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If you’re a burger fan and a fan of blue cheese dressing then this recipe is right up your alley, baby! The fact that this recipe calls for sirloin hamburger is also a plus because sirloin tends to be juicier and just a better quality meat. Sirloin is a bit pricier than regular ground beef so by all means, feel free to use a nice 80/20 if you prefer. When I make these burgers I usually whip up my own blue cheese dressing but if you go the store-bought way Ken’s Steakhouse makes a lovely BC dressing.
I hear you, Jamallah! I love blue cheese, too. The first time I had a black and blue burger I almost lost my mind!
1 1/3 lb ground sirloin
1 Tbsp Heinz Worcestershire sauce
handful chopped flat leaf parsley
1 shallot or boiling onion, minced
1/2 lb crumbled blue cheese
Bertolli extra virgin olive oil for drizzling
Montreal Steak seasoning or coarse salt and pepper
4 crusty rolls, split
romaine lettuce leaves
vine ripe tomato slices
blue cheese dressing (homemade or store bought)
1. Combine first four ingredients and divide meat into 4 equal amounts. When forming each patty, nestle a pile of blue cheese crumbles into the center of the meat and gently form patty around cheese.
2. Brush or drizzle burgers with extra virgin olive oil and grill on indoor electric grill preheated to high for 7 to 8 minutes on each side. On an outdoor grill,cook 6 minutes on each side 6 inches from hot coals, or over medium high gas flame with the grill lid closed. NOTE: For preparation with no additional oil, broil 4 inches from broiler 7 minutes on each side.
3. Serve burgers on split rolls with lettuce,tomato and blue cheese dressing.
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Quick Tip: Serve these bodacious burgers with your favorite French fries or onion rings.