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Anyone make "Deluxe" beef patties? The results? Very surprising!

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Anyone make "Deluxe" beef patties? The results? Very surprising!

Does anyone else stuff their beef patties to make "deluxe" beef patties?

Made some deluxe beef patties.
Stuffed with mixed greens, romaine lettuce, guacamole, and a slice of cheese.
Sometimes I just do the classic "BLT" Beef Patty Lettuce Tomato. That works too... But cheese and avocado is always good!

Beef patties courtesy of "Patty Time" near Brimley and Lawrence.

https://www.yelp.ca/biz/patty-time-scarborough

Classic neighbourhood old skool spot.
No website, no uber eats, NO PROBLEM. Always busy with line ups out the door. Maximum 5 customers inside @ a time. Limit of 2 boxes per customer. Cash only. Take out only, no seats for dine in.
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Yea I stuff my patties sometime instead of stuffing the patty in coco bread

I always throw cheese, ketchup, Mayo, mustard and relish in there, sometimes mixed greens and diced tomatoes

Never tried guac so will try sliced avocado next time
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I’ve done it to make a more filling snack. I find the shell is too delegate to handle too many veggies or any other filling than has too much moisture.
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This is a Brampton specialty! (lmao).. It's what Mackay's Pizza is famous for since their pizza is really nothing special.. Stuffed Patties. I thought they invented it, tbh as I've never seen it anywhere else. No mixed greens or guac. It's supposed to be shredded iceberg, mayo, cheese! Tomato optional!
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I can't link the pics for some reason but type in "Mackays Stuffed patties" into Google Images
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duckdown wrote: This is a Brampton specialty! (lmao).. It's what Mackay's Pizza is famous for since their pizza is really nothing special.. Stuffed Patties. I thought they invented it, tbh as I've never seen it anywhere else. No mixed greens or guac. It's supposed to be shredded iceberg, mayo, cheese! Tomato optional!
I recall random coffee shops in the 90’s had them when i was a kid. Usually just lettuce, tomato, mayo.
Youre right though. Hard to go wrong with the classic BLT… beef patty lettuce tomato
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UrbanPoet wrote: I recall random coffee shops in the 90’s had them when i was a kid. Usually just lettuce, tomato, mayo.
Youre right though. Hard to go wrong with the classic BLT… beef patty lettuce tomato
The ones in the 90's (Scarborough) that I knew of would literally put an uncut patty on a coco bun and add lettuce, cheese and tomato to that!
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I cannot believe I have never thought of this....genius.

I am imagining one "taco night" style with iceberg, sour cream, onions, guac
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Wow, those look good!

Where do you get the "buns"?
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I'm actually considering making from scratch beef patties...Still scratching LOL.
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UrbanPoet wrote: Beef patties courtesy of "Patty Time" near Brimley and Lawrence.

Theres a yelp link in OP.
Best patty in Toronto in my opinion. They have a lot more meat filling compared to others.
Wait, did you make them or buy them?

Confused. LOL
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I think it defeats the point of the beef patty for me.
I've had it with coco bread before.
I think it's all ways to apply some sort of filler with cheap ingredients, to make up for the deficiency of the patty or to "stretch" your patty and your dollar .
Let's face it. It is no burger with the already microscopic amounts of beef inside.
What happens is with the already small amount of filling they are putting inside, the taste get's diluted and you hardly taste the seasoned beef itself.

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