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The Burger King Whopper


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    The Burger King Whopper

    Instructions For 1 burger...

    Things You'll Need:

    * Barbecue Grill
    * Sesame seed hamburger bun
    * 1/4 lb. ground beef patty
    * 2 dill pickle slices
    * 4 rings of sliced onion
    * 2 tomato slices
    * Chopped lettuce
    * Mayonnaise
    * Ketchup
    * Dash of Lawry's seasoning salt or McCormick's Season All

    Step 1...
    Heat your barbecue grill...with a medium flame.

    Step 2...
    Gently massage your seasoning salt into the ground beef or ground beef patty. Flatten the ground beef into a flat and wide patty if it isn't already pre-pattied.

    Step 3...
    Cook your hamburger until it's to your liking. Lightly toast both halves of the bun on your grill.

    Step 4...
    Spread your mayonnaise and ketchup on both sides of the bun. Stack it: bottom bun, burger patty, pickles, onions, tomatoes, lettuce, and finally, the top bun.

    If you like cheese on your whopper add a slice of processed American cheese on top of the burger patty and proceed with the rest of the toppings.

    • StephanieM
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      Wow, I didn't know at one time Burger King may have used real cheese. I thought it had always been processed cheese.

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