The ENTIRE In-N-Out SECRET MENU

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  • Published on:  Sunday, March 27, 2016
  • We attempted to recreate every single burger from the In-N-Out secret menu, which we found out is a lot more options than we realized. Coming in at roughly $70 for the entire menu and roughly 10 hours in the kitchen filming, we feel that this venture was well worth the effort by ending the night with a huge In-N-Out party. If you too unfortunately live nowhere near an In-N-Out, here's your chance to do it too.

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    In-N-Out Burgers
    140 - 1001 Calories Per Burger
    Makes roughly 30 Combinations

    Prep: 1 Hour
    Cook: 1 Hour
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    Equipment:
    • Deep Fryer: http://amzn.to/1MRHIG5
    • Griddle: http://amzn.to/1LabbKa
    • Parchment or Wax Paper

    Ingredients:
    • 6 Lbs 80/20 Ground Beef
    • 24 Hamburger Buns
    • 35 Slices of American Cheese
    • 2 Cups of Spread (1000 Island Dressing)
    • 4 Large White Onions
    • 4 Heads Iceberg Lettuce
    • 6 Tomatoes
    • 1 Jar Dill Pickle Chips
    • Mustard & Ketchup
    • Chilis (banana peppers)
    • 4 Large Russet Potatoes
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    Directions:

    1. Prep the lettuce, tomatoes, potatoes and onions leaving roughly 2-3 Cups diced and 1/2 Cup whole rings for the onions.

    2. Press out roughly 36 (2oz) burger patties onto parchment or wax paper.

    3. Rinse the starch off the sliced potatoes in ice water, pat dry and pre-fry in batches for 6-8 minutes at 350°F. Then just let them drain somewhere until ready to fry again.

    4. Saute onions in a pan with vegetable oil until they caramelize.

    5. Once you have your tomatoes, lettuce, onions, french fries & burgers all prepared you're ready to begin building every single combination.​
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  • rrose _artistt
    rrose _artistt  1 months ago

    Is she related to pigmie 12:52

  • Rick Miclat
    Rick Miclat  1 months ago

    the asian guy is an idiot

  • Rick Miclat
    Rick Miclat  1 months ago

    1001 dislikes on your dumbass video

  • Mick Cotton Bar -B - Q

    Awesomeness 😇. I make killer Double Double’s At Home also on my Flat Top 😎

  • Flowing Qi
    Flowing Qi  1 months ago

    @8:33 what was sprayed on the grill? and why?

  • ShariSez1
    ShariSez1  2 months ago

    E-coli, not Mad Cow disease, is the concern when eating ground beef that hasn't been cooked to death. Solution? Buy a chuck steak, top round, or your preferred cut of beef, and grind it yourself, just prior to cooking. E-coli can only grow on the surface of meat, because it needs oxygen. When the meat is ground, it spreads any E-coli on the surface throughout the ground meat, as well as oxygen to help it grow and spread between the point it was commercially ground, and the point you cook it. Cooking it to death is the only way to destroy it. Grind it yourself just before cooking, and that is not an issue.

  • Gaby Gibson
    Gaby Gibson  2 months ago

    Do KFC'S secret menu!

  • Dexter Rutecki
    Dexter Rutecki  2 months ago

    They wouldn’t let me order me order the Roadkill fries last week. I was told they no longer put meat on the fries...

  • Adam Vallejo
    Adam Vallejo  2 months ago

    Double double animal style.... u do know any burger can be animal style and it comes with grilled onions not whole grilled and grilled btw. Y’all jokes

  • B Stew
    B Stew  3 months ago

    awesome vid

  • Albert Nave
    Albert Nave  3 months ago

    Medium rare is perfectly safe. I eat medium rare burgers at restaurants all the time. I don't get your description of it.

  • Hip-Hop Don't Stop
    Hip-Hop Don't Stop  3 months ago

    0:03 made me crack up so hard

  • Chris Brown
    Chris Brown  4 months ago +1

    The store you got your beef from ripped you off. It can't be 80/20 because your burgers shrunk WAY too much during the cooking process.

  • Casie Kat!
    Casie Kat!  4 months ago

    Julia 2016 is Precious xD

  • kejeve es
    kejeve es  5 months ago

    You missed step number 8 :")

  • Carlos Castro
    Carlos Castro  5 months ago

    THEY DID IT FOR THE KIDS

  • MEME For the win!
    MEME For the win!  5 months ago

    Try and make a stuffed burger!
    Stuff something inside the burger and the buns😂

  • Keanu Reeves
    Keanu Reeves  5 months ago

    10:25 Ha, 420 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  • Arieanna Pemberton
    Arieanna Pemberton  6 months ago

    the grilled cheese is for vegitarians not really but idk

  • Paul Eckert
    Paul Eckert  6 months ago

    Dont ever ever say grill cheese is stupid, because I will find you, it wont be pretty......😎