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Have you ever had a hankering for a juicy beef patty but you have no burger buns? Never fear! You can totally feed your craving by making a patty melt. All you need is a thick slab of ground beef browned to perfection, caramelized onions, cheese, and two pieces of toasted bread to sandwich it all between.
If you ask me, this sounds like it would taste BETTER than your average run-of-the-mill hamburger. Besides the burger, the fact that you get to pan fry the bread sounds delectably delicious! Why not give this bude of a recipe a try tonight for dinner?
Recipe courtesy of Saveur.
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Quick Tip: Make it a lunch combo and serve this sandwich with a steaming cup of your favorite soup.