Craving fast-food is a fierce battle to overcome. Despite having a lot of food in the fridge, we can\u2019t help but want the most delicious burger in town. However, the risk of doing this is on your health and money. Our DIY burger patty recipe is a delicious alternative to fast food burgers. There's the benefit of knowing what\u2019s going in your meal. And, you never know, it\u2019s probably better than the burger you\u2019re craving for.\u00a0\r\n\r\nThis burger patty recipe requires both pork and beef. But it\u2019s up to you whether or not you want to follow that ratio. You can make it all beef, all pork, or even replace it with some ground chicken. Be it breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this burger patty is best served any time of the day. Just imagine the juicy, meaty patty sandwiched between pickles, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and two burger buns. I\u2019m sure you\u2019re drooling by now, so let\u2019s hop to it!\u00a0\r\n\r\nIf a burger patty isn\u2019t enough to satisfy your stomach, throw in some fries on the side with our Copycat Chick-fil-A Waffle fries. Now, it just feels like you\u2019re eating in a fast-food chain within the comforts of your own home.\r\nDIY Burger Patties Recipe Video\r\n\r\n\r\n\n\n\tHow to Make Homemade DIY Burger Patties Recipe\n\t\t\n\t\tA juicy homemade burger, this DIY burger patty will save your wallet and your diet.\t\n\t\n\t\t\u00bd cup onion (finely chopped)1 tbsp Italian seasoning1 \u00bd cups pork (ground)5 cups beef (ground)3 tbsp vegetable oil 1 tbsp salt1 tbsp ground black pepperCayenne pepper (for garnish)\t\n\t\n\t\tFinely chop onions into small chunks.Add onions, salt, and pepper into the pan, and saut\u00e9 them on medium heat until caramelized.Add the Italian seasoning and continue to cook until it is well incorporated.Combine your meats in a bowl. Add the sauteed onions, then \u215b teaspoon of salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning, and mix.Divide your mixture into roughly 8 portions. Shape the patties in your hands, making a little dent in each one to prevent the center of the patty from swelling during cooking.Over medium heat, preheat your pan, and pour a generous amount of vegetable oil.Carefully place your patties on the pan and fry each side for roughly 4 minutes per side.Use a spoon to baste the patty with juices on the pan as they cook. Once done, garnish the patties with cayenne pepper and serve. Enjoy!