Bacon wrapped burgers topped with goat’s cheese and served with caramelised onion chutney. A stunning combination of flavours, with a little steam to finish that melts the cheese and leaves the burger so tender and juicy!
Serve these at the table and change the way people think of a burger. ‘Posh’ in style – they look stunning, smell amazing and taste even better. Oh and they are as simple as it gets to prepare and if you can find a dome to finish, the steaming process melts the cheese so beautifully and leaves the burger so amazingly juicy.
And if you have any truffle butter to hand then it adds an extra dimension to the flavours!
What you’ll need
bacon wrapped burgers topped with goats cheese:
- organic burgers
- snofrisk goats cheese, thinly sliced
- 1 rasher of smoked bacon per burger
- butter (we used black truffle butter)
- caramelised onion chutney
- burger buns, we love brioche but went skinny in this cook.
Light up your bbq with your griddle at the lowest setting and bring to a medium/high heat. Or place your frying pan on the hob over a medium/high heat.
Wrap each burger with one slice of bacon.
Toss a large knob of butter onto your cooking surface.
Once melted, throw on your burgers and grill for 3-4 minutes.
Flip over and grill for a further 3 minutes.
If you’re going with buns, lay them cut side down on the grill to toast.
Lay slices of goats cheese over each patty. Pour a splash of water onto the pan/griddle around the burgers and cover with the domes to steam for 1 minute.
Remove from the heat and serve immediately with the caramelised onion chutney. They should be medium unless you know exactly where the meat came from when you could go medium rare.