Stuffed Swiss Burgers with Caramelized Onions

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Meat Snacking (v.): The act of eating, cooking, grilling and celebrating all things meat.  It’s not just an activity, it’s a lifestyle.  Enjoy our first official Meat Snack.

1 package of Ground Sirloin

¼ cup chopped Fresh Parsley

¼ lb. Swiss Cheese

1 large Yellow Onion

3 Tbsp. Olive Oil

Salt

Pepper

4 Brioche Buns

Caramelized Onions

Cut the Onion in half and chop into slices.  Separate the layers of the onion so that they are individual half circles.  In a large skillet, heat the Olive Oil over medium-high heat.  Once the Olive Oil is hot, add the onions and season with a few pinches of Salt and Pepper. Stir the Onions so they are coated in the Olive Oil.  Continue to watch and stir frequently until the Onions turn a caramel color.

Burgers

In a large bowl, mix Ground Sirloin, Parsley, and Pepper until combined. Separate the mixture into 8 even sections and mold each of the eight sections into thin patties. Take four of the eight patties and put half a piece of Swiss cheese in the middle and top those four patties with the remaining four.  Press the sides of the burgers together and reshape them into patties if needed.

Grill the burgers for 4 minutes per side on a hot grill. For the last minute on the last side, top the burgers with Caramelized Onions and a slice (or two) of Swiss Cheese. Serve on a Brioche Bun with BBQ sauce.

Fork It!

A & O

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3 thoughts on “Stuffed Swiss Burgers with Caramelized Onions

  1. The taste explosion and the sheer meatiness of these burgers make any other burger look like poor man’s attempt at a Quarter Pounder with Cheese. God bless America.

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