If you are a burger lover, this butterkase cheeseburger with caramelized onion is a must. The taste of this cheeseburger is exceptional, and it will become one of your favorites.
The recipe for butterkase cheeseburger is easy and simple. In the end, you will have a crispy garlic flavored bread, with juicy, cheese-filled burgers, savoy cabbage garnish, and the best of all, caramelized onion on top.
For making a good butterkase cheeseburger with caramelized onion first you got to preheat the grill to medium heat, about 350 F°.
To prepare the garlic spread, remove the excess paper off the bulb and cut 1/4 inch off the head’s top. Drizzle with one tablespoon of canola oil, and sprinkle with salt. Then wrap a ten-inch foil around the garlic bulb, place it on the rack, and grill for 35 to 40 minutes. To grill evenly, turn the foil frequently. Poke it with a fork, and if it is tender, remove it from the heat and let it rest. Mix the grilled garlic with butter and horseradish, and prepare a paste to use on rolls.
In the meantime, choose a broiler pan, and add four tablespoons of Kalleh butter to it. Slice the yellow onions thinly, and add it to the butter in the pan. Take the pan of onions to the grill and place it on the rack. Stir occasionally and let it cook slowly for 35 minutes with the garlic. Adjust the heat to lower or higher if needed. When the onions are golden browned and caramelized, remove from the heat and sprinkle with a salt pinch.
With a sharp knife, slice the cabbage very thinly, place it into a medium bowl. In a separate bowl, mix the canola oil, salt, ground mustard, honey, and ground pepper. Add the mixture to the cabbage bowl, and let it marinate until the burgers are ready to assemble.
Place the ground round and ground chuck In a large bowl. Sprinkle salt, pepper, ground mustard, and use your hand to combine them until mixed. Form the mixture into twelve 170 grams patties. They must have the same sizes as the Kaiser rolls. Place them on a tray. Brush the patties with oil, and place Kalleh butterkase cheese slices on top of the six patties. Use the remaining six patties to cover the cheese and meat pieces, and pinch the ends to keep them loose but firm. Brush both sides of the patties with oil, and let them rest on the tray.
Check the grill; if it is to 350F, brush the grill with canola oil, and place all six patties on the grill. Cover and let cook for 7 to 9 minutes. Turn the patties, cover, and county cooking for seven more minutes. You can cook the burgers based on your desired doneness.
Split the Kaiser rolls, and spread the garlic spread on cut sides of all six rolls. Grill the rolls face down until toasted. Remove the burgers from the grill and put them on the bottom roll. Top that with a pile of caramelized onion and the desired amount of marinated cabbage. Add the top roll, serve on a flat plate, sided with a green salad and grilled fries. Bon Appetit!