Hamburgers have a long a prestigious history that dates back to immigrants from Hamburg Germany. Deceptively simple for a food, it is one that can be made for the masses or turned into a work of art, all by the ingredients used and the way it is put together. This recipe is a burger for people that like to make art and eat it too.
In a large bowl, combine the ground sirloin steak, Napoleon® Steak Sauce, 2 tbsp. of Napoleon® Classic Steak Spice, onion, garlic, parsley and Dijon mustard. Using your hands, mix well to combine, taking care not to over mix the meat.
Form into twelve uniform-sized patties, about 4 oz each, ½” thick. Place patties onto a parchment paper lined tray, cover and refrigerate for at least one hour to allow the meat to set.
Preheat grill to medium-high heat.
Lightly spray each patty with non-stick cooking spray and season with Napoleon® Classic Steak Spice to taste. Grill burgers for 4 to 5 minutes per side for medium-well. Move burgers to the top rack of grill and top each burger with 2 slices of bacon and a slice of cheddar cheese. Close lid and allow cheese to melt and bacon to heat up for about one minute.
Brush cut side of burger buns with melted butter and grill, buttered side down, until crisp and golden brown. Remove buns from grill, place one burger on each bun and garnish with tomato, lettuce and sliced onion, top with other bun.
Serve immediately with French fries or coleslaw and your favorite Napoleon® BBQ Sauce!