This burger is evocative of the sheperd pies loved by the British. And who doesn't love beef and mashed potatoes - topped with onions and mushrooms?
These burgers are rich, juicy and packed with an earthy umami flavor of beef, mushrooms, wine, and soy sauce with a wisp of smokiness from bacon.
Juicy, peppery beef burgers are stuffed with Pecorino Romano cheese and topped with earthy, rustic ketchup.
I incorporated all the ingredients and flavors of a great steakhouse meal.
I wanted to create a steakhouse-style burger with creamy steakhouse mushrooms and a rich, fruited wine sauce.
I love Steak au Poivre but it hurts in the pocketbook. You can treat yourself to this big, bold, velvet-like burger as much as you like.
Straight from the Sunflower State!
It has classic ingredients with a fun flare.
Springtime in Montana means two things: morel mushroom hunting in areas where fires recently burned through and cherry blossom season in the Flathead Valley.
These burgers are great local American burgers because they were inspired by a memorable meal my husband and I shared at a local, classic American chophouse - outstanding peppercorn-crusted beef co
My inspiration for this burger stems from my family's love of the wine drenched mushrooms I serve with steak.
I was watching an old cowboy movie on cable last night. The Chuck wagon cook was preparing dinner for the cowboyâ€™s and this recipe popped into my head.
Monterey is definitely one of my favorite areas of California, especially for eating. There is something pure about the food that Iâ€™ve had there.
I wanted to embrace the juiciness of a Juicy Lucy burger, but didn't want the cheese to be the star of the burger.
Preparation time: 10 minutes Total cooking time: 25-30 minutes