iluvdurian31
3 years ago5,000+ Views
Smoked Gouda Beer Burger
Forget about chicken and beer, it's all about burger and beer. That's right. If you're into craft beer this burger is everything you can hope for - meaty and just the right amount of booze. To make things a little better you can you add some beer-battered fries or onion rings and you'll get yourself a beer-rific meal.

Ingredients:

For the Burger Patties
1 lb. ground beef
⅓ cup smoked gouda, diced into small squares
5 green onions
salt and pepper to taste
⅓ cup beer
⅓ cup breadcrumbs
1 tsp. worcestershire sauce
For Assembling
4 hamburger buns
4-8 slices smoked gouda, for topping hamburgers
4 tsp. dijon mustard
⅔ cup salad greens

Instructions:

Prep Time!
1. Chop 2 green onions and leave the rest for later. Add the chopped onion into a bowl with all the burger patty ingredients. Mix it well. If mixture is too soggy add breadcrumbs. If it's too dry add more beer! ;) Divide patty mixture into four sections and form it into a hamburger patty.
Grill Time!
Preheat a grill and place hamburger patties and sear each side for 6-19 minutes depending on your liking. When the burgers are a few minutes from done, top them (still on the grill!) with a slice or two of smoked gouda for the melting effect.
Place remaining green onions on the grill and grill for 2-3 minutes on each side until they have some nice char marks. Remove from the grill and give the onions a rough chop. Set aside.
Assembling Time!
Toast the bun for a bit so it's nice and crunchy then assemble your burger! Top it with some grilled green onions, a teaspoon or so of dijon mustard, and a handful of baby salad greens. Now devour it. :)
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My dad would totally grill this. Gouda and beer are both his favorites.
3 years ago·Reply
I love burgers that don't use a traditional cheddar cheese. I ESPECIALLY love that the cheese is baked in!
3 years ago·Reply
I love handmade patties!
3 years ago·Reply
This sounds so rich! Definitely only going to eat half a burger hahaha
3 years ago·Reply
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