These tangy Mediterranean-style burgers make a savory summertime dinner when served with a light cucumber and tomato salad, and your favorite Sutter Home wine.
My husband was the inspiration for this burger. He loves Mexican and Southwest cooking in addition to steak and burgers.
This recipe came about after accidentally buying a bottle of garam masala one day. Having never used it before, I decided to do a little experimenting, and thus, this recipe was born.
The following creation is an attempt to make a Beefy, Cheesy rich tasting burger with a kick to it. In the south we dont like alot of fancy ingrediants we just like a big beefy rich burger.
I love the tastes of the Carribean. The rich flavor of sofrito a wonderful blend of peppers, cilantro, onions and garlic gives this burger an earthy Latin flavor.
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 asian seasoned burger was inspired by my husband's favorite stir fry recipe. The combination of ingredients along with the American classic burger make it irresistable.
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.
The combination of sirloin and chuck bring a nice beefy balance to my steak-like burger creation.
A unique island â€œtwistâ€ on the standard burger, bringing together spicy and sweet flavors. A great summer burger to enjoy with an easy-going bottle of Sutter Home White Zinfandel!
In Nebraska, we call ourselves the Cornhusker state, not only because corn is our
number one crop, but also because we are proud of our statewide obsession with
Fondue has been revived in this area and one of my favorite fondues is a crab and cheese fondue. So why not center this in a burger and have the best of two worlds.
This is something that I used to try to get my kids to eat more vegatables. They seemed to like it.
i hope you do as well.
New Mexico is known for its green chilies, as common on the table in that state as ketchup and mustard is everywhere else.