What Are The Top 6 Cheeses On Burgers In 2016?
Among all of the different things you can put on top of a Burger, cheese remains a favored constant. It’s the perfect solution when you want to add extra flavor and texture, and can elevate the simplest dish into a decadent treasure. Seriously, try to think of the last time you had a Burger that didn’t include cheese.
Last year, we brought you the top 7 cheeses that people prefer on their Burgers. In celebration of National Hamburger Month and the release of the 2016 Burger Trends Report, we’re excited to present this year’s favorites—along with some mouthwatering photos from some of our most valued customers.
Of course, the classics will always remain classic. Cheeses like American and Cheddar will never go out of style, but this year’s report provides insights into what else customers are loving on their Burgers. We hope you find some inspiration from this list for your next epic creation.
So without further ado…
The Top 6 Cheeses On Burgers In 2016
Smoke the Burger Joint‘s Philly Cheese Steak Burger
Includes: Garlic-mustard mayo and sautéed peppers and onions with melted provolone.
Beer Army Burger Company‘s Mustang Burger
Includes: A half-pound of never-frozen Certified Angus Beef®, roasted red peppers, bacon, blue cheese crumbles, lettuce, tomato, and grilled onions on a potato bun.
The Ainsworth‘s Bourbon BBQ Burger
Schweid & Sons Certified Angus Beef® Butcher’s Blend Burger, A LOT of fried shallots, crispy bacon, crispy pancetta, tomato, Pepper Jack Cheese, cheddar cheese, mayo, and Bulleit Bourbon BBQ sauce.
The Black Iron Burger Masterpiece
Includes: Double 4oz patties of Schweid & Sons All Natural Burger, Swiss cheese, stout-caramelized grilled onions, an organic fried egg, and applewood smoked bacon.
S’macks Burgers & Shakes‘s Guacamole Burger
Lucky for you, we don’t have to list the ingredients. You can get the recipe to make this Burger here!
Joe’s Bar NYC‘s Signature Cheeseburger
Includes: A toasted rainbow brioche, white American cheese, crown leaf lettuce, heirloom tomatoes, and red onion.