Preparation time: 10 minutes Total cooking time: 25-30 minutes
I like a juicy hamburger with lots of flavor. I also don't like one that falls apart when you go to pick it up and eat it. I've tried to solve both of those pet peeves in this recipe.
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?
These burgers are rich, juicy and packed with an earthy umami flavor of beef, mushrooms, wine, and soy sauce with a wisp of smokiness from bacon.
Our family's favorite winter meal, Coq au Vin was the inspiration for one of our new favorite summer burgers.
Juicy, peppery beef burgers are stuffed with Pecorino Romano cheese and topped with earthy, rustic ketchup.
I wanted to create a steakhouse-style burger with creamy steakhouse mushrooms and a rich, fruited wine sauce.
I incorporated all the ingredients and flavors of a great steakhouse meal.
I love Steak au Poivre but it hurts in the pocketbook. You can treat yourself to this big, bold, velvet-like burger as much as you like.
Straight from the Sunflower State!
It has classic ingredients with a fun flare.
Springtime in Montana means two things: morel mushroom hunting in areas where fires recently burned through and cherry blossom season in the Flathead Valley.
These burgers are great local American burgers because they were inspired by a memorable meal my husband and I shared at a local, classic American chophouse - outstanding peppercorn-crusted beef co
My inspiration for this burger stems from my family's love of the wine drenched mushrooms I serve with steak.
I was watching an old cowboy movie on cable last night. The Chuck wagon cook was preparing dinner for the cowboyâ€™s and this recipe popped into my head.