My inspiration for this burger came from a stacked shrimp salad I had at a restaurant. I thought with the addition of bread it could become a great "stacked" burger.
We are displaced Seattle persons, living in Texas. While in the Northwest we enjoyed the fresh wild-caught salmon.
Haute Halibut Burgers By Orville Supplies: 2 cup water in spritzer bottle 1 cup peanut oil, for brushing on the grill rack, make brush from paper towel.
These burgers will bring the islands to your home. The delicate, yet zesty, flavor is combined with a garlic butter sauce and the crunch of buttery macadamia nuts and tangy coleslaw.
An any time any place burger. Especially good for the camp grounds. No need to keep your fish refrigerated. You can whip it together in minutes.
A fresh alternative to a burger!
Homemade teriyaki sauce marinates the ahi tuna before chopping and forming the tuna into patties.
The accidental use of rosemary when grilling salmon was the inspiration for this burger.
I discovered Fish Tacos in Ft. Lauderdale. They were so good I wanted to have them all the time.
Visions of a pulled pork sandwich, slathered with barbecue sauce and topped with coleslaw were racing through my mind as I thought about entering the Build a Better Burger contest.
These tasty (oishii) burgers have all the components of an island feast. Delicious!
The Northwest coast makes up part of the Pacific Rim so we therefore have many Asian influences that have become part of our culture now.
HEALTH OFFICIALS ADVISE EATING MORE FISH SO I DECIDED TO MAKE SOME GOOD EATING HALIBUT FISH CAKES USING SOME OF OUR FAVORITE INGREDIENTS.
I love the Pacific Northwest so I decided to create a burger that uses a lot of the great ingredients that the region has to offer. I use some cedar planks to smoke the rosemary-scented salmon.
My recipe includes two things that Washington State is known for - salmon and apples.