My inspiration of this chicken burger was from a friend who does not like regular beef hamburger but still craves for a grilled burger.
These burgers are full of bold flavor and are a great alternative to beef. Taste great when paired with Sutter Home Chardonnay!
These burgers are good for those watching their weight, by being low in fat and have great ingredients that make them taste good too.
I came up with this recipe when I discovered Greek Yogurt, a thick, creamy, delicious yogurt.
I really had fun designing this burger and experimenting with different ingredients. It encorporated many of the foods that my family likes, but with a twist.
This Arabian take-out sandwich is savoured just as easily off the grill as it is street-side in the Arab World. Tender and moist.
I like to use a mixture of white and dark ground chicken, it keeps the burger moist. The grilled lettuce and lemon aioli add a great dimension of flavor for your palette.
this burger is simple for everyday cooking. we eat this burger as a family, with chips or fries.
This variation on buffalo wings--with a cool yet spicy flavor--with blue cheese in the middle and as a flavorful addition to the toasted bun--will send your tastebuds soaring.
This is a very simple burger and great alternative to beef. The roasted red peppers and oregano give it a just enough zing.
This is a fun way to present a new twist on an old classic, and grilling the lettuce makes it even more interesting!
My love of Thai food, especially Chicken Satay, inspired me to create this recipe.
I came up with this recipe because we love garlic at our house, and it's made with chicken breast meat which is lower in fat. Hope you like it as well as my family & friends!
This burger is a combination of two all-time party favorites - the burger and the classic spinach dip.
The beautiful, bold colors and Italian flavors of this burger are a feast for the senses. Take a bite, close your eyes, and enjoy a mini-vacation in the sunny Tuscan countryside.
One of my favorite marinades for grilled chicken is lemon, garlic and mayonnaise. It's simple and easy. So I incorporated those ingredients into a burger one day, and voila!
This burger came about from variations I was using on a turkey patty melt , I decided to try it with fresh ground chicken off the grill and it came out incredible.
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.
I came up with the recipe for my chicken caper burgers when I was trying to find a healthy and interesting alternative to the usual cheeseburger.