This swordfish burger with the popular Portuguese sweet roll is a great way to enjoy the wonderful fresh ocean taste making it a perfect local American burger, especially when paired with Sutter Ho
A trip to the Bahamas introduced us to Coconut fried shrimp. I try to avoid fried foods but loved the taste, so started experimenting with how to grill an entry that would taste similar.
After a trip to the Bahamas, we fell in love with coconut fried fish, but since I'm not happy frying foods, I've searched for a way to retain the taste but still grill the food.
These burgers are a healthy, delicious alternative and freeze extremely well!
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.
This burger is a take on the famous french salad which I love. I have used all the salad ingredients to make a wonderful burger. I hope you find my recipe as tasty as I do!
The inspiration for these burgers came from my love of Japanese cuisine, specifically miso soup and maki rolls.
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.
This is an interesting twist, on the ubiquitous, sophisticated classic sandwich.
This is not your average salmon burger.
This recipe brings me back to my childhood where it was lovingly compiled by a thrifty Mom trying to stretch her food dollars! It is rich in Omega fatty acids and delicious!
A fresh alternative to a burger!
A fun change for the grill using canned tuna.
These salmon patties are simple to make. The zinger is the Hurrican Bay Florida Spice Marinade.