I wanted to make a burger that was a little different. It seems most burgers are spicy or cheesy. Why not something sweet? So, I tried this...
Hello, I am one of many foodies around the country whose daily existance thrives on experimenting with multiple food combinations. Here is one recipie I never tire of.
Celebrating the fresh produce available at country roadside stands, this vegetable-filled burger is the perfect summer recipe.
Preparation Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 14 - 17 minutes Serves: 6
This recipe is submitted using a slightly rare ingredient. Although an internet website is provided for its procurement.
My family is of German descent and since the hamburger was originally made in Hamburg Germany, I thought I would combine some of my family’s favorite flavors.
This recipe is for 6 burgers.
The spicy serrano chiles are balanced with the sweetness of jicama and roasted corn salsa for burgers with a southwest flair.
Tired of your favorite toppings squirting out of the bun and burger and into your lap?
Fast and easy to prepare, this combination of flavors will leave your mouth wanting a second burger!
This burger exemplifies New Mexican cuisine at it's finest, using traditional Southwest ingredients like red chile and piñon pine nuts.
This burger showcases traditional Southwest cuisine with the star ingredient being our world-famous hatch green chile.
Occasionally it's just nice to have a good, old, "normal" burger.
(I JUST sent this recipe, turned around and realized I had listed the tomato before the lettuce in my ingredients list, but in assembly listed the lettuce first.
The idea for this recipe came from my favorite vietnamese candy which is translated as sweetened hot mango slice which consists of dried mango, chili, and sugar.
This burger was inspired by my mother and her love for great food and wine. Pre heat your grill to med-high.
A Southern imagination created this delicious burger temptation!