This is a taste of Thai you can create on a grill.
I came up with this recipe while mimicking a recipe for Chicken Marsala. The patties were tender and juicy and the Chenin Blanc gave it an exceptional flavor.
Take a trip to the mediterranean with the italian flavors that permeate this burger.
I like to use toasted sesame oil in place of pure sesame oil, but it's not available in most grocery stores. Cover patties if the grill doesn't have a lid that closes.
Crunchy and creamy textures are melded with sweet and spicy flavors for a combination that will tantilize -- and satisfy -- your palate.
When we adopted our son from Ethiopia, I wanted to incorporate some of the traditional flavors into my cooking as a celebration of his culture.
I love Chicken Marsala with spinach. The idea of turning traditional dishes into burgers is always exciting. Burgers that can be paired with wine are even better.
I was introduced to Chicken Tikka a few years ago at a wedding shower and fell in love with the flavorful combination of spices in the dish, which paired so well with the coolness of the yogurt sau
My husband and I enjoy grilling burgers often and were tired of the same old thing. In an attempt to "spice up" our dinner time I began to experiment with various meats and ingredients.
My One Night in Bangkok Burger is inspired by a favorite Thai dish called Laab Gai.
Resham is the punjabi and urdu word for silk. This is a burger made out of chicken. It is cooked and marinated in the north indian style known as Mughlai.
I enjoy the flavors of many Asian dishes, so I tried to incorporate these flavors into a burger.
This is alternative hamburger recipe.I used chicken breast and bacon grounded together because chicken breast only is a very dry meat.I used a standard outdoor charcoal grill.
This recipe is fabulous as an introduction into the fall season. We enjoy grilling as a family right up until Old Man Winter Sets in.
This burger is designed after the classic Ceasar salad. The burger contains, and is topped with ceasar dressing.
Inspired by Indian barbecued chicken, I developed this spicy chicken burger and added a cooling raita to serve as both topping and sauce.
The nutty, savory flavor of the Pacific Northwest comes through in this heart healthy taste sensation.