Patty Melts with Grilled Onions

  • janisls Posted: 03/10/09
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    These were great! My husband and I both loved these, and the onions really did make it.

  • PeeWeeX Posted: 12/04/10
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    Made as stated except I used just dijon mustard instead of the blend. Used a really good jewish rye. I've always had a soft spot for these in restaurants. No more sloppy ones dripping with grease. This is easy and excellent.

  • eefinn Posted: 09/06/09
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    Great recipe for a weekend late lunch. I followed the instructions exactly and it turned out great. I don't have a grill pan but my regular skillet worked just fine.

  • Claireja Posted: 01/13/09
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    This is so very very good. Definitely a keeper.

  • starstruck81bob Posted: 04/29/09
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    This was EXCELLENT! I loved it. I made the recipe for one to try it out and it worked great! I used the Hamilton Beach double-sided grill. I will make again.

  • baknquen Posted: 09/08/09
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    was such a good sandwich...i changed a few things but it still was a 5 star...instead of using mayo and dej. i used whip and dej....and i didnt use jerls i use cloby jack...still very yummy..o yah i also used sourdough..mmmmm..good

  • sterae Posted: 12/05/10
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    These turned out great. They weren't greasy and the onions were really good. The cast iron pan worked great and made the bread crispy and perfect.

  • StacyCooksItUp Posted: 11/30/10
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    Delicious! Great for lunch or dinner.

  • steponme Posted: 12/04/10
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    I thought this was okay, but my family seemed to enjoy it. I added a beef steak tomatoe slice; that I grilled quickly after grilling the onion. I used sourdough as another reviewer did, b/c I don't care for rye bread.

  • JessicaLuu Posted: 06/07/10
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    If there were more stars to give I would. This is better than any restaurant patty melt. Huge hit with my family. I couldn't find jarlsberg, so I subbed gouda,and it was awesome. The onions are fantastic.

  • BikerSandy Posted: 05/16/11
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    Hits the spot!! Undercooked the meat slightly so it finished when toasting. Used the George Foreman to get that panini-press effect. Love the crunch of the rye. Great way to use the vidalia onions that the Shriner's sell.

  • vbak66 Posted: 05/14/11
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    The picture of the sandwich with grill marks comes from a grill pan not a frying pan. I used a grill pan and what a mess. Nothing special.

  • carolfitz Posted: 05/23/12
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    Pretty good. Made to recipe using marble rye and cooked all on the George Foreman. Only change was to sprinkle the patties with Montreal steak seasoning instead of s&p. Supereasy dinner. Served with baked beans & corn on the cob.

  • daneanp Posted: 03/14/14
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    These were good - I used my panini press - but I'd do a couple of things differently next time. I wouldn't grill the onion, but saute it in a frying pan with a little olive oil and the vinegar, make it a bit more like caramelized onion. I'd also get rid of the dijonaise and use reduced fat 1000 island dressing. Yeah...that is more reubenesque, but that is what my family (and I) would prefer. Will definitely add to our regular rotation with the changes.

  • ksutton99 Posted: 09/13/13
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    My husband and I really love this recipe and I make it often. Cooking the onions in the balsamic gives it a really good flavor as well as the mustard.

  • prissywill Posted: 09/13/13
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    I make these on sour dough bread and use Swiss cheese. They are delicious.

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