What could possibly make a flavor packed grass fed burger better? Try adding some grass fed Irish butter? Kneading in some grated frozen grass fed Irish butter to your burger makes the juiciest flavor packed mouthful ever!
Get this...Cooking Light Magazine said that lean grass fed beef has a nutrition profile more similar to salmon than grain fed beef! – wow! Cooking light also mentions grass fed beef has half the saturated fat of dark meat chicken! So, with all that said we could afford to add just a little grass fed butter? I mean what could be wrong adding more good fat? Please allow me to share the secret of one of the best burgers you will ever make (or taste)? A ‘wee bit ‘ of Irish goodness goes a very long way…
Grass Fed Butter Burger
(recipe makes 4 ¼ Lb patties)
- (for the Pattie)
- 1 lb lean grass fed ground sirloin
- 3 Tbsp (grated frozen or very cold unsalted Kerrygold Irish butter)
- ¼ tsp kosher salt
- ¼ tsp freshly ground black pepper
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 onion
- 1 Tbsp canola oil
- (for the burger)
- 4 slices of Kerrygold Dubliner cheese
- 3 Tbsp tomato ketchup
- 4 Brioche buns (toasted)
- 4 slices of thickly sliced tomato (optional)
- 4 slices of Bibb lettuce (optional)
How to make them
- Preheat the grill to medium high.
- Caramelize the onion in a little canola or grape seed oil for a few minutes to soften. Set aside and cool.
- Break up the sirloin and sprinkle with the salt and pepper, garlic powder and stir in the caramelized cooled onions..
- Use a box grater to grate the butter grate directly over the ground sirloin keeping everything very cold (try not to touch with hands to prevent the butter from melting).
- Gently knead the butter in to the burger and then divide in to 4 patties.
- Cook the patties for 3 minutes on one side and then turn top with cheese and then tun them over and grill for another 2-4 minutes.
- To serve toast the bun and top the patties with tomato ketchup, bib lettuce and freshly sliced tomato. Place filling inside of bun and enjoy!
Happy Grilling! Summer is almost here!
Judie the Irish foodie