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Gourmet Blue Cheese Burger

Recipe Category: Hamburger
Recipe Cuisine: American

I usually don’t pay attention to “food holidays”, but when I learned today was International Hamburger Day, I just had to share a burger recipe. And what better way to celebrate this day than eating a juicy, scrumptious Blue Cheese Burger? Oooh yes, my friends, things are about to get messy!

I don’t recall when my obsession for blue cheese (gorgonzola, specifically) started, but I do know it was because of my dad. If you want to make this man happy, give him a glass of scotch and some gorgonzola. No time to make anything gorgonzola-y? No problem, he’ll eat it pure while savoring his scotch!

My inspiration for this burger is a burger called “Hot America” that me and my dad usually get at our neighborhood burger joint back in Brazil. It’s made with only a few simple ingredients: blue cheese (gorgonzola), meat, lettuce, tomato, mayo and, obviously, the bun. But it’s the best burger they have and my dad gets that same burger every single time we go there! I guess you don’t need a lot going on when you have something as bold as blue cheese. You gotta let that baby shine!

Ingredients :
  • 1 lb good quality ground beef
  • 1 small onion, grated
  • 1 clove of garlic, minced
  • 1 splash Worcestershire sauce
  • 1⁄2 cup crumbled blue cheese (OR shredded white cheddar)

1. In a large mixing bowl, combine all of the ingredients and mix well.

2. Form four equal patties.

3. Grill burgers until they reach desired doneness.

4. Top with bacon jam, red onion, and crumbled blue cheese.

5. Enjoy!

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Yield: Makes 6
Calories: 559
Fat: 30.1 g
Average Rating: 5.0
Votes: 41
Reviews: 12
burger, blue cheese, Beef, onion, worcestershire, garlic