Preparation Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 14 - 17 minutes Serves: 6
This burger, which is a variation of the pimento cheese burgers found in the South, is messy and delicious!
Occasionally it's just nice to have a good, old, "normal" burger.
(I JUST sent this recipe, turned around and realized I had listed the tomato before the lettuce in my ingredients list, but in assembly listed the lettuce first.
Really the reason that I have done this recipe was the fact that I watched this on the food network and thought it would be fun to try. And I thought what it could hurt to try.
This burger is evocative of the sheperd pies loved by the British. And who doesn't love beef and mashed potatoes - topped with onions and mushrooms?
This hamburger is sure to be a crowd pleaser. This combination patty is prepared with hamburger and toppings cooked together.
Southern secrets are revealed in this delicious hamburger sensation!
Hi, my name is Freddy. I live in San Antonio, Texas and work as a Systems Technician. I am 28 years old and married to my better half three years ago (Rosella).
This burger is the poor-man's version of the the expensive dish, but pity the poor rich fella who never tries it!
This is such fun to serve and so easy to prepare. When bringing the "bowls" to the table it just looks like bread.
This recipe combines the great taste of a Beef Wellington with the approachability of a hamburger. This Sir Wellington Burger got rave reviews at a dinner party last week.
A mouth watering experience, if you can get your teeth into it!
This is my own original recipe for a burger with a Texas flair. I have a small burger restaurant outside the San Antonio area and I've been in business for about one year.