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Mushroom Swiss Burger - A Burger as Big and Beautiful as the Swiss Alps

Mushroom swiss burgers are advertised at many fast-food restaurants. Now you can make your own with this recipe and enjoy a delicious burger right at home.

February 7, 2021
Mushroom Swiss BurgerPhoto By Canva
Difficulty Medium
Servings 4 people
Preparation 10 mins
Cooking 20 mins
Total 30 mins



  1. In a medium bowl combine ground beef, salt and pepper, steak seasoning (or alternate seasonings) and mix together well so that all seasonings are incorporated.
  2. Divide mixture into 4 equal parts and shape each into a patty.
  3. In a small-medium pan or skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Add mushrooms, garlic, and Italian seasoning and saute until mushrooms are very tender and garlic is fragrant. Remove from heat, add a layer of swiss cheese, cover the pan with foil to keep the heat in, and set aside.
  4. Grill burger patties over medium heat for about 5-6 minutes on each side or until desired doneness is reached.
  5. Top patties with a slice of swiss cheese each and allow to sit on the grill (lid closed) for 1-2 minutes until the cheese is melty.
  6. Assemble burgers by arranging any desired toppings on the bottom half of each bun, then following up with the cheesy burger patty, and topping with the mushrooms and top half of the bun. Serve immediately.
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Mushroom Swiss Burger
Serves 4
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value*
Cholesterol 151 mg50.3%
Sodium 990 mg43%
Potassium 573 mg12.2%
Protein 45.9 g91.8%
Total Fat 25.5 g32.7%
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.


  • To make dividing the meat easier, after mixing in a bowl, push meat down to make an even layer. Using your finger, make a dent in the center. Using this point draw a cross. There you have it, 4 equal burger patties.
  • When you have your burgers patted out, make an indention with your thumb, many say that this will help your burger not shrink so much.
  • You can also use your bun to make the patties. If you make your patties a ¼ inch larger than your buns, they typically shrink to the same size.
  • If you do not want the extra piece, feel free to omit the slice on top of the burger itself.
  • Do not overcook the mushroom mixture as the garlic can taste bitter if overcooked.
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A mushroom swiss burger is a mountain of a burger that can fill up those with the biggest of appetites. This ooey gooey umami bomb that you have seen at many fast-food places can now be made for you and your family.

This recipe is sure to make you second guess getting one from a restaurant again. Be sure to have your napkins ready and dig in.

Who has The Mushroom Swiss Burger?

Though now you can find a version of a mushroom swiss burger at any burger joint or steakhouse, there are a few popular places you can find one.

Finding a mushroom swiss burger can be done at several fast-food chains like Burger King, McDonalds, and Hardees or Carl’s Jr. Once you try this recipe though, you will stop your searching immediately.

How Many Calories are in a Mushroom Swiss Burger?

On average, a typical mushroom swiss burger has about 900 calories in it. Okay so it might have a few calories in it, but they are well worth it. Maybe just indulge every once and a while because you will not be able to resist this recipe.

How Do You Know When Mushrooms are Bad?

You can usually tell when mushrooms are going bad because they develop dark spots on them. They also tend to be a little softer and have a slimy feel. As soon as you begin to see these signs on your mushrooms, you can still cook them and prolong their lives for a few more days.

What Kind of Cheese is Swiss Cheese?

Swiss cheese is the name that is given to several varieties of cheese that are made in Switzerland. To the swiss this cheese is known as Emmental.

It has a sweet and almost nutty flavor to it and has a lovely melting quality. That is what makes it the perfect cheese for a mushroom swiss burger.

What is The Best Swiss Cheese?

The best type of swiss cheese that is out there is called Der Scharfe Maxx. This literally translates to “the spicy Maxx”, this makes sense because of its bold flavor.

Der Scharfe Maxx is made from cows milk and cures for over 150 days. You can find this cheese at a cheese store or maybe online for a whopping $33 per pound.

Is Swiss Cheese Healthy?

If you must indulge swiss cheese is actually among the best cheeses for you. Because of the way it is made it ends up with lower sodium and fat content than others. Making this cheese an easy one to fit into your diet.

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