Burger king whopper
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Burger king whopper
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:11:23 AM. Recipe ID 38860. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Burger king whopper
 Categories: Main dish, Meats
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      1    Sesame-seed hamburger bun
    1/4 lb Ground beef
      1 ds Salt
      3    Dill pickle chips or slices
      1 ts Catsup
      4    Onion rings
      2    Tomato slices
    1/4 c  Chopped lettuce
      1 tb Mayonaise
 
  1) Preheat barbecue grill--hot fire 2) Toast both halves of the bun,
  face down, in hot skillet. Set aside. 3) Form beef into thin patty
  (use hamburger press, or bottoms of 2 butter plates) slightly larger
  than bun. 4) Lightly salt patty and cook on grill for 2 to 3 min. per
  side. 5) Build burger in following stacking order from bottom up:
  bottom bun-patty-pickles-catsup-onion rings-tomatoes-
  lettuce-mayo-top bun.
  
  Yield: 1 hamburger
  
  In 1954, in Miami, FL, James McLamore and David Edgerton built the
  first Burger King Restaurant. By 1991 more than 6,400 Burger King
  outlets could be found in fourty countries and all fifty states. That
  gives this burger giant more than $6 billion in sales each year,
  making it the 2nd largest fast-food chain. (McDonald's is the
  largest.)
       For many, the favorite item on the menu is a flame-broiled
  hamburger conceived by the partners on a business trip from Orlando
  to Miami in 1957. Dubbed the "Whopper," this sandwich is
  overwhelmingly popular; figures show that Burger King sells more that
  540 million annually, or nearly 2 million a day. And with more that
  1,023 different combinations of the eight-or-so ingredients,
  including a vegetarian version, you really can "have it your way."
  
  




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Recipe ID 38860 (Apr 03, 2005)

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