This is a Double Whopper with Cheese copycat that you are unlikely to find at any BK restaurant.
Fast food burgers are simply better when you make them at home. Yes, the photos in the adverts for double whoppers with cheese do look really good but they don’t look anything like what you actually get.
I love copying well known burgers and other fast food meals too. You get to taste them as they should be.
How to get this Whopper recipe just right…
There’s no point copying a recipes if you are just going to copy it. You may as well go out.
I like to up the score a bit and make my own soft hamburger buns. I also only use the best quality beef which in this case is a delicious blend of 80% chuck which naturally has as 80/20 beef to fat ratio and the rest is skirt.
The flavour of skirt is so good.
To this mix, and this is optional, I add a few finely chopped pieces of beef marrow. The marrow and beef chuck give the burger a juiciness that far surpasses that of the real Whopper with cheese.
The Vegetables are also important…
Use only the freshest tomatoes, onions and iceberg lettuce you can get your hands on. Take them crisp and cold from the fridge just before serving.
Originally, Whoppers were known for being flame grilled. I can still remember the days when they actually were. Does that make me old?
Nowadays, the smoke flavoured burgers are simply taken out of the fridge, pre-cooked and then microwaved. That’s no way to have a burger!
Although you could cook you Whopper with cheese copycat burger in a pan, I recommend cooking them on the barbecue. That is how they should be.
I also made sure to use 100% real Cheddar Slices to top the grilled burgers. None of those processed cheese slices were going on my whopper with cheese!
There are times when a good processed cheese slice is perfect when copying a burger. In this case I wanted to up the score.
Be sure to stack your Whopper with ingredients in the exact order shown.
Are you ready to get started making your Whopper with cheese copycat burger? You are going to love this one!
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