Sep 12

Black and Blue Burgers ~ Friday Foodie Feature

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Hello friends and Happy Fri-Yay!  

The weekend is here and the weather is great so put away those take-out menus and fire up the grill.

Tonight try making a Black and Blue Burger!

Burgers made with Bleu Cheese I made these during the Labor Day holiday weekend and they were so simple to make.  You can use either Blue or Goat Cheese to jazz up an ordinary burger.

Black and Bleu Burger

There were only a few ingredients I needed to create these delicious burgers.


  • Ground Beef or Ground Chicken or Turkey

  • 1 Egg

  • Blue Cheese Crumbles

  • 1 Packet Lipton Recipe Secrets

  • Fresh Sweet Peppers sliced

  • Buns

  • Condiments

Mix the ground beef, egg and packet of Lipton Recipe Secrets in a medium bowl.  I usually wear plastic gloves because I hate having meat under my nails, but make sure to wash your hands after handling raw meat even if using gloves.

Lipton Secret Recipes

Separate meat into 2 equal portions, and use just enough to make the number of patties required.  With your thumb make a dimple in the middle of each patty.  Sprinkled on a few pieces of Blue Cheese Crumbles then top with a slice of pepper.

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Burgers filled with Bleu Cheese Use the other half of beef to cover each patty, pinch the sides to ensure cheese crumbles are covered.

Blue Cheese Burgers

Fire up the grill and cook patties for approximately 8 mins on each side or until thoroughly done reaching an internal temperature of at least 160 F.

BTW, I left mine on the grill too long and burned them, hence the title “BLACK and Blue”, so keep an eye on them.

Grilled burgers

While the burgers are cooking, “dress your buns”.  I like mine lightly toasted with raw onions, sliced tomatoes, ketchup and pickles!

condiments for burgers

My men and I all love cheese so you know this is the only way I make burgers on the grill or on top of the stove!  

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  1. imagesbytdashfield

    Now if we could find a bag of those Sriracha chips it would so be on!!! 🙂

    1. DelBlogger

      oh now you talkin!!!

  2. Lisa

    The burgers look really good sweetie! Hugz Lisa and Bear

    1. DelBlogger

      Thank you my bloggy friend. I hope all is well in your world and that you have a super duper weekend!

  3. Me And My MIni Me

    Mmmmm mmm mmm Looks delicious. I want some.

    1. DelBlogger

      Thank you, we don’t eat a lot of beef which is probably why they burned!

  4. Tricia The Good Mama

    This just gave me a craving for burgers! They look tasty!

    1. DelBlogger

      Despite being burned, they were – lol!

  5. Brandi

    Your burgers look great. My husband grills all throughout the year so I will be sure to pass along your recipe to him. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and commenting. I really appreciate your visit.

    1. DelBlogger

      Brandi, thank you, show him the kabob recipe on today’s post as well. Happy Weekend!

  6. Louida (@MissLouMae)

    I love me some hamburgers! Good thing you’re able to fire up the grill a little while longer.

    1. DelBlogger

      Yes, I am like Bill Cosby…out there grillin in the snow!

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