Five stars for the sauce. Subbed dill relish for sweet, Jarlsberg for Swiss, grilled Miami onion rolls rather than buns. Simple yet very good burgers. Served with CL's new potato salad. Nice-and-easy March Madness supper.
Out-n-In California Burger
carolfitz Posted: 03/20/11
Whygal Posted: 02/28/11
WOW!! A GREAT BURGER!! The only thing I did not have on had was an avocado when I made this burger (the day the magazine came!). The sauce combo along with the other fixin's made this burger a keeper in our family!
LauraMcGhghy Posted: 03/02/11
Used dill relish and chips, used Miracle Whip Light rather than mayo. Turned out juicy and tasty - definitely satisfied burger craving.
mtbike40 Posted: 05/30/11
I thought that this burger was very tasty and easy to prepare. The sauce is delicious and I even tried it with a hot dog and it was delicious as well. I think that his will be one of our everyday burger favorites in the future.
laebrown Posted: 07/08/12
We've made this probably a dozen times now - the sauce is the real money on this otherwise-simple classic burger. We've used avocado, guacamole, or neither, and the burger continues to be great. Pretty sure that the sauce would be great on a turkey burger, gardenburger, or really anything else you could put between two pieces of bread. :)
steponme Posted: 09/10/12Missouri City, TX
Pretty good, I can do without the bread and butter style pickles; I prefer dill myself. Don,t over cook the sirloin, it tends to dry out the more well done it is.