This recipe includes 25 ingredients of which 9 are repeat ingredients. The actual total, not counting repeats, meets the 16 maximum ingredients.
A unique South west flavor shrimp burger with a refreshing slaw topping
I have to admit I did not not how to grill anything until I entered two recipes in last year's Build a Better Burger contest.
Tastes of the Caribbean are so alluring. Bring the exotic flavors of the islands to your home with this fresh and spicy tasting burger.
I choose to make a different kind of burger, because by the end of June I am sick of hamburgers and hotdogs already! This burger is different and exciting!
Here is a new spin on a traditional southern sandwich. The Po’Boy moves up in the world with the addition of gourmet ingredients and a tangy alligator spread.
These burgers are juicy and delicious with a taste of the tropics.
I grew up in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, on the Mississippi Gulf Coast where shrimp (at least then) was king.
This burger was created with my absolute love for crawfish and crab. When I was growing up my large family would have great crawfish boil parties in our backyard.
The ingredients that make up this burger are directly related to my home where I grew up in Massachusetts. Seafood abounds everywhere.
Why this is a great local burger? Because New England has the freshest of lobster, corn on the cob, and cob smoked meats, all ingredients needed for this special burger.
This burger takes the ordinary out of burgers and makes an extrodinary taste. It compliments a nice red wine and has a way of dressing up a backyard cookout!
Why this is a great local burger:
In the Chesapeake Bay area, we put blue crab meat on or in just about everything we eat. This recipe really showcases the delicious food my region has to offer.
When you think Maryland, you gotta think crabs. And when I think of the best place to get some delicious crab, I think of the Chesapeake Bay.
This is a great American burger because most Americans love shellfish.
This shrimp, crab & sausage alternative burger gives you a burst of flavors from the gulf coast with a surprise element of flavor from the sausage that you are not expecting.
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