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.
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 enjoy the flavors of many Asian dishes, so I tried to incorporate these flavors into a burger.
Anything made with chicken whether whole or ground is one of my favorite things to make and eat. A wild mushroom topping tops these burgers to give an appealing layer of texture and taste.
this burger was inspired by my late wife's love for French food, not in the name but in the ingredients themselves. Very classic for the French yet in the all American burger form.
My teenage daughter is a true lover of any type of Asian food. Recently she has decided that she prefers chicken and seafood to red meat.
This burger is a twist on the French classic Coq Au Vin. The blend of flavors from the chicken, wine, mushrooms and bacon is tres bien! Bon Appetit!
A combination of local ingredients, customs and loving where I live is why my alternative burger is a great local American burger.
I fell in love with chicken Marsala at a very young age. I also have a deep passion for Grilling and I needed a way to combine the two.
One of my favorite things in the world to eat is a rich beef stew, and nothing is better than traditional beef bourguignonne (except maybe Hungarian goulash...another burger adventure).
This recipe is an excellent idea starter; vary herb depending on season and taste. Then, use a different liquid for the soy sauce, depending on the herb used.
When it is too hot to cook inside but you still want a 'gourmet' meal this Chicken Cordon Bleu Burger meets all the family requirements.