Gourmet Burgers with Dofino Havarti Cheese

Grilled gourmet Dofino Havarti Burger
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What happens when you add creamy Arla Dofino® Havarti to your burger?  It explodes with flavor. Havarti’s soft texture makes it great for melting and the mild, buttery cheese has a slightly nutty flavor that pairs well with burgers. Check out this recipe the chefs at ARLA created just for Char-Broil and tell us if you don’t agree.

Gourmet Burgers with Dofino Havarti Cheese

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: PT15-20M

Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 4

Serving Size: 1 burger per person

Calories per serving: ~

Fat per serving: ~

Ingredients

  • 1 pound minced lean steak/beef
  • 1 small onion, chopped finely
  • small bunch fresh parsley or other herb of your choice, finely chopped
  • salt and black pepper to taste
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten
  • 8 ounce pack Dofino® Havarti cheese, cut into slices

Instructions

  1. Combine meat with onion, chopped herbs and seasoning, mix well and then use enough of the beaten egg to bind mixture.
  2. Form into 4 rounds and pat into a burger shape.
  3. Heat grill to medium hot.
  4. Cook burgers, turning occasionally to ensure even browning and cooking.
  5. When the burgers are just ready, (USDA 160°F internal temperature) layer slices of Dofino Havarti, return to heat and allow cheese to melt.
  6. Serve on a roll.
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5 thoughts on “Gourmet Burgers with Dofino Havarti Cheese

  1. Thanks for this recipe.
    I will be shopping for this cheese this afternoon and making the burgers this weekend.

    1. Hiya — check out instruction #2 — “Use enough of the egg to bind the ingredients together….” So glad you mentioned this – I forget steps all the time when following recipes and wow…does that mess things up in the end!

  2. This evening I did up the burgers as instructed but added with the egg a glass of Guinness Stout into the mixture which I let sit in the fridge for about an hour before placing on the grill. When cooked to the temp, I placed the cheese on and melted it and when melted I removed it from the heat and let stand for about five minutes.
    I plated the burgers with a “Celtic Flare” with veggies and fris that were grilled and attacked the burger. What a combo of tastes…fantastic from my taste buds I might add!
    Give it a try and be sure to have an additional ice cold pint or two to wash oit all down!
    “Fish”
    Middletown, NY

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