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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Cooking with Banshee: Sloppy Swiss Burgers

The Summer Olympics are underway in London.  To celebrate the event, Wild Banshee will be posting a few recipes with some international flair.  I'll be honest, the only thing international about this recipe is the name.  This is my own creation, and it's named for the cheese ... not really the nation.

This recipe makes 4 burgers.

1.5 lbs ground beef (I recommend 80-20% or 85-15% fat content)
1 Tbs Dale's Sauce
1 tsp dried, minced onions
1 tsp garlic powder
Burger grill seasoning (McCormick's, Weber's, or your own favorite)
8 slices Swiss cheese
Triple Threat Topping

Gently spread out the ground beef on a large plate.  Add the Dale's Sauce, minced onions and garlic powder.  Gently form into four patties.  I keep saying "gently" because the burgers will get tough if you work with the meat too much.

Cook the burgers on the grill to the desired doneness.  Sprinkle each side of the burgers with grill seasoning as you cook them.  Top each burger with 2 slices of Swiss cheese and leave on the grill till it's melted.  Finally, top each burger with the Triple Threat Topping.


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