Patty Melt

Patty Melt Recipe

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I had a taste for a patty melt the other day,I don't eat meat often so I don't know where that craving came from,anyway I made one and it was sooo good.I like sourdough bread but feel free to make it on rye as well,that's how my friends like it.


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    8 slices sliced sourdough bread
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    1 t. onion powder
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    1 1/2 t. salt
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    1 t. black pepper
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    1 1/2 lb lean ground beef
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    4 tablespoons butter
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    2 onions,sliced thin
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    1 t. canola oil
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    2 c shredded provolone cheese

How to Make Patty Melt


  1. Mix onion powder,1t. salt and pepper. Add beef and gently mix well to combine. Divide meat into 4 equal portions. Shape each into a oval.
    Melt 1 T. butter in a skillet over medium high heat. Cook 2 patties until well browned about 5 mins. Remove from pan and cook remaining patties.
    Pour off the grease. Add 1 t. oil, 1 T. butter, onions and 1/2 t. salt and cook occasionally, until golden brown,8-10 mins.Place patties,browned side up,on top of the onions. Reduce heat to medium and cook until onions are tender and patties are cooked through,about 5 mins.
    Divide 1 c cheese among 4 slices of bread. Top with patties,onions and remaining cheese and bread. Wipe out skillet with paper towels. Melt 1 T. butter in same skillet over medium heat.Cook 2 sandwiches until golden brown and cheese is melted,about 3-4 mins. per side. Transfer to a warm plate and cook remaining sandwiches in 1 T. butter.

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Course/Dish: Beef

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