Ingredients25 m servings 686 cals
- Preheat an outdoor grill for medium-high heat and lightly oil the grate.
- Season the ground buffalo with salt and pepper; form into 8 balls. Press a cavity in each ball with your thumb pressing halfway into each ball; place a tablespoon of blue cheese into the hole and seal the meat around the cheese. Press each ball into a patty shape.
- Cook the burgers on the preheated grill until cooked to your desired degree of doneness, 4 to 6 minutes per side for well done. An instant-read thermometer inserted into the center should read 160 degrees F (70 degrees C). Spread the toasted buns with mayonnaise. Place a burger patty onto each bun bottom, then place a lettuce leaf, onion rings, and tomato slice onto each sandwich. Top with the remaining buns to serve.
Per Serving: 686 calories; 25.3 g fat; 78.4 g carbohydrates; 38.8 g protein; 70 mg cholesterol; 1599 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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The taste of the blue cheese in the meat tastes very good. However it was difficult to put the cheese in the center without the patty falling apart. I changed the recipe a bit in hopes of impro...
I just made my first buffalo burger. I read the review that warned about the burger falling apart. I stuffed about 2 Tbs. of blue cheese crumbles into a fairly large ball of meat, pushing the me...
One word....Delicious!!! My hubby made them and that is proof that this recipe is simple to follow....
This was very yummy. Made some modifications to suit my taste; I used one package of ground bison and about a half cup of blue cheese (we're cheese lovers), added Montreal steak seasoning (abo...
Pretty good burgers. I just mixed the blue cheese in rather than stuffing it into the middle, purely because I didn't read the recipe carefully enough. It worked quite well, though I didn't tast...
Excellent! We love the blue cheese. It kind of "softens" the macho flavor of the buffalo. Personally, I could add even more blue cheese. The grilled red onions were a nice touch.
What a great way to add some moisture to the sometimes dry ground bison! Yum!