Stilton-Stuffed Burger

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Stilton-Stuffed Burger 5

Sorry for not posting yesterday. I was home sick and had no appetitite, so dinner was just a simple grilled cheese. Ok fine. I didn’t think you would fall for that coming from me. It was grilled mozzarella, tomato, and bacon. Delicious, but really not worth posting about.

This burger on the other hand is another story. Stilton is one of my favorite cheeses, and it goes wonderfully with beef. I’m not going to post this is a normal recipe style, because you really don’t need to learn how to make a burger, do you?

Stilton-Stuffed Burger 6

For two burgers, we used 12oz of beef (this was too much if you ask me, but my husband was in charge and he likes his burgers BIG) and about 3 oz stilton. Take about half the cheese and stuff it right into the center of the meat. That way, it gets all melty and gooey when it cooks. If you want a real treat, you can press each patty into some cracked pepper. Cook however you normally cook your burgers. Top with more stilton, some bacon, and a thick slice of red onion. YUM.

Sorry for the brevity of this post. I have other work to get back to. Stay tuned… big changes (and a move) are coming to Healthy Delicious.

By on March 19th, 2009

About Lauren

Hi, I'm Lauren! I'm a certified plant-based cook and enthusiastic omnivore who loves looking for creative ways to make weeknight meals more nutritious. I'm the author of Heathy Eating One Pot Cookbook and Healthy Meal Prep Slow Cooker Cookbook. I also blog at The Busy Foodie.

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8 thoughts on “Stilton-Stuffed Burger”

  1. Dear Friend!
    You never know. Some people might have different ideas for burger recipes (I know my “French” one might intrigue some). Why not provoking people into reactions? LOL
    Cheers,
    Robert-Gilles

    Reply
  2. Lesley- thank! I know, right?!
    doggybloggy- 2?! you sound liek my husband. lol
    Taylor, Natasha, and CG- thanks!!

    Reply

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