Whip up a succulent Onion Burger In-N-Out Style, right in your kitchen! You can recreate this mouthwatering delight with just a handful of readily available ingredients. It only takes 30 minutes! Serve it for a quick dinner or impress your guests at your next barbecue gathering.
Create a scrumptious, onion-wrapped Flying Dutchman In-N-Out burger right in your kitchen! With just a handful of ingredients, you can whip up this delectable dish that’s satisfying and low in carbs. This homemade version of the popular fast-food favorite is simple to prepare, making it perfect for a quick meal. Enjoy the onion, melted cheese and beefy flavor in every bite!
What I Love About This Recipe
- This homemade Flying Dutchman burger is an absolute delight to the taste buds, offering a delicious alternative to your usual takeout orders.
- Being bun-less, it serves as a satisfying meal low in carbs, making it an excellent choice for those mindful of their carbohydrate intake.
- The simplicity of the Flying Dutchman recipe lies in its minimalistic ingredient list, making it an easy-to-prepare dish even for novice cooks.
- Moreover, this recipe is highly scalable. Whether cooking for a few or catering to a crowd, you can effortlessly double or triple the ingredients to meet your needs. Enjoy this versatile and tasty treat!
- Large onion: Select a large, ripe, fresh white onion for this recipe. Slice them into medium slices to make a bun.
- Beef burgers: I use frozen beef burgers for this recipe to save time, but you can also make the burgers from scratch.
- Salt and pepper: To taste.
- Cheese slices: Select burger cheese slices for this recipe.
- Mayonnaise: Use your favorite brand of mayonnaise for the sauce.
- Ketchup: Select good-quality ketchup for the best flavor.
- Mustard: English mustard works well for this recipe.
- Vinegar: To add a sour taste to the sauce.
- Gherkin juice: For extra flavor.
- Gherkins: Dice them up.
How to Make Onion Burger In-n-Out
Get the full recipe and ingredient measurements from the recipe card below.
- Begin by creating your custom burger sauce. Combine mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, vinegar, gherkin juice, and chopped gherkins in a bowl. Mix these ingredients until they’re well combined. Feel free to adjust the quantities of each ingredient to cater to your taste. Once done, set the sauce aside for later use.
2. Next, peel and finely chop large onions. Keep them aside for later use.
3. Heat a splash of vegetable oil in a pan. Once the oil is hot, add six frozen beef patties seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic powder (optional) to the pan.
4. Cook the burgers on both sides for 5-7 minutes on medium heat or until cooked.
5. As the burgers are cooking, add the chopped onions to the pan. Cook them on both sides for about 3-5 minutes until they turn a beautiful golden color.
6. Once the beef patties are cooked, place cheese slices on them. Allow the cheese to melt, then start stacking your burger. Begin with an onion slice, followed by a beef patty with the cheese side up, another cheese-topped patty, and another onion slice.
7. Serve this juicy, homemade Flying Dutchman burger with the previously prepared burger sauce and some yellow chili peppers for an added kick. You might also enjoy my Big Mac Burger Salad if you enjoy unique burger recipes.
Tips and Tricks
- Beef patties: You make them from scratch by shaping ground beef into balls and crushing them. Season with salt, pepper, and garlic powder, then cook. Watch the patties as they cook to prevent them from overcooking and becoming tough and chewy.
- Burger sauce: Taste the burger sauce and adjust it to your taste by adding less or more of each ingredient.
This burger is served without a bun and is composed of onions, cheese, beef patties, and a special burger sauce.
Yes, it is a real burger that can be ordered at In-n-Out.
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Onion Burger In-n-Out Style
- Large onion
- 6 Beef burgers frozen or homemade with ground beef
- Salt and pepper to taste optional
- 6 cheese slices
- ⅓ cup of mayonnaise
- 2 tablespoon of ketchup
- 2 teaspoon of mustard
- 1-2 teaspoon of vinegar
- 1-2 teaspoon of gherkin juice
- 3 tablespoon of chopped gherkins
- Begin by making the sauce. Mix mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, vinegar, gherkin juice, and gherkins in a bowl until well combined. Adjust the quantities of each ingredient to your liking. Keep this sauce aside for later use.
- Proceed to peel and dice large onions. Keep these aside as well.
- Heat a dash of vegetable oil in a pan. Once the oil is hot, add six frozen beef burgers to the pan.
- Cook the burgers on both sides for approximately 5-7 minutes on medium heat, or until they’re thoroughly cooked.
- As the burgers cook, add the diced onions to the pan. Cook these on both sides for about 3-5 minutes, or until they turn a golden color.
- Once the beef patties are cooked, place slices of cheese on top. After the cheese melts, start stacking your burger. Begin with an onion slice, followed by a beef patty with the cheese side up, another cheese-topped patty, and finally, another onion slice.
- Serve this juicy, homemade Flying Dutchman burger with the previously prepared burger sauce and some yellow chili peppers for an added kick.