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Caramelized Onion Burger

August 28, 2009

I made this dinner at 10pm last night after a late night gym session. Actually, I just made this for B and he loved it. He couldn’t decide which burger was better-his Birthday Burger or this one, although they both have pretty much the same ingredients. Like I said before, anything with prosciutto is good to him. This kind of meal is perfect after a long night out, the saltiness from the prosciutto combined with the spiciness from the pepperjack cheese, all on top of a nice beef patty, you can’t get late night food better than this. Makes me want to open a burger joint, kind of. I have been obsessing over everything Bobby Flay lately. I guess that’s what his food does to you after you’ve had it. Every time I see him on TV, I feel like I can “connect” with his food, does that sound lame? Anyways, I saw an advertisement for his burger joint when we were at Mesa Grill a couple weeks ago, but all his locations are on the east coast 😦 I twittered him to open one in L.A. B was almost going to get a burger at Mesa Grill, but I pushed him to get something else. I said you can get burgers anywhere and you want to get one here?! His response: …but it’s a Bobby Flay burger! Case closed.

Caramelized Onion Burger

Serves 1 hungry boy

1 ground beef patty (96/4 extra lean)

Salt and pepper

1 whole wheat hamburger bun

1 tablespoon tomato bruschetta

1 slice tomato

2 slices red onion

1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar

1 slice pepperjack cheese

1 slice prosciutto

handful of baby mixed greens

Directions

1. Heat grill to medium high. Salt and pepper beef patty and cook for 4 minutes on each side for well done. Top a slice of pepperjack cheese on top until melted

2. Sautee red onions with a tablespoon of balsamic and let it reduce down, for 5 minutes.

3. Meanwhile, toast hamburger bun and prociutto in the oven for 3 minutes

4. Spread bruschetta sauce on the bottom of the bun, top with lettuce, tomato, prosciutto, burger patty, cheese and caramelized red onion. Enjoy!

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  1. August 28, 2009 7:52 pm

    Now, that my kind of burger. all those onions look great on it.

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