Preparation time: 10 minutes Total cooking time: 25-30 minutes
Beef burgers get the â€œItalian bootâ€Â from spicy hot Italian sausage and fresh basil.
The Bella Burger is an Italian-style burger with NO portabella mushrooms as the name would imply. The burger is its namesake... Bella, beautiful.
This is a great burger to serve on a crusty roll. All condements go well with it. You can experiment with the grated cheese-Parmesan works best.
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The Sassy Southern Burger is a staple in our home. In Georgia we grill out alot and the burger has to have alot of flavor. This one catches attention.
This burger was created out of frustration of wanting something different aside from the average run of the mill hamburger.
This is the best darn burger ever!!
This easy combo of ingredients satisfies a craving for gyros with yogurt sauce! Delish!
Living in Seattle, Washington, we don't have too many sunny days for us to Barbeque.
This is a wonderful bacon, zucchini, and swiss cheese stuffed burger with the sweet wine mixture
This Tuscan inspired burger is packed with so many great flavors it is just begging to be eaten.
Don't let the name fool you, this isn't just any run-of-the-mill burger. The garlic and Worcestershire sauce really keep the meat nice a juicy while adding just a bit of kick.
Beef Burger, slightly spicy with lots of tomato and cheese
I don't even like beef, but I love these burgers.. and so do all of my friends. Very simple and easy to do.
I came up with this burger when I saw your ad in the magazine. I love the sweetness of pineapples and teriyaki sauce, and the mild spicyness of ortega chiles.
I had these burgers at my uncle's house and just had to have the recipe. They are delicious! The reason for the word killer should be explained in the ingredients!
These burgers offer a taste of Mexico with a combination of fresh and ready to use ingredients. The avocado mixed in the burger keeps them moist and juicy.
A classic New England Burger that goes great with a good Boston Ale to wash it down.