The layering of flavors and textures work together to build this outstanding burger that will take you and your family and friends on an island adventure. Aloha!
I developed this recipe from a pork tenderloin marinade I used and loved. The salsa is my own addition, to help temper the heat of the patty.
I wanted to create a burger that uses the best ingredients from the whole Iberian peninsula, which includes both Spain and Portugal.
The Houston area is a very diverse community with people from all walks of life. Texans just love to eat and eat big.
With the huge Asian influx in the Seattle area, I grew up eating all kinds of ethnic foods. This Pad Thai like burger is a combination of flavors that really epitomize the area I grew up in.
I live in Fort Collins, a town along the northern front range of Colorado. Ft. Collins has long been known as a farm and ranch town, but it has a strong Hispanic presence as well.
it's all american burger one b/c it's diffrent who wants the same type of burger over and over. It has a puerto rican flare to it and it's tasty!
I moved just a little north of Miami some 4 years ago and was struck by not only the diversity of cultures but the delicious Spanish foods.
I love jerk seasonings and Caribbean flavors in general.
I love Mexican food and this recipe was inspired by one of my favorite Mexican dishes- carnitas.
I live in Austin, TX and "Tacos Al Pastor" is a common choice on tex-mex menus around here. I love the combo of the delicious pork with chili peppers, pineapple and cilantro.
This burger takes a plunge into the brilliant world of Pacific Rim flavors. The vibrant colors, tastes, and textures whisk you away to a state of burger bliss!