If you like Mushrooms then this Blackstone Mushroom Swiss Burger is for you. This burger is made with easy ingredients and taste amazing topped with mushrooms and swiss.
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Blackstone Mushroom Swiss Burger Recipe:
We love making burgers on the Blackstone Griddle. They always come out perfectly flavorful and crispy on the edges. This Mushroom Swiss Burger takes our burgers to the next level.
Adding the sauté mushrooms and swiss cheese on the burgers is a family favorite. The seasoned ground beef is grilled to perfection. Juicy on the inside and crispy edges on the outside there is no other burgers that compare.
Whether you a feeding a crowd or quickly making some burgers for a weeknight meal. Add some mushrooms to the griddle and sauté in some butter for unbelievable tasty burger. You might also like Blackstone Taco Burger, Portobello Mushroom Burger, and Blackstone Avocado Bacon Burger.
How to Sauté Mushrooms:
Making Sauté Mushrooms is a easy side dish to add to a variety of things. We like to serve them over our steaks, pork chops and chicken. They are even amazing with vegetables.
It only takes minutes to sauté on a hot griddle with easy ingredients. We give you step by step instructions on how to slice, season and cook mushrooms here.
- Ground Beef
- Mushrooms, sliced
- Garlic Salt
- Swiss Cheese
- Hamburger Buns
How to Make Mushroom Swiss Burger on Blackstone Griddle:
- Prepare the Griddle – Preheat the Blackstone Grill over medium high heat (approximately 400 degrees F).
- Melt Butter on Griddle – Add the butter to the grill and spread it out with a spatula.
- Add Mushrooms – Add the sliced mushrooms and cook on the grill and season it with half the garlic salt. Toss to sauté the mushrooms in the butter and garlic salt.
- Prepare beef patties – Divide the ground beef into 6 even balls (approximately ⅓ lb each). Mix the patties with worcestershire sauce if you prefer.
- Add patties to griddle – Place the ground beef on the Blackstone grill next to the mushrooms.
- Flatten balls – Press firmly on the ground beef balls into the Blackstone Grill. Do not smash it all the way down but just press slightly to form a burger patty.
- Season Patties Season the beef with the remaining garlic salt and pepper. You can also use any type of burger seasoning or steak seasoning.
- Cook Patties – Cook the patties for 3-5 minutes per side until the sides of the patties begin to change colors.
- Flip and Continue Cooking – Flip the burgers (do not smash them down) and cook until burgers are cooked through (3-4 more minutes).
- Top patties with mushrooms and cheese – Top each patties with the sauteed mushrooms and a slice of Swiss cheese. Allow the cheese to melt onto the patties (1-2 minutes).
- Remove from grill – Remove the grilled burger and add them to one of the burger buns.
- Serve and Enjoy – Then add your favorite burger toppings and enjoy!
Mushroom and Swiss Burger Tips:
- Oil Variations – Use any oil with a high smoke point. Olive Oil, Vegetable oil, canola oil, coconut oil or avocado oil will all work great in this recipe.
- Use Blackstone Tools – Make sure you use Blackstone Tools. We love the smasher tools.
- Cooking Patties – Gently flatten burger balls but do not press them all the way down.
- Cheese – When placing the swiss cheese on the hamburger patty, allow for the cheese to melt before removing from the griddle. Melted swiss cheese on these burger is so tasty.
- Steak Sauce – These burgers are delicious served as is, but are also great topped with steak sauce of A1 sauce as well.
- Cheese – Swiss cheese is amazing on the burger. But you can use a variety of cheese. Try Colby Monterrey Jack Cheese for a change.
What to Serve with Burgers:
There are many sides to serve with these Mushroom Swiss Burgers. Here are some of our favorites. When I am cooking on the Blackstone, I like to prepare sides that can easily be cooked on the griddle.
How to Store:
Refrigerate any leftovers in an airtight container for up to 5 days. When storing the leftovers, separate the hamburger patties from the buns.
Once you are ready to serve, top the burger with brioche buns and all the burger toppings.
Can you Freeze Cooked Burgers?
Yes, you can freeze cooked burgers. We recommend wrapping them individually in plastic wrap and then with aluminum foil. Store in a freezer bag and they will last up to 4 months.
How do you Reheat a Swiss Mushroom Burger?
To reheat a Swiss Mushroom Burger we recommend reheating in the oven. Place the leftover burgers in a baking dish and cover with foil.
Then heat in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes.
Blackstone Mushroom and Swiss Burger
- Preheat the Blackstone Grill over medium high heat (approximately 400 degrees F).
- Add the butter to the grill and spread it out with a spatula.
- Add the sliced mushrooms to the grill and season it with half the garlic salt. Toss to sauté the mushrooms in the butter and garlic salt.
- Divide the ground beef into 6 even balls (approximately ⅓ lb each).
- Place the ground beef on the Blackstone grill next to the mushrooms.
- Press firmly on the ground beef balls into the Blackstone Grill. Do not smash it all the way down but just press slightly to form a burger patty.
- Season the beef with the remaining garlic salt and pepper.
- Cook the patties for 3-5 minutes until the sides of the patties begin to change colors.
- Flip the burgers (do not smash them down) and cook until burgers are cooked through (3-4 more minutes).
- Top each patties with the cooked sliced mushrooms and a piece of the Swiss cheese. Allow the cheese to melt onto the patties (1-2 minutes).
- Remove the beef and add them to one of the hamburger buns.
- Then add your favorite burger toppings and enjoy!
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