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Posted 7/22/16
I tried this last time at a BBQ and it turned out pretty well.

I figured, hey if Mckee D's and In n' Out Burgers does it, then why shouldn't I?

I'm not 100% percent sure that's what they use but what's in Big Macs and INOut burgers surrrre look and taste like no other than thousand island salad dressing to me... I mean, everything, even down to those tiny bits of pickles.

Some other fast food joints probably just stick ranch dressing in theirs. The way some restaurants make their burgers you'd think that they'd just take any ole kind of salad, PUT IT IN A BURGER, and call it a new burger.

Two pieces of bread + stuff + meat + SALAD = burger

However, I wouldn't recommend Italian dressing in a burger. Somehow that's kind of wrong.

Go ahead. Try some thousand island in a burger next time. It inserts this tangy taste into it and makes everything extra soggy for that soggy all-over-the-place texture. It won't kill you unless you choke on it
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Italian dressing is vinegar, oil, and seasonings. It works as a marinade, and is just fine in burgers. Personally, I opt against adding store-bought salad dressing, and any other marinade. Instead, my burgers are akin to Swedish meatballs, sometimes stuffed with blue cheese and/or mushrooms.
Posted 7/22/16 , edited 7/22/16
I don't put salad dressing on my burgers
Posted 7/22/16
I never have....kinda tempted to now.
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Posted 7/22/16
Mayo mixed with ketchup= Thousand Island dressing or secret sauce
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Posted 7/22/16 , edited 7/22/16
I'll pass, but that doesn't mean I won't try it. I've put on a lot of random toppings or dressing.

I'd eat it, and my exact words would be, meh it's ok, and eat it anyways. I'm not picky, and I'll try anything new, but sometimes I don't want to go too crazy with my food I like my smokey flavor.

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MEEEEE.

I think it tastes pretty good. But I try not to put too much sauces in my burgers or else it gets soggy. hahaha
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aeb0717 wrote:

Italian dressing is vinegar, oil, and seasonings. It works as a marinade, and is just fine in burgers. Personally, I opt against adding store-bought salad dressing, and any other marinade. Instead, my burgers are akin to Swedish meatballs, sometimes stuffed with blue cheese and/or mushrooms.


I guess what I meant was "on" the burger, after everything's done cooking.

Following the formula of [salad + meat = burger] I bet anything that has to do with salad has already been done in a burger somewhere... Which would mean taco salad plus burger equals taco burger. If anyone could think of something, it's already been done.
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nanikore2 wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

Italian dressing is vinegar, oil, and seasonings. It works as a marinade, and is just fine in burgers. Personally, I opt against adding store-bought salad dressing, and any other marinade. Instead, my burgers are akin to Swedish meatballs, sometimes stuffed with blue cheese and/or mushrooms.


I guess what I meant was "on" the burger, after everything's done cooking.

Following the formula of [salad + meat = burger] I bet anything that has to do with salad has already been done in a burger somewhere... Which would mean taco salad plus burger equals taco burger. If anyone could think of something, it's already been done.


Nanikore.....
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Jophar_Vorin wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

Italian dressing is vinegar, oil, and seasonings. It works as a marinade, and is just fine in burgers. Personally, I opt against adding store-bought salad dressing, and any other marinade. Instead, my burgers are akin to Swedish meatballs, sometimes stuffed with blue cheese and/or mushrooms.


I guess what I meant was "on" the burger, after everything's done cooking.

Following the formula of [salad + meat = burger] I bet anything that has to do with salad has already been done in a burger somewhere... Which would mean taco salad plus burger equals taco burger. If anyone could think of something, it's already been done.


Nanikore.....


See I told ya

http://www.kraftrecipes.com/recipes/taco-burger-60737.aspx
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stars201 wrote:

I don't put salad dressing on my burgers


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Posted 7/23/16
Blue cheese dressing on a burger has worked out pretty well for my tastes.
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Posted 7/23/16
I use ranch dressing on veggie burgers
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Posted 7/23/16
I'll do that every now in then. I like to insert salsa into mine.
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