to enjoy. Here's our version!
For this cook, you're going to need a flat-top griddle. Alternatively, you could use a cast iron skillet. You're gonna want to cook at a medium-high temperautre, so make all the necessary preparations for your particular setup!
Other than that, there's not a whole lot you need to do. Chop your lettuce, and separate the ground beef into portions (1 lb = 4 smashburger patties). That's it- you're ready to start cooking.
Spread some butter on the hot grill, and get the patties on there. While the first side is cooking, give the buns a quick toast and set aside.
Once the buns are gone, flip your patties and smash them with a sturdy spatula. You want them to be as thin as 1/4 inch (0.6 cm). Season with Texas Beef and cook for about half a minute, then flip again, and place one slice of American Cheese on each patty to melt.
It's assembly time... Spread some mustard on the bottom bun, and add pickles, lettuce, tomato, onion, and/or whatever makes a burger great for you!
Once the cheese has sufficiently molten over the patties, move the patties over to their final resting place - two of them stacked on each burger. Spread some mustard on the top bun -or don't- and put it in place.
And that's it! Serve alongside some fries, or on its own - this is one we can all enjoy.
Catch you on the next recipe!
Grilled Burger Recipe
The original burger recipe - some say it came from California,some sayfrom NY, and others that it came from Germany. It does not matter, since it has become an all-American staple for all to enjoy. Here's our version!
1 lb (450 gr) of Ground Beef
Kosmo's Q Texas Beef Rub
American Cheese slices
Chopped Romaine Lettuce
1 Red Onion (Kosmo calls them purple onions)
1 stick of Butter
Get your patties on the grill.
Toast your buns and set aside.
Flip your patties and smash them with a sturdy spatula
Add cheese to the patties and cover them with a steel bowl to allow the cheese to melt.
Start building the burgers, until they are ready to receive the blessed beef.
Move the patties over to their final resting place.
Cut the burger in half if you need to get a good grip, and enjoy!
If you could grill one thing for the rest of your life, this strip steak would be it. Stupid simple, crazy delicious, true to its NY roots: this is the best strip steak - period.
Everyone wishes that they could have award-winning competition BBQ at their backyard barbecue parties. With Kosmo’s BBQ, that's exactly what you'll have, every time.