How to Make Cheeseburger
- Slice the beef into 4 equal portions.
- In the center of each, push a cube of pepper jack and mold the meat around the cheese.
- Shape about 4 inches wide and 3/4 inch thick patties.
- Spice up the patties with salt and pepper.
- Over medium-high heat, heat the vegetable oil in a large skillet.
- Include the patties and sauté until browned at the base or roughly about 4 minutes.
- Turn the patties and dispense a slice of cheese on each. Fry for another 4 to 5 more minutes.
- Simultaneously, toast the hamburger buns and spread ketchup, mustard, and/or mayonnaise.
- Stuff the burgers with patties and top with lettuce, tomato, and/or red onion.
- Dish up and serve with pickles.
- Presented in the nineteenth century, cheeseburger or the then 'hamburger' was one of the least expensive ways for the poorest of Americans to eat meat
- Denver, Colorado claims the idea of cheeseburger. In 1935, Louis Ballast of Humpty Dumpty Drive-In was granted the trademark, yet he never implemented it
- The biggest cheeseburger ever made on the planet tipped the scales at an incredible 777 pounds. Made on June 2nd in 2011, at the Alameda County Fair in California by Juicy's, the monster burger included 50 pounds of cheese. The bun alone tipped the scales at 272 pounds and contained 1.375 million calories
15th September is the National Cheeseburger Day.