- 1 pound ground beef
- Weber Chicago Steak Seasoning
- Famous Dave’s Seasoning Steak & Burger
- Sliced Provolone cheese
- Buns of your choice
- Olive oil for brushing the buns
- Sliced American cheese
- Preheat the grill with medium-high heat for 10 minutes.*
- Divide ground beef mixture into 3 equal parts and shape into patties. Seasoning the meat before making the patties is my interpretation. Sprinkle the both sides of the patties liberally with each seasoning.
- Place patties onto hot grill, cook for 3 minutes* on each side. Use a meat thermometer to make sure the burgers reach a safe and savory internal temperature of 160 degrees. If the burgers have not reached that safe and savory internal temperature, move them to indirect heat and continue to cook, flipping every couple of minutes until they hit that 160 mark. Turn the burners off and place one slice of provolone cheese on each patty, close the lid for a few minutes. Remove the patties from grill when cheese begins to melt.
- Brush the inside of the buns with olive oil. Place the buns, inside up, under the broiler of your oven for 2-ish minutes or until they are lightly toasted. Remove buns from the oven and place one slice of American cheese on each bottom bun. To ensure proper cheese melt, try to time this step with the burgers getting done.
- Assemble by placing the provolone covered burger on the American cheese covered bottom bun. Then, top with condiments of your choice (I think mayo is delightful on Bollman Burgers). Add the top bun and enjoy!
- *Cooking temperatures and times are based on a gas grill.