Few pleasures beat a delicious burger. Burgers are Americans' favourite food.
The popular portable meal includes a beef patty and bread. It may be topped with cheeses, vegetables, and seasonings to taste.
Burgers are regionally diverse, like pizza, hot dogs, and barbecue. Connecticut has steaming cheeseburgers, whereas Minneapolis has Jucy Lucys.
Wisconsin created the butter burger, and Mississippi has the slugburger, named after a cent. During the Depression, a sandwich cost that much.
One basic regional burger recipe is recognised for its unusual texture and flavour from a fragrant, pungent allium. Oklahomans and visitors are undoubtedly familiar with this meal.
This burger is onion lovers' meaty fantasies. The Oklahoma onion burger is a juicy patty topped with shaved, fried, caramelised onions.
The dish was created during the Great Depression, when rations were low and enterprises battled to profit.
Ross Davis, a restaurant in El Reno, Oklahoma, devised the onion burger over a century ago to extend his beef supply.
The onion mountain on top of the patties added flavour and created the idea of a heartier meal.
Davis' Hamburger Inn's substantial meal is still a top candidate for the finest burger in the U.S. George Motz, J. Kenji López-Alt, and Ree Drummond enjoy onion burgers.