Copycat In & Out's Double Double

Copycat In & Out's Double Double Recipe

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@windella

This is a copy cat recipe for my favorite hamburger restaurant,it's called the double double. Double meat,double cheese. It's the DELICIOUS!!
It's a simple burger,nothing special, I don't usually eat thousand island dressing or American cheese, but it's the best burger ever! It doesn't come with pickles but I add pickles.

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

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Ingredients

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    hamburger bun
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    1/3 lb ground beef
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    dash salt
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    kraft thousand island dressing
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    1 large tomato slice
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    1 large lettuce leaf
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    2 slices american cheese
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    1 whole onion slice,sliced thin
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    dill pickle chips

How to Make Copycat In & Out's Double Double

Step-by-Step

  1. Preheat a frying pan over medium heat.
    Lightly toast both halves of the bun,face down . Set aside
    Seperate the meat into 2 even,thin patties slightly larger than the bun .
    Lightly salt each patty.Cook 2-3 minutes on first side.Flip over immediatly put cheese on each patty.Cook 2-3 minutes.Assemble cheeseburger in following order stacking from the bottom up:
    bottom bun
    dressing
    tomato
    lettuce
    beef patty
    onion
    beef patty
    top bun

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About Copycat In & Out's Double Double

Course/Dish: Beef




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