Friday, March 23, 2012

The Stilton Burger w/ Gourmet Taste...

The Gourmet Taste of a Stilton Burger
 This Burger was Amazing!
Ingredients needed:
1 package of Hamburger, 1-1 1/2 pounds
 (* I only made 2 burgers so I used less meat)
2-3 slices of cooked bacon per hamburger
Meat loaf seasoning
Worcestershire Pepper to taste
1 to 2 tablespoons of softened butter to the meat.
Garlic Salt to taste
Green onions, sliced
Garlic Ciabatta Bread or Focaccia Bread
Stilton Blue Cheese, sliced!!!
**Stilton Blue Cheese is an English Style Blue Cheese...
more on this cheese at the end of my post.
 Mix together the meat, 1-2 tablespoons of softened butter, meatloaf seasonings, Worcestershire pepper and garlic pepper. Form meat into patties to fit your bread and cook as desired. Sprinkle lightly with garlic salt while meat is cooking.
After the first side cooks...
FLIP the burger and add slices of the Stilton Blue cheese. This allows the cheese to melt for assembling.
We grilled our bread on the stove top. The bread was lightly buttered...doesn't the large hunks of garlic look yummy in that bread! Mmm Mmm Mmmmmmmm... 
Oh MY!!! Can you smell it? It's wonderful...
Ready to CHOW down! 
This picture shows the burger with the Garlic Ciabatta Bread.
Burger shown with the Focaccia Bread.
Once again....AMAZING & AWESOME!
These burgers were delicious shared with a great bottle of Cabernet Wine...
Hubby said;..."Probably the Best Burger I've ever eaten!" 
A double thumbs-up recipe!
A Stilton Blue Cheese Burger with Style...
NeeCee Signature
A note about...
Stilton Blue Cheese
Stilton is a farm-made (English -style) cheese made from whole cow's milk and is at its best from autumn to spring. It is allowed to ripen for  4 to 6 months, during which time it is skewered numerous times to encourage the growth of penicillium Roquefort mold (also present in Roquefort cheese). Stilton cheese is best eaten with port or a full bodied dry red wine.
@All photo's belong to NeeCee at Pine Creek Style.


Olga@Stardust-Decor&Style said...

ok... I'm hungry now! LOL!

Susan @ Oh My! Creative said...

That does look yummy. My husband loves blue cheese...I'm going to have to give this a try!