This burger exemplifies New Mexican cuisine at it's finest, using traditional Southwest ingredients like red chile and piñon pine nuts.
I came up with the name of this burger due to the bold combination of pineapples and jalapenos. This sweet-hot burger is truly a treat for the tastebuds.
This burger is based on a favorite dish of our Cuban family called "Niño Para la Escuela" which means "Little Boy Going to School".
A 100% beef burger infused with jerk seasoning and topped with tamarind aioli, caramelized plantains, and mustard greens served on a grilled onion roll smeared with toasted coconut butter.
As a liveaboard sailor, who loves a good hamburger, I built this burger to honor the German and Russian sailors who brought the hamburger to American shores in the 19th century.
Raising the Roof Burger is a unique burger that is slightly spicy. That is why it is called it is "Raising the Roof". It is created to resemble a hot tamale, however it is a burger.
This is a great burger that has both a sweet and tangy flavor and is easy to prepare.
This is such fun to serve and so easy to prepare. When bringing the "bowls" to the table it just looks like bread.
I believe you can never have enough pepper. It is the one thing I put on just about everything.
Hello, Thank you the opportunity to enter the Build a Better Burger contest. This recipe was inspired by my sesame slaw. Everyone loves it so I thought I would incorporate it in my burger recipe.
This is not for the faint of heart or stomach. My husband and I both love hot and spicy and this is both! It is made from fresh ingredients and is very flavorful and full of color. Thanks!
While i am not from the southwest, it is my favorite flavor profile. I created this recipe using some of my favorite combinations - sweet and spicy.
These tasty burgers are a winner with people of all ages - combining the classic flavors of apples, creamy Jack cheese, and a caramelized sweet onions.
A nice change of pace for a luau or tiki party!
This recipe combines traditional Jamaican flavors with the Great American Hamburger Cookout. The result makes for sizzling summer cuisine.
A light touch of Asia in this easy-to-build burger. Not too spicy, not too plain, with a bit of crunch.
In this burger I have added a favorite meat of mine growing up in Texas, calves liver.
It brings together some very traditional tropical flavors in a unique way and adds a nice kick.
Living in the Keys was a wonderful time for us.