A sweet and tangy burger with a punch.
Enjoy these spicy burgers with a cool, crisp glass of Sutter Home White Zinfandel. The perfect combination of spicy and sweet to excite the taste buds!
This is version # 2 of my Garam Masala Burger. This version has dry bread crumbs and pepper jack cheese. Version # 1 has couscous & feta cheese. Both versions are loaded with flavor.
This burger combines red hot pepper flakes and cocoa with a creamy center and flavorful cheese topping.
A delicious burger with tang and heft.
Flavorful, sweet and spicy, this hamburger combines Asian influences, red cabbage and apples to create a unique flavor combination unlike any other hamburger.
One of my favorite ways to grill beef is with rosemary andgarlic - a wonderful combination. Add some tropical flavors and it's even better. That is the inspiration for this recipe.
This recipe was inspired by one of my favorite Mexican dishes- a barbacoa burrito.
This burger is my version of an Asian-inspired, grilled pineapple burger my husband loved on vacation in Hawaii.
I began by creating a burger that used some of Wisconsin's famous products: cheese and sausage/bacon.
Created by a college student, the number 241 represents the apartment number of the creator when the burger was created.
This is something that I used to try to get my kids to eat more vegatables. They seemed to like it.
i hope you do as well.
Sloppy Joes are a staple in our school cafeterias. This burger allows adults to enjoy the flavor from childhood without the mess.
In my fusion burger, I use the flavors of Arizona and Hawaii. The use of spicy mayo sauce, cilantro, haiwaiian honey mustard and jalapeno glazed pineapple make this a special burger.
My many years spent as an artist and art teacher inspired the creation of this burger which blends the sweet and savory flavors of French cuisine.
This is my version of "Hawaiian Pizza" in a burger.
The Korean Gochujang Sauce and the Korean Cuisine has inspired me to create these delicious sliders.
America's great steakhouses with a fusion of Latin-inspired ingredients.