We like CL's cheese-inside technique, takes a little more prep time in the morning but speeds cooking in the evening. Sprinkled the patties with some Montreal steak seasoning and sprayed them with cooking spray (rather than coating the grill). With Danish blue the cheese melted into the beef, infusing the burger.
Grilled Blue Cheese Burgers
carolfitz Posted: 10/30/09
MTN326 Posted: 08/08/10
Tasty and simple to make. Served on English mufffin as someone else suggested. I think I will try some other cheese another time. Served with corn on the cob and baked beans--summer meal.
AlbqCook Posted: 05/26/09
These are fantastic! I'm so thrilled that EVERY burger recipe I've tried from CL has been terrific (have you tried the CL Korean Burgers? Yum!)! We used ground turkey (no beef at this house) and they were very moist and tasty. I'll guess that I used more than the specified blue cheese because we really packed it in! I ended up using a few more breadcrumbs (from a loaf of French bread) to help hold these together. Served with Dijon mustard, mayo, and lettuce for the burgers, a green salad, and sliced apples on the side. Outstanding meal, thanks CL!
gothiqroze Posted: 07/29/09
These were good, solid burgers. Used 95% lean beef, with gorgonzola and feta cheese. Very simple, good for a big crowd. Wouldn't recommend cooking them on the stovetop, though, as they fall apart-- definitely stick to the grill! May add some rosemary, lime juice, or cumin to the meat next time to give it a special zing.
steponme Posted: 03/25/11
With a short and simple ingredient list; these burgers were amazing! I used 1/2 ground sirloin and 1/2 ground turkey and cooked them on a grill pan. Next time I'll grill outside; I'm sure they'll be even more amazing!
simonset Posted: 09/06/11
I took the time to cook these on the charcoal grill! Great tasting and I made them a day ahead of time. The bleu cheese actually infuses the burger meat!