How Do You Melt Cheese On A Burgers

Burger, as one hears the name, runs for it. A burger is typically fast food. A burger is a patty sandwiched between buns and filled with sauces. The burger tastes best when those patties between lettuce buns and are gently added with veggies such as onions and tomatoes.

The burger tastes bad, generally, when, excessively dipped with the extras such as mayo or bacon. Also, when we add cheese on burgers or any sandwich it tastes great.

The word hamburger gets its name from the “Hamburg” steaks introduced to the USA by the immigrants from Germany. A burger is one of the largest selling fast food in America, about 50 billion burgers are consumed each year in America.

Melting Cheese On Burgers
Melting Cheese On Burgers

A hamburger or burger is actually a sandwich that consists of a cooked patty of ground meat especially made of beef. The patty of a beef burger can either be pan-fried, fried or grilled.

It is generally served with lettuce, onions, tomatoes, pickles, bacon and sometimes we can add condiments like ketchup, mayonnaise to it. There are many variants of the burger like a beef burger, turkey burger, veggie burger- but the original burger that became famous among the people in the beef burger. 

Types Of Burger

There are various types of burgers that taste great. There are various types of burger, taste great. Some of the types are as follows, namely:

  • Veggie burger
  • Bison burger
  • Wild salmon burger
  • Black bean burger
  • Mushroom burger
  • Beef burger
  • Elk burger
  • Turkey burger
  • Cheese Burger

Cheese On Burgers

Everything tastes heavenly when we add cheese on them, maybe its burger or any sandwich. We will hardly find anyone who would say, its too much of cheese. Burgers taste best when we add a slice of cheese on them. No one likes a burger in which the cheese hasn’t melted.

To get that perfect cheesy drip we have various technique one of which is using basting cover. It looks like the lid of a sauté pan, except that it is domed to fit over the burger. 

A basting cover allows just enough clearance, meaning the cheese doesn’t touch and stick to it but the cover can still hold in the heat to melt the cheese beautifully.

Melting Cheese On Burgers
Melting Cheese On Burgers

How To Melt Cheese On Burgers

The cooking process doesn’t matter, the cheese is the last thing that always goes on the burger. Most of the cheeses below melt quickly, within 2 minutes. We should only apply cheese after one side is finished cooking when we are within 2 minutes of finishing the other side.

If we are grilling your burger, we should lay the cheese on top, and then close the lid so the cheese will melt. Depending on the cheese, 2 to 3 minutes should do it. We should be careful not to overcook the meat while melting the cheese.

We can even move the patty off direct heat while you melt the cheese. Another trick is to cap the burger like they do in some diners. Just add the cheese, put a metal mixing bowl over the burger, and it should melt in as little as 30 seconds.

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