I've been watching all of the great hamburgers that have been posted here and I must admit I was tempted to make some, but what really sold me on the "STUFZ" was the Cordon Bleu, I just had to try that.
I ground up a pound of chicken breasts, threw in a handful of croutons at the end to clean out the grinder and added a egg to work as a binder with the bread crumbs, salt and pepper.
Next I made my Cordon Bleu gravy,
1 Tbs bacon fat
1 Tbs cornstarch
1 cup whipping cream
1/2 cup white wine
1 tsp paprika
I formed the bottom half and poured in a spoonful of the gravy, chopped ham and gruyere, added the top and into the fridge to firm up.
I heated up the Genesis to 400° and placed the burgers directly over the fire, let them cook for 8 minutes and then turned them over and left them for another 8 minutes, took them off at 165°.
I was afraid the burger would be dry so a added the gravy to both halves of the bun.
Here's my Q-view:
They were super easy and excellent, next time I will add lettuce and tomato.
Thanks for looking a my Q-view.