This burger is very moist and has a wonderful tang with the addition of the sauce.
For a different and famliar taste of fruit, try my sweet apple burger. My favorite meal is fried apples and hamburger.
Preparation Time: 25 minutes (15 minutes to prepare cabbage topping and 10 minutes to prepare patties)Cooking Time 10 minutes (10 minutes to cook patties and toast rolls)
The aromatic flavors of the Yucatan were introduced to me by Diana. I have put together ingredients and techniques that truly complement each other and put a new twist on the American burger.
When I think of France I think of delicious French onion soup, with the flavors of carmelized onions in a rich beef broth topped with a slice of French bread covered with melted cheese.
I like to use all local ingredients to keep the burgers fresh. There is nothing better than sitting out on the deck mid-autumn as the leaves are changing, with the cool crisp air on your face.
The Curacao Islands and Cholula Chili Lime hot sauce inspired me to create this delicious sliders. Curacao is an island in the southern Caribbean Sea, off the Venezuelan Coast.
The Fall Season, which is a wonderful but fleeting season in Florida
I love the taste of hickory smoke. Where there is good smoke, there is good BBQ. There is nothing like the smell of wood burning for hours in someone's backyard.
I spend a lot of time traveling for work overseas. I absolutely love to buy the spices from the country I am visiting and create some American favorites with my new International spices.
My husband is from the Middle East and we enjoy combining
and experimenting with spices from other cultures.
The most flavorful meat for a burger is ground chuck (20-25% fat), which tastes great due to its fat content.
During a trip to the Cayman Island's two years ago we tried jerk flavors for the first time.
I was born and raised in Indiana, which truly is the heartland of America. I’ve definitely tried to bring together a lot of great Indiana-based ingredients in this Big Ten burger.
Cool nights in the South can mean only one thing….it’s time for friends to gather, football to be watched, and good food to be eaten!
I entered the contest for the first time last year with a fairly complicated Indian-inspired burger with several exotic ingredients.
I created this recipe thinking of flavor balance. I wanted a burger that packed a lot of punch but also seemed light and refreshing. The grilled pineapple provides sweetness.