Burger toppings are a hot topic these days, but the answer to your question is, of course, not really.
The burgers are still the same, just different.
It’s just that the toppings will look different.
If you’re looking to get rid of that pesky patty on your burger, you can’t really blame Burger King for having you covered.
Here’s the scoop on how you can make your burger the next best thing:The burger patty is essentially a flat sheet of meat.
As a result, it has a tough, crispy exterior and a soft, melt-in-your-mouth interior.
So the trick is to layer the burger on a sheet of paper towels to make the top crust.
Then, you’ll need to use a flat-top knife to slice off the center and the sides.
Next, cut off the top, then slice the other way around.
Now, add some lettuce and onions, then add your desired toppings.
You can add a little more cheese, if you like, but that’s about it.
I think the burger recipe I linked above is the easiest way to make a hamburger patty.
I like to use my hands to make sure the burger doesn’t get too wet, so I don’t get stuck with a crust.
The bottom crust is pretty forgiving.
The burger should stay good for a couple of days.
If you don’t have a flat top knife, you could just use a round cookie cutter and cut it into small pieces, then cut the ends off and discard.
But for the burgers at least, I recommend using a fork, because it helps you remove the toppling from the burger and lets you get at the actual meat inside.