Recipe for Mushroom Swiss Cheese Burgers

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Mushroom Swiss cheese burgers don't require an expensive trip out to a local restaurant. Get a recipe for mushroom Swiss cheese burgers with help from the owner of Calafia Cafe in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Chef Charlie Ayers, owner of Calafia Cafe and Market A Go Go in Palo Alto, California. Today I'm going to make for you a juicy mushroom Swiss burger. This is one of our more popular items on the menu. We use a blend of sirloin, brisket, and tri-tip which we grind fresh daily to make our hamburger patties. We use a really fluffy moist hamburger bun called a pan de mi which is a bun that is made that has milk in it so it's a very soft and rich bun. Served with grilled onions, roasted fermini mushrooms and a melted Jarlsburg cheese which is in the Swiss family bu tit has a richer flavor than a regular generic Swiss cheese. It has a little bit of a nutty finish to it. I already have one going for you right now. So I'm going to plate that for you and you'll get to see the finished product in one moment. You always want to make sure you toast your buns. If you don't like grilled onions you don't have to put on grilled onions. I feel that they work very well together. And here is our mushroom Swiss burger. And we top it with our Jarlsberg cheese and roasted fermini mushrooms and we put it underneath the Salamander for a moment to melt. If you don't have a Salamander at home you can easily cover your burger with a lid like this on your grill or in your pan if you're cooking it on the stove top. This burger's normally served with either french fries or our Cole Slaw or a small salad. We always serve our burgers with our house made pickles as well. I'm Chef Charlie Ayers, owner of Calafia Cafe and Market A Go Go in Palo Alto.


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