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Super Smart Patty Melts

Super Smart Patty Melts recipe
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We baked a better burger! This patty melt is lip-smackingly delicious.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
4/6/2006
As other reviewers have said, the patties feel apart way too easily, making them difficult to cook and eat. Next time I would cut down the amount of miracle whip and add something to flavor the patties-perhaps Worchestershire sauce.
posted:
4/2/2006
I am on SouthBeach Phase 3, my husband Phase 1 so we had these open face on lettuce leafs with diced tomatoes to go with the burger, cheese and onion. Very tasty, will make them again when we are both on Phase 3 with the bread.
posted:
2/28/2006
Wow! These turned out better than I could have imagined. The Miracle Whip made these patties so moist they melted in your mouth. I used sandwich buns instead of bread to make them more like a burger. No need for mayo!!!
posted:
2/28/2006
It was good for a different spin on burgers. Very messy- we had to use forks!
posted:
2/22/2006
The aroma that the onion and dressing gave off was heavenly! Instead of using whole grain flat bread, I used whole grain kaiser rolls. We all enjoyed this flavorful recipe!
posted:
2/16/2006
I didn't follow the recipe exactly, but I loved the Miracle Whip mixed in with the meat. It makes the patties stay together better.
posted:
2/7/2006
Awesome! Awesome!! Awesome!!! After reading other postings, I just left the sandwiches in the oven long enough to get toasted. I also had trouble keeping the burgers from falling apart, but the taste is unbelievable! Really, really fantastic and pretty easy to make.
posted:
2/1/2006
This was quick and very delicious, my husband and I loved it.
posted:
1/31/2006
Overall this was not a totally bad recipe but could use some alterations. First of all using miracle whip with the ground beef did not add much flavor to the meat. It did add moisture to the meat while frying but the patty's fell apart too easily, and the meat did not have a very good texture to it. Maybe using an egg and some other types of seasonings would work better. Also the bread became to toasty (practically burnt) in the oven, maybe lowering the temperature or shortening the time in the oven may prevent this from happening. I prefer using cooking spray or margarine on a flat grill or a frying pan to brown bread on each side for just a few minutes. This is one that I may make again but with some adjustments.
posted:
1/27/2006
Excellent patty melt. Was very tasty. Easy to make . Will make again i we love patty melts
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