Burger . It is a picture of the sun, sand, salt water and its famousn a delicious soft bun covered by cheese strips. Several years ago now we made a trip to what will always be home deep in our hearts. No matter how long or how far this beautiful stretch of beach will be home away from the Cottage, but when we are away we try to bring the flavors to the Cottage and so we introduce this delicious burger!
Cheesy Hamburger Buns (recipe below)
Hot Sauce (to taste)
Cheesy Hamburger Buns:
1 1/8 Cup Spring Water
3/4 Tbsp Raw Sugar
1 1/2 Tablespoons Coconut Oil melted but not hot
1 1/4 Teaspoons Himalayan Salt
3 Cups Organic Flour
2 Teaspoons Dry Yeast
1/4 Cup Cheddar Cheese
We put the water, sugar, and oil in the bread machine. Follow with flour, salt, yeast and cheese. Set bread maker to “dough” cycle. When the dough is finished take the it out of the bread pan and make 5-6 dough rounds that are of about equal size. Place on your cookie sheet and cover with a light cloth (I use flour sack towels or my great Aunt Anna’s apron … covered with love, right?) in a place that is warm and not drafty. Let rise until the rolls are doubled at least in size. Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees F. When they have risen, uncover the rolls and place in a hot oven for 20 minutes. They will be just lightly golden but not brown and will be soft. Turn out onto a rack and slice in half to use as a burger bun.
Make cheese strips. Cook patty to the desired doneness, sprinkle with Mrs. Dash, salt, nutritional yeast. Spread mayonnaise on side of the bun, drizzle sauce over one side. Top patty with lettuce and cheese strips.
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