Bob’s Burgers: Winter Muensterland Burger

A review of the Winter Muensterland Burger from the Bob’s Burgers Burger Book.

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Winter Muensterland Burger

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First the patties are made with regular ground beef mixed with scallions.  This step alone made the burgers taste very flavorful!

The patties are then cooked, with 2 slices of Muenster cheese melted on each one before they’re done.

While the patties cooked, the snow peas were steamed and a yogurt sauce was prepared by combining yogurt, sour cream, lemon juice and pepper.  The sauce is supposed to be pourable, but mine was not even after adding extra milk as the recipe suggested.  It was still good though.

As with all these Bob’s Burgers recipes, there are no instructions on how to cook the burger.  There’s also no info about steaming snow peas in this one, so you might need to google it.

The burgers are stacked as follows: bottom bun, spring salad mix, cheeseburger, lemon-yogurt sauce, and top bun.  It’s served with the snow peas on the side with extra yogurt  drizzled on top.

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Taste: 10/10

The scallions and the muenster cheese really made this one for me, but the lemon-yogurt sauce was really nice too.  All around winner in my books!

Difficulty: Average

It’s an average burger.  Not too challenging to make, and the sauce was actually pretty simple.

Cost: Average

You will need ground beef, scallions, Muenster cheese, plain yogurt, sour cream, lemon juice, salt, pepper, milk, buns, spring salad mix, and snow peas.

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