Here are some examples of regional burgers for each state in the US, including the Oklahoma burger:
Alabama - The "Bama Burger" often features a ground beef patty topped with white sauce (a tangy mayo-based sauce), pickles, and onions.
Alaska - The "Denali Burger" may include ingredients like smoked salmon, cream cheese, and dill sauce for a unique Alaskan twist.
Arizona - The "Sonoran Burger" incorporates flavors inspired by Mexican cuisine, featuring a patty topped with refried beans, bacon, grilled onions, and jalapenos.
Arkansas - The "Hubcap Burger" is a massive burger piled high with multiple patties, cheese, and various toppings, making it a hearty choice.
California - In-N-Out Burger's "Double-Double" or the "Animal Style" burger are iconic choices in California.
Colorado - The "Colorado Green Chili Burger" typically includes a patty smothered in green chili sauce and topped with melted cheese.
Connecticut - The "Steamed Cheeseburger" is a famous specialty in Connecticut, where the burger patty is cooked by steaming and topped with melted cheese.
Delaware - The "Bobbie Burger" is inspired by the iconic Thanksgiving sandwich from Capriotti's, featuring a burger patty topped with cranberry sauce, stuffing, and mayo.
Florida - The "Cuban Frita" is a Cuban-inspired burger that includes a patty mixed with chorizo, topped with shoestring potatoes, onions, and spicy sauce.
Georgia - The "Pimento Cheeseburger" showcases Southern flavors with a patty topped with a spread of creamy pimento cheese.
And now for Oklahoma:
The "Oklahoma Onion Burger" is a regional specialty that originated during the Great Depression. It consists of a thin beef patty topped with a generous amount of thinly sliced onions. The onions are pressed into the patty as it cooks on a griddle, creating a flavorful and caramelized crust. The result is a deliciously savory and slightly sweet burger.
Please note that this is just a small selection of regional burgers, and there are many more unique and delicious variations across different states in the US. Local burger joints and regional specialties often offer their own twists on classic burgers.