My name is Crystal and I always loved cooking and feeding my friends and family. I try to watch cooking competitions all the time. I love to create and try new ways to re-invent old favorites.
Here is an alterative to the beef hamburger with turkey. My daughter says it is the best burger she has ever eaten. This recipe doesn't cost very much money and it is so good.
The idea behind this burger was to create a healthy burger made with ground turkey breast that wasn't dry or lacking of flavor.
Reminiscent of my favorite flavors of autumn, this burger blends the sweet goodness of cranberries, apples and Sutter Home White Zinfandel Wine along with aromatic cloves and cinnamon and a surpris
Hope you like it too!
Because I enjoy sausage and waffles w/ maple syrup for breakfast/brunch, I thought the same concept would be great for meals eaten later on in the day (i.e., chicken & waffles offered as menu e
This is a recipe I came up with after giving up red meat, and getting sick of your plain old dry Turkey Burger. It's a bit spicy, so it's not for those who like a bland burger!
My Mom was from Virginia and she loved remoulade. As a tribute to her, this burger was created.
The Sweet and Spicy Turkey Burger with provolone cheese and a spicy garlic and horseradish sauce. Which is placed on a Hawaiian sweet roll.
A heart-healthy alternative to a beef burger that's full of flavor and unique with Indian spices. Raita topping is a nice compliment to the spicy burger.
Hello, Thank you for the opportunity to enter the Build a Better Burger contest. I am always looking for that perfect flavor combination when using ground turkey.
This recipe created to incorporate some of the freshest ingredients found in the produce section of my local grocery store. It is both healthy and full of flavor.
This burger has the ingredients of the quintessential American holiday with a Mediterranean twist.
I love to make up recipes and thought up a cilantro turkey burger for my boyfriend when I thought of entering this contest. The whole combination just grew from there.
It is a healthy, tasty easy to make burger that is colorfful.
My inspiration for this burger came from my friendship with Farhana, a woman who lived in Oklahoma but grew up in Bangladesh. She and her husband owned a local market in our town.
Because you can make it with minimal prep, minimal mess, minimal fuss, and it comes out practically the same every time!
This hamburger appeals to people of all ages and all tastes. It can be zippy and spicy or sweet.