Who doesn’t love a good burger every now and then, right? There are so many different kinds, beef, chicken, turkey, bacon, bean, rice, ect. Personally, my favorites are the beef and bean ones (unless they add a bunch of mexican spice to them, which is what they do with a lot of meatless items). This is my first time that I’ve ever made a home made burger myself. We usually don’t eat burgers that often, and when we do, I’m never the one who is in charge of the grill. I’m kind of afraid that I might blow the place up. 😛
I broiled my burger, but you could obviously grill yours. It would probably give it a nice flavor too.
1 lb. of grass-fed ground beef
raw milk cheddar cheese (enough for your burgers)
freshly cracked black pepper
Make ground beef into patties. Season with sea salt and freshly cracked pepper. Place burgers on the grill or on a oven rack, over a baking sheet place in the oven at 400 degrees. Let cook for about 30-45 minutes, flipping every 15 minutes. Once the outside of the burger looks cooked, you can go ahead and add the cheese. Cook the burger to your liking. Remove from the oven/grill, and add on your toppings.
Add the cheese. I only had a block of raw cheese, so that’s why I had to cut it like that, but I believe they do sell slices of raw milk cheese, but I’m not a 100% sure. It melts all together anyway, so it doesn’t matter too much.