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.
Spanish flavors come alive in these spicy, juicy, cheese coated burgers.
I like to eat heart healthy salmon several times a week and am always looking for different ways to make it.
When the words "Coney Island" are spoken, other words come to mind like "nostalgia", "amusement parks" and plain old "Americana". I wanted to make a burger evoking this era.
Fresh from the sea, a meaty fish that can take on any burger, fresh ingredients, light and clean tasteing.
Since Texas borders Mexico and the Hispanic population in Texas is estimated to be over 35 %, our state has developed a distinctive Tex Mex cuisine.
I have never been a big fish lover however when I moved to the Pacific Northwest I quickly learned that salmon was a very popular meal as it is so readily available here in the rivers.
Salmon has been a staple of Northwest cuisine throughout known history, as have blueberries, both wild and cultivated.
My husband lived in Alaska for 10 years, working there as a journalist, however we now live in Upstate NY.
My husband loves bagels and salmon. And he loves a great pastrami sandwich. Using the salty pastrami instead of bacon on a salmon burger married those flavors.
I was married in Maui and we spent our 10th anniversary in Ka' uai, so tropical flavors always remind me of these special times.
Was born in the Northwest where I loved to fish for and ea salmon. Now live on Padre Island where shrimp are plentiful year round.
My garden has been abundant with fresh basil this year, so I've been constantly imagining new ways to use my delicious crop.
The Pacific Northwest is known for its fresh, flavorful salmon and delicious berries. I have always enjoyed blueberries, and thought that they would complement the mild salmon flavor.
The love of ceasar salads and salmon together. Its the
only fish my husband will eat again and again. You
can fix salmon so many ways and never get tired of it.