Grilled Peach,Spinach and Goat Cheese Burger

Andre Alban


Grilled fruit always lends a dish an
extra sweet, smokey flavor.
Spinach and goat cheese were meant to be together, and the combination of all these flavors works extremely well.

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20 Min


20 Min


1 c
russian dressing
1 Tbsp
hot mustard
1/2 c
kalamata olives, pitted, halved
1 Tbsp
olive oil
3 clove
garlic, sliced
2 c
baby spinach
1 Tbsp
balsamic vinegar
1 Tbsp
cajun poultry seasoning
2 large
ripe peaches, sliced thick
4 slice
tomatoes, beef steak, 1/2" sliced
4 slice
onion, 1/2" sliced
1 stick
basil oil
1 1/2 lb
ground chuck
1 pinch
sea salt
1 pinch
fresh ground black pepper
4 oz
goat cheese
4 large
hamburger buns-potato

Directions Step-By-Step

Russian Dressing
Mix dressing with mustard and olives in small bowl, refrigerate until ready to use.
In medium skillet, heat olive oil, add garlic, spinach,balsamic vinegar, cook 5 minutes. Turn off stove, add seasoning, mix, set aside.
Turn grill to high. Brush grill with basil oil.
Turn grill down to medium. Brush peaches, tomatoes, onion with basil oil, grill 3 minutes per side, transfer to small platter near heat.
Cut buns in half, toast on grill 1 minute per side, transfer to platter near heat.
Turn heat back to high. Mix ground chuck with salt and pepper, shape into burgers, grill 4 minutes per side for medium.
To assemble burgers:
Place buns on aluminum or stainless steel baking pan, spread Russian dressing on both sides of bun, follow with burger, peach, tomato, onion slices, finish with spinach mix and goat cheese. Close buns.
Turn grill down to medium, close cover, let flavors blend 5 minutes. Serve hot.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef, Burgers
Other Tag: Quick & Easy