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Cookout season is here! Fire up the grill and try these Goat Cheese and Herb Burgers with Homemade Focaccia Buns. A flavorful burger topped with herb-infused goat cheese and arugula, served on a homemade focaccia bun.
A couple weeks ago I got the chance to check out the new Sprouts location in my hometown. Today, I’m excited to be working with them to bring you this yummy burger recipe as a part of their #MyBestBurger challenge (be sure to vote for my recipe!).
This burger starts with fresh ground beef from the Sprouts’ meat counter (more about that in a sec!). I also grabbed some goat cheese and arugula while I was shopping there.
To really take this burger to the next level, I made homemade, from-scratch focaccia to use as the bun! This adds so much flavor and texture to this dish. It definitely takes more time and effort, but it’s so worth it! If you need to make these in a hurry, though, you can use store-bought focaccia or your favorite burger bun.
One of the things I love about Sprouts is their selection of fresh, never frozen meats. They offer many of the qualities I’m looking for such as grass-fed and no antibiotics. And it tastes so good! It’s the quality of meat you would get at a steakhouse or fine restaurant, but much more affordable.
I definitely noticed a big difference in the quality of these burgers as compared to using ground beef bought elsewhere. This burger tasted so fresh and flavorful.
Want to know my secret for making the best burgers, the easy way? I put the ground beef into the bowl of my stand mixer, add in the spices and use a slow speed to mix it all together. No more getting my hands messy trying to mix it up, and all the spices get mixed evenly throughout the meat.
Once you’ve got that ready, form the patties and light up the grill! These burgers also turn out great cooked in a skillet on the stovetop.
Just look at that juicy, delicious burger! Top it with some fresh arugula and goat cheese for additional flavor.
For an easy side dish, grab some frozen french fries or sweet potato fries to serve with your burgers.
Doesn’t this recipe make you want to invite some friends over for a cookout this weekend?
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