Make Your Own In-N-Out Burger At Home

Iconic US burger chain In-N-Out Burger has opened a temporary pop-up restaurant in Sydney, but that’s not much help to the rest of the country. Get the same experience by making your own Double-Double burger at home.

Food blog Serious Eats has reverse engineered this well-known burger so you can make it at home. The secret to the In-N-Out Double-Double is not just in the patty itself, but the entire combination of two patties, two slices of cheese, the vegetables, and In-N-Out’s signature spread. Food Lab writer Kenji Lopez-Alt digs deep into the makeup of the burger, right down to the fat ratio of the patty, so you get the most accurate experience possible.

Hit the link for the full process. For more home takeaway duplication, check out how to make your own Big Mac. (Note to commenters: yep, this is the real deal, not the fake from last year.)

The Ins-n-Outs of an In-N-Out Double-Double, Animal-Style [Serious Eats]

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