Provolone Alfredo Burgers

Monday, May 6, 2019
Every year we try and make a new style burger for summer grilling season and this year we debuted our Provolone Alfredo Burger.


The burger is swimming in a delicious melted cheese sauce and is outstanding in flavor.


The burger is perfect plain, dressed to the nines or even without bread!


If you're a huge burger and cheese lover, this delicious burger will have you craving another bite.


We even give you suggestions on topping and tips for other cooking methods, so don't shy away from this one, it's easy instructions to follow.


Our family loves this Provolone Alfredo Burger!


Can you tell it's an Italian burger by the name?


Scroll down to our printable recipe card for this super juicy burger and over-the-top and mouth-watering delicious recipe!










Summer Fun



What better way to kick off the start of summer than with hot sizzling burgers?


I am so happy to present this Provolone Alfredo thick juicy burger and it's all dressed up and ready for you to try the recipe below!







this is a delicious way to grill hamburger these have homemade alfredo sauce on them. They hamburgers are on checkerboard red paper and lettuce, tomato on top with a pretzel roll bun



More of My Italian Burgers to try!




I also have grandma's recipe for plain Italian burgers that we love you may remember?


Or maybe my Garlic Parmesan Lemon Spinach Sauce Burger, those were so good too!


Don't forget to try my Italian French fried potatoes to go along with this burger!




this is a delicious way to grill hamburger these have homemade alfredo sauce on them. They hamburgers are on checkerboard red paper and lettuce, tomato on top with a pretzel roll bun



Ingredients You Will Need (for the exact measurement scroll down to the printable recipe card)



  • Ground chuck or ground sirloin
  • sausage hot or sweet loose
  • egg
  • Italian seasoned bread crumbs
  • Italian dry seasoning
  • Merlot wine or Cabernet
  • Romano grated cheese
  • granulated garlic
  • garlic minced fine
  • fresh parsley chopped
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • olive oil
  • red pepper flakes
  • shredded provolone cheese
  • Parmesan cheese
  • butter
  • heavy cream
  • Rolls of Choice: Pretzel Rolls, Ciabatta Rolls, Hard Rolls



This is a full board of hamburgers and french fries. this is how to make a burger topped with Alfredo sauce. This burger also has tomatoes on it and fancy green lettuce on top with french fries on the side



This Alfredo Sauce



This alfredo sauce is so creamy and thick with delicious cheeses and a hint of garlic.


The burger sings with this sauce on it to the highest note!


I love the sauce so much, I use the leftovers for a pasta dinner the next night.


The kids also love to dunk garlic knots into this sauce with any leftovers!



this is a colander filled with lettuce tomato and then there is garlic and herbs on the bottom ready for a recipe with alfredo sauce and burgers



Other Suggestions

  1. use any melting cheese you prefer
  2. add sliced olives to the burger
  3. add hot pepper or roasted peppers
  4. top with vinegar and oil lettuce and tomato
  5. sprinkle with oregano or other dried herbs
  6. dip the burger in marinara sauce and omit the alfredo and just add mozzarella or provolone



these are hamburgers on a grill with a flame cooking on a low heat getting ready to be part of a delicious Alfredo provolone burger



Tips



  • Never pat down the hamburgers while cooking, it removes the juices
  • While making the hamburger patties place wax paper between them
  • Use loose sweet or hot sausage
  • Refrigerate the burgers while making the alfredo sauce
  • The fat from the sausage will make a large high flame so keep it on low heat
  • Use all fresh herbs when possible for best results
  • Use your favorite hard rolls, garlic bread or even pretzel rolls. our favorite is either a hard roll or ciabatta bread roll.



these are hamburgers on a grill with a high intense fat flame cooking on a low heat getting ready to be part of a delicious Alfredo provolone burger



Cooking Methods

  1. Grilling: grill on medium heat for around 5 minutes on each side refer to the chart
  2. Air Fry: prepared hamburger patties in a single layer in the Air Fryer basket. Cook at 400 degrees, about 9-12 minutes depending on thickness
  3. Stovetop: Heat a large cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat. coat pan with 3 tablespoons of butter melted. Add patties; cook 2 minutes on each side or until the desired degree of doneness.





Meats

  • ground loose Italian sausage
  • ground chuck
  • ground sirloin
  • ground venison
  • ground lamb


this is how to make a burger topped with Alfredo sauce. This burger also has tomatoes on it and fancy green lettuce on top with french fries on the side

Mom always made her own homemade sausage, so I still do.


Be sure to get some sausage meat that is loose hot or sweet to add to the beef, it really kicks up the taste and goes perfectly with the alfredo sauce.


The flavors together are total perfection for this burger.



these are raw  hamburgers on a grill with a flame cooking on a low heat getting ready to be part of a delicious Alfredo provolone burger




More Recipes to Try



Garlic Parmesan Spinach Hamburgers


Italian Hamburgers


Italian Fries



this is a delicious way to grill hamburger these have homemade alfredo sauce on them. They hamburgers are on checkerboard red paper and lettuce, tomato on top with a pretzel roll bun




Cooking The Burgers



If you don't happen to have a grill, I highly recommend using a cast-iron skillet to cook them on the stovetop.


Maybe you remember my Italian juicy hamburger recipe, we love using cast iron.


That's what grandma always used.



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this is a delicious way to grill hamburger these have homemade alfredo sauce on them. They hamburgers are on checkerboard red paper and lettuce, tomato on top with a pretzel roll bun



Fun Summer Foods



Don't forget this burger can be made all year long and you don't have to wait for grilling season with our other cooking methods, but it sure is a summer fun food that folks will remember long after summer is gone.


Refer to our cooking instructions, tips, and other suggestions to make the best burger you ever tasted!





