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.
WOW a Bao Burger...with the flavours of Asian Cuisine coupled with an all=American burger! Light but satisfying...
This moist succulent burger showcases the flavours of Chinese Cantonese Cuisine...It could be called the Dim Sum Burger (small bites of love)...If Bao Buns are not available (it would take to long
One of our favorite Asian meals is Kung Pao Beef or Chicken. This flavorful burger mixes the elements of the Kung Pao flavors with a traditional American burger.
This burger is a little different. It's called the Burger Supreme because of the suprise inside of the Burger. Sausage and goat cheese crumbles are stuffed inside the patty.
Grilled patties with this blend of seasoned ingredients is thumbs up in my family.
Preparation: 15 minutes Cooking time:25 minutes
This burger is inspired by something I had at a restaurant once and a favorite tomato side dish recipe of my husband.
This is one bad burger! Hope you enjoy the flavor.
We love having old-fashioned burgers with ketchup and mayo, but it never hurts to spice it up a bit! This is a recipe I came up with because of my husband's love for wasabi.
I am a native of New Orleans, LA. I relocated to Georgia to retain employment with the railroad industry.
This savory burger with distinct flavors provided by the combination of the manchego cheese, southwest slaw, and the wonderful sangria sauce is a spicey sweet alterative to the hamburger as we know
Inspired by Spain's traditional ingredients, such as chorizo, olives, and manchego cheese, the combination results in one assertive, bold-flavored burger.
The Pineapple and Red Pepper provide different layers of sweetness to this burger. At the same time, the sweetness is offset by the peppery spices.
I was introduced to Chicken Tikka a few years ago at a wedding shower and fell in love with the flavorful combination of spices in the dish, which paired so well with the coolness of the yogurt sau
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 super juicy burger will melt in your mouth with the taste of spicy peppers and delicious meat. The super juicy burger will make you scream for water and make you taste buds dance for joy.
This burger captures the taste of a steak fajita without all the preparation of marinating the meat.