Easy recipe burger with Maroilles cheese
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Homemade Hamburger with Melting Maroilles Cheese

This will be my last recipe that comes from that Maroilles cheese. I mean from that same piece. You see, I do hope I’ll have more pieces of Maroilles in the future. Out of that same piece of cheese I also made this recipe, and this (which we can’t really call a recipe).

The last pieces of the Maroilles turned into the most wonderful bits of melting cheese on top of a homemade burger. It was a majestic ending for that cheese.

Just for the record, the kitchen continued to stink of Maroilles for nearly another full day. But it was worth it.

We need: 400g minced pork, 1 small clove garlic, 1 egg, 2 teaspoons flour, salt, black pepper, 1 teaspoon olive oil, Maroilles cheese.

Mix the pork, garlic chopped into very small pieces, egg, flour, salt and black pepper. Shape them into burger shapes. Heat the olive oil in a pan. Cook the burgers. When the burgers are cooked, but still on the sizzling pan, add some Maroilles cheese onto the top of the burger.

I want to emphasize just how quick this recipe is. Mixing and shaping burgers is so quick, and not mention the taste is so good, that the extra 3 minutes to do that is definitely worth it over buying ready made burgers.

The the Maroilles cheese proved to be a very creamy and fast melting cheese. I added the pieces onto the burgers, put the lid on the pan, then decided to lift the lid to have a peak only about 30 seconds later. This is what I saw:

Maroilles cheese with homemade hamburger

What do you think? Are you a big melted cheese fan? I certainly am.

Enjoy your meal!


  1. Sad to say goodbye to this or any other piece of cheese, but still, this piece has served this blog well, burgers are a great send off!

  2. Yep, I love melted cheese. I like doing home made burgers with pork too. I can’t think of anyone who sells pork burgers, but when we make them at home, we add a slice of pineapple. It’s amazing.

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