This is the Classic In-n-Out Cheeseburger that most Californians have come to love. And, it’s easy to modify this to a Double-Double, or make it Animal Style.
The main thing is, for those transitioning to a Vegan Diet but still sport the cravings for a good cheeseburger, you’ve come to the right place. You can make one of your own with the proper ingredients. And it will taste just as amazing as the real thing, and perhaps even better!
And this is 100% Vegan so no animals were harmed or killed in the process.
1 pair – Hamburger Buns (not too big)
1 patty – Beast Burger by Beyond Meat
1 slice – Chao Vegan Cheese
1 slice – White Onion
1 slice – Large Tomato
1 leaf – Green Lettuce Leaf
1 tsp – Vegenaise by Follow Your Heart
1 tbsp – Vegan Thousand Island Dressing by Follow Your Heart
1 tsp – Canola Oil
Defrost Beast Burger patty for about 2 minutes.
Heat skillet and add the canola oil. Add the beast burger patty and fry on both sides until dark brown and charred slightly. When almost done, add the cheese slice on top and let it melt a bit.
Optional: Lightly toast the hamburger buns in a toaster oven.
Add the thousand island dressing to the bottom bun. Then the tomato slice, lettuce (torn into appropriate sizes to match diameter of bun), burger patty with melted cheese. Finally add the onion slice on top.
Spread vegenaise to the underside of top bun and place on top of the onion slice.
It is done!
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