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this is a delicious way to grill hamburger these have homemade alfredo sauce on them. They hamburgers are on checkerboard red paper and lettuce, tomato on top with a pretzel roll bun

Provolone Alfredo Burger

This is an all Italian Provolone with homemade Alfredo sauce burger. These thick juicy burgers are bursting with garlic and a blend of meats to make an outstanding flavored beef.
prep time: 20 Mcook time: 25 Mtotal time: 45 M

ingredients:

  • 2 pounds Ground chuck or ground sirloin
  • 1 pound loose hot Italian sausage
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup Italian seasoned bread crumbs
  • 1 teaspoon Italian dry seasoning
  • 1/4 cup Merlot wine or Cabernet
  • 3 tablespoon Romano grated cheese
  • 1 teaspoon granulated garlic
  • 1 clove garlic minced fine
  • 3 tablespoons fresh parsley chopped
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • olive oil
  • optional: 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • Garlic Alfredo Sauce Recipe
  • 1 cup shredded provolone cheese
  • 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 cup Romano cheese
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 1 teaspoon minced garlic or granulated garlic (add more to taste)
  • Rolls of Choice: Pretzel Rolls, Ciabatta Rolls, Hard Rolls
  • Garnish: Lettuce, Tomato

instructions:

How to cook Provolone Alfredo Burger

  1. Mix all the meats, spices, and herbs together and shape them into patties.
  2. Place in the refrigerator and make the sauce.
  3. Alfredo Sauce Recipe
  4. In a medium saucepan combine whipping cream and butter. 
  5. Bring to a simmer over medium heat, stirring frequently until butter melts adding the fresh or granulated garlic. 
  6. Gradually stir in grated Parmesan cheese, grated mozzarella cheese, grated provolone cheese, and grated Romano cheese. 
  7. Reduce heat to low, and continue to stir just until all cheese is melted.
  8. Instructions:
  9. Grill the Burgers to your preference or pan-fry in olive oil.
  10. Assembly:
  11. Place the burger on the rolls of your choice, buttered and toasted.
  12. Spoon the sauce over the cooked burger.
  13. Garnish with tomato and lettuce.
  14. Store additional sauce in the refrigerator, this is perfect for another meal over cooked pasta of your choice.
Calories
425
Fat (grams)
22
Sat. Fat (grams)
19
Carbs (grams)
18
Net carbs
11
Sugar (grams)
4
Protein (grams)
29
Sodium (milligrams)
97
Created using The Recipes Generator




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this is a delicious way to grill hamburger these have homemade alfredo sauce on them. They hamburgers are on checkerboard red paper and lettuce, tomato on top with a pretzel roll bun



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33 comments

  1. Alfredo sauce...on a burger...OMG!!! BRILLIANT!!!!!! LOVING this creation!!!!!

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  2. Alfredo is one of my favorite sauces, so I can't wait to try this burger! It looks so amazing!

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  3. Wow, now THAT's a burger meal on a bun!

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  4. Wow. White sauce and flame-grilled burger! Yummy!

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  5. These look like the perfect burgers for summer! I am stoked to make them ASAP

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  6. This looks so utterly fabulous. Love the idea of using a white sauce to add your flavours, rather than just a slice of cheese on its own. So good!

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  7. DANG!!!! This burger month thing has me drooling! Every time I read someone else's recipe, I think I discovered my favorite. Then I read another recipe -- yours -- and all that "easy gourmet" Italian makes me even more hungry for a burger! This is one beautiful burger!

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  8. WOW! These look insanely good! Provolone is pretty hard to get here, but when I do find it I buy it as it's so delicious! I love all the flavours going on in these burgers, I need to make them!

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  9. How creative! I’ve never had alfredo sauce on a burger before. This sounds delicious!

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  10. this has got me totally craving burgers. i am loving the addition of the white sauce - I definitely want to be making (and eating) this!

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  11. Yes - an entire month dedicated to burgers! Music to my ears.... And this one sounds incredibly unique and delicious!

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  12. These burgers are incredible! They are a manifistation of burger art, and I am really excited I have stumbled upon your recipe!

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  13. I really like how you combined beef and sausage meat - so clever! Delicous sounding burger!

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  14. This sauce looks UNREAL. I want to make this asap!

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  15. Whoa, what an incredible burger!! Perfect for weekend grilling and even company!

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  16. Love the sound of this burger! I'd be happy to have this every day of the month. Very tempting!

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  17. Yes finally a burger that rates in my book. Will make time and time again

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  18. Oh geez, this burger looks almost too good to be true. Perfect for summer!

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  19. I'm always up for a good burger! I can't wait to try the toppings on this one. I'm not a fan of buns, so I'll just put it on a bed of lettuce.

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  20. Wow! This looks so savory and juicy! Perfect for backyard cookouts this summer!

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  21. Wow, these burgers look amazing. I never thought to make an alfredo burger!

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  22. Great burgers, must be delicious with that sauce. Yum!

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  23. This looks utterly delicious, I have never tried making burger with alfredo sauce. I am tempted to try this soon. Nice clicks.

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  24. This looks like a great Burger! I love the alfredo, and mixing sausage into the patties!

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  25. That burger must be delicious with that sauce.

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  26. Holy moly yummy! I'm a total sucker for anything with Alfredo sauce on it. Looks like this is going on the menu!

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  27. Oh wow. This burger recipe sounds absolutely delicious. SO many delicious thing you've mixed up here. I must give this recipe a try. Soon!!

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  28. I've never tried a burger with sausage meat in the patty. Sounds absolutely delicious!

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  29. I know, right?! Starting summer with delicious recipes like this is a great way to make sure the summer goes well. Delicious burger!

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  30. That sauce has me seriously drooling! Your burgers look so good!

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  31. I'd definitely love this burger with all that gooey cheese!

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