I wanted to make a burger that was a little different. It seems most burgers are spicy or cheesy. Why not something sweet? So, I tried this...
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(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.
British Pub Burgers on Toasted Crumpets with Streaky Bacon, Blue Stilton and Coronation Slaw. A few months ago, my husband and I rented a cottage in the Cotswolds.
I enjoy grilling outside and trying different combinations. I was doing kabobs one day and thought this would be good a good hamburger. So we tried it and liked it. I hope you enjoy it also.
My name is Maria. I love to cook and test different kinds of recipes. I am 53 years old and I intend to go to a cooking school to enlarge my knowlege about Culinary Arts.
This is alternative hamburger recipe.I used chicken breast and bacon grounded together because chicken breast only is a very dry meat.I used a standard outdoor charcoal grill.
I was inspired to make the Southwestern Turkey Bacon Club Burger with Honey Dijon Mayonnaise, because I wanted a healthy alternative to a regular beef burger.
This recipe is adapted from an old French Pate recipe I've had for years. My family loves the burgers much more than they ever liked the pate. I hope you like them as well.
This recipe was inspired by a family favorite spinach salad recipe. I so enjoy a bowl along side a sandwich. This is a meal within itself.
A delicious burger with tang and heft.
This Burger idea came to my wife and me as we were working our little garden and talking about a burger for dinner one night.
This is a burger my whole family loves. They love the smoky taste of the peppers mixed with the sweet taste of the plum salsa.
This recipe incorporates some flavorful southwestern spices with good old American favorites to make a simple, easy to make, festive burger.
This recipe was inspired by one of my favorite Mexican dishes- a barbacoa burrito.