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Sirloin Burger with Red Wine Glazed Onions and Mushrooms, Sharp Cheddar, and Horseradish Mustard on a Pretzel Roll

16 Oct

When ever I get a food craving, like a deep craving for something meaty, cheesy, and juicy, it is almost always a cheeseburger. And while there are many great places in the Los Angeles area to get the burger monkey off your back I prefer a custom homemade burger.

Nothing like a nice, juicy, meaty half pound sirloin burger with all the works. Put that baby on a salty crisp pretzel roll and it is out of this world!

Heres what ya need:

1/2 lb ground sirloin

pretzel roll from your local bakery

1 red onion

1/4 lb baby bella mushrooms

sharp cheddar

horseradish

mustard

red wine

butter

olive oil s+p

Heres what you do:

1. Season meat with a good amount of sea salt and fresh cracked pepper. Form into patty and set in fridge.

2. Slice onions and mushrooms into 1/8″ slices. Heat 2 tbls butter in medium skillet of med-low heat. Sweat onions and mushrooms in pan until they begin to caramelize, 20 minutes. Crank heat up high and add about 3/4 cup red wine into pan and deglaze. Season with s+p and cook remaining wine off. Set aside.

3. Heat small amount of oil in a med-high pan. Season each side of burger patty with sea salt. Once pan is hot lay your burger in gently and allow a nice crust to form. DO NOT press down on the patty and DO NOT move it around. After about 4-5 minutes, flip the burger and cook another 4 or until desired doneness (this will get you a nice well medium temp). Remove it from the pan and immediately top it with your onions and shrooms and a healthy helping of sharp cheddar, allow to rest.

4. In a small dish mix about 1 tblsp prepared horseradish and 1/4 cup brown mustard. Slice pretzel roll and apply horseradish mustard to both sides of the bun.

5. Place patty on bun and serve with Oven Baked Fries.

Cheers!

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