Yet another great burger recipe! very tasty. I had a slice of raw vidalia onion on the burger so left it out of the pattie, also I love whole or half mushrooms so I cooked them along side. When cooking the hamburger I brown it well on both sides (high heat) then turn the heat down to medium low, add the mushroom, cover the pan and let it cook slow. Flip the burger a couple of times - it is so juicy Thanks for a great recipe
very good Julesong! didn't have any blue cheese, but they sounded so good couldn't resist trying them, so i used feta cheese, fresh garlic and fresh mushrooms. Very interesting hamburger, tried them on the bbq, worked ok, (only lost half of one!) I left them alone, with the lid down, for about 15 minutes, then very carefully turned them, turning them was when I lost the half. The recipe worked well cut in half for the two of us, ended up with three and a half. Definately a "do again", but next time on the broiler!! thanks for a keeper.
These were the bomb dot com! (my new favorite saying) anway..we loved these! They were for our memorial day bbq and everyone was thrilled! Thanks so much!
These were wonderful. Everybody was complaining I was making them too big (but there were no leftovers). I didn't change a thing and served them on grilled buns.
I added a pinch of italian herb seasoning to the meat mixture, and made them under the broiler. Can't wait for summer to try them on the grill. These are scrumptious. They do tend to fall apart while turning, so I recommend that while turning you place a metal spatula underneath and a grilling fork over the top to grip the burger while turning.
My husband made these for us on the grill and they were fantastic! Thanks for a terrific recipe using blue cheese! : )