Made with butter, onions, ground beef, Worcestershire sauce, salt & pepper, Swiss cheese, and sourdough bread.
A lot of the recipes I make I either see on the Food Network or in one of the food magazines I get each month. I usually decide what to make based on:
- What I feel like eating that day
- How delectable the dish looks on television or in the magazines
- Observing the whole process involved in making a dish because I don’t like overly complicated recipes that would wear me out
Today was a simple patty melt day.
This turned out to be a pretty good burger, but I must say I think I prefer a different type of cheese other than Swiss for my burgers—like maybe cheddar. I also missed my ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise toppings.
I didn’t want to turn the burger into something else entirely, so I opted to eat it as is. And though it was good, all I thought about was cheddar cheese and ketchup during the eating process.
So, if you have nothing else to do today, try a patty melt the recipe way or spruce it up and make it your way.
Take-Away Life Lesson: When you’re missing and wanting ketchup and cheddar cheese, just go get the ketchup and cheddar cheese. Life’s too short not to have the condiments and side items you really want.
Creamy Mushroom Cheeseburger