Check out the best local taste makers for something truly special! Our Fellers Ranch Wagyu ground beef is premium quality, so how can you serve it up? Let Pig's Eye BBQ, 715 BBQ, Cubbie Hawk BBQ and more show you with their unique burger recipes. Get that locally-sourced Wagyu flavor while grilling smarter this winter—try a delicious homemade Wagyu Burger today!
This Juicy Lucy Burger by Cubbie Hawk BBQ is sourced from Fellers Ranch out of Conger, MN, home of Conger Meats.
- Take 1lb of Fellers Ranch® Wagyu Ground Beef and mix in any preferred seasonings; we recommend Swamp Thang from the #corncookers🌽 collection from the Iowa BBQ Store, if that’s not available a popular go-to for burgers is season salt, pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder to taste.
- Mix ingredients, separate the meat into small balls, and flatten them out. Each patty should be around ¼ on an inch thick.
- Add a slice of cheese to the top of half of the prepped patties. We prefer American cheese but you can use any other cheese you like.
- Lay the remaining half of the burger patties on the ones topped with cheese, at this point it is crucial to make sure the patties are connected and the cheese is snug in the center. We don’t want cheese spilling out of the sides and possibly over-cook.
- Fire up your grill. We prefer to use @bbcharcoal on @waldenbackyards Legacy Firepit! Any grill or skillet will do the job though.
- Once up to a scalding, heat start cooking the burgers until medium; this should take around 3-5 minutes depending on the cheese and thickness of the patty. The cheese should be melted at the end and the crust should be caramelized and browned.
- Slightly char the buns you’re using and apply an even layer of “special sauce”. This can be done by combining mayonnaise, ketchup, pickle relish, mustard, sriracha, pepper, smoked paprika, and Worcestershire sauce. Top with lettuce and add the patty to the buns.
- After your burger is put together, sit back and enjoy this amazing take on a midwest favorite; a Wagyu juicy lucy!
This Triple Wagyu Smashburger by MN Fire & is sourced from Fellers Ranch out of Conger, MN, home of Conger Meats.
- Start with 1lb of Fellers Ranch® Wagyu Ground Beef and season with salt and pepper (plus others if you'd like). Roll the meat into 2 oz patties and smash them down.
- Take 3 patties (per burger), and char them over a hot grill/skillet at 500℉. It should only take a minute to see caramelization on the patties.
- Once browned season with @lanesbbq SPG, then layer each patty with a slice of cheese
- Layer up the patties and lower the heat. Then cover; letting steam and heat finalize the melting process of the cheese.
- Once cooked toast brioche buns and layer them with burger sauce. This can be done by combining mayonnaise, ketchup, pickle relish, mustard, sriracha, pepper, smoked paprika, and Worcestershire sauce. Spread evenly on the bun and apply the triple-smash burger. You can also add lettuce or pickles for extra crunch and flavor.
- After putting together your burger, enjoy this hearty and delicious triple-decker Wagyu burger!
This Wagyu beef burger by Smokin' Sober is sourced from Fellers Ranch out of Conger, MN, home of Conger Meats.
- Start with 1lb of Fellers Ranch® Wagyu Ground Beef. Season to your liking.
- Cook up some bacon and set it aside for now. You can never have too much bacon but we recommend about 3 pieces per burger.
- Smash the burgers and some slivered onions on a hot grill, about 500℉. Let cook for a minute or two (until sides start to caramelize).
- Add a thick slice of Havarti cheese and bacon. Close the lid to the grill, turn down the temp, and let the cheese melt.
- After the cheese is melted add your favorite condiments to toasted brioche buns.
- Add the smash burger to the bun and enjoy the best classic smash-burger ever!
This Wagyu Brunch Burger by 715 BBQ is sourced from Fellers Ranch out of Conger, MN, home of Conger Meats.
- First, slice and caramelize an onion in a skillet.
- Then you’ll need 1lb of Fellers Ranch® Wagyu Ground Beef, mixed some Worcestershire, pepper, and @psseasonings Prime Time seasoning, and king shallot rubs.
- Grill until medium rare/rare.
- Take some prosciutto and lay it out in a fan-like circle, then place the cooked burger in the center and add 2 slices of Muster cheese on top. Fold the prosciutto over the burger and cheese to cover it completely.
- Throw the prosciutto-covered burger into the pan to crisp up and melt the cheese.
- Pull off the heat once crisped and lay on top of a toasted brioche bun. Add 2 slices of swiss cheese on top.
- Add caramelized onions and an over-easy egg on top of the burger and place the top half of the toasted brioche bun on the burger.
- For the sides, we chose to air-fry some baby cakes, and for the sauce for the baby cakes and the burger, we made some bearnaise sauce.
- Enjoy your perfectly cooked Wagyu brunch burger!
Add some shredded lettuce to this Wagyu Quesadilla burger by Pig's Eye BBQ
- First, you’ll need 1lb of Fellers Ranch® Wagyu Ground Beef.
- Split the patties up into desired thickness (we recommend 1/3 lb patties) and season with Croix Valley Spicy Barbecue Booster, or any other preferred seasonings.
- Throw on a hot skillet or grill, we recommend using @webergrills - Spirit I E-210 Gas Grill.
- Grill until sides are caramelized. Take off the heat once finished.
- For 1 burger, fry up 1 flour tortilla on the same grill and add a slice or two of pepper jack cheese.
- Once heated, place the burger on the flour tortilla and add some jalapenos, tomatoes, onions, and cilantro (or your favorite pico de gallo).
- Fold the tortilla with the burger and toppings, and voila! A perfect quesadilla burger!
This juicy burger by Smokin Sober & is sourced from Fellers Ranch out of Conger, MN, home of Conger Meats.
- Each burger will need 2 ½ lb of Fellers Ranch® Wagyu Ground Beef.
- Smash the burgers down on a grill. Season with Smokin Bro’s The Convicto seasoning. Cook each burger with caramelized onions.
- Lay down some habanero cheese slices, and sharp white cheddar slices on the burgers a few minutes before they finish cooking; close the lid of the grill so the cheese melts evenly.
- After the burgers are cooked and the cheese is melted, lay them on a toasted pretzel bun.
- Go ahead and add desired condiments, we recommend Smokey Mountain BBQ Sauce.
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