Mushroom Swiss Burger Recipe

We made these delicious mushroom swiss hamburgers for dinner earlier this week.  With 93% fat free hamburger on sale at Sunflower Market, I will be stocking up to make more too!

Burgers are burgers – we grilled ours, toasted the bun, slathered with mayonaisse, and put a slice of swiss cheese and mushrooms on top.  The only real recipe is the mushrooms…


  • Olive Oil ~ 2 tablespoons.
  • 8 oz (ish) Mushrooms ~ Washed and sliced.  I use the baby portabellos from Costco – 16oz for $3.99.
  • 1 medium Sweet Onion ~chopped.
  • Garlic ~ 3 cloves diced.  I prefer fresh garlic to the pre-diced jarred kind. 
  • Red Wine ~ about 1/4 to 1/2 cup.  I prefer Merlot or Cabernet.  As with other ingredients, the quality of wine counts when cooking too. 


Warm oil in sautee pan, add garlic and onion.  When onions are softened add the mushrooms until they are softened.  Then add wine and simmer for about 5 minutes.


2 Responses to Mushroom Swiss Burger Recipe

    • Thanks for stopping by and commenting! We put these same mushrooms on steak and then add Feta cheese. They are delicious! My husband calls them Combat Steak (recipe is from a Marine recipe book).

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