- 1 1/2 pounds ground beef chuck
- 4 1/2 inch cubes pepper jack cheese
- Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper
- 1/2 tbsp vegetable oil
- 4 slices cheddar cheese
- 4 hamburger buns
- ketchup, mustard and/or mayonnaise, for spreading
- lettuce leaves, sliced tomato and/or sliced red onion, for topping
- pickles, for serving
Let’s be honest, a juicy cheeseburger is quite difficult to resist!
A thick, delicious meat patty, the melting cheese overtop, a rich layer of sauce, the tanginess, and several cuts of smoky, salty bacon, a touch of onion, some tomato, and fresh lettuce – all tucked between two buns: what more could you ask for?
The nutritional value of a cheeseburger depends on how you make it. Ingredients and stuffing high in fat can increase bad cholesterol in the body and can prompt different issues. Notwithstanding, an extra lean cheeseburger with different healthy fixings will give your body a large portion of the nutrients it needs.
It is because of the presence of beef that cheeseburgers are said to be packed with iron and protein. The vitamins in red meat stimulate the growth of fresh red blood cells in the body and keep you energized.
How to Make Cheeseburger
15th September is the National Cheeseburger Day.