This Asian-inspired burger begins with chicken thighs marinated in a homemade teriyaki sauce before grinding and forming into a patty.
Italian food is one of my favorites, so in creating this recipe I worked toward getting a combination of flavors that would evoke memories of special meals in Italy.
With special consideration to the contest theme, I wanted to create a burger with flavors that would appeal to everyone. Second to burgers, who doesn't like meatballs and pasta sauce?
Whenever I am in a restaurant and see the Coconut Shrimp on the menu I order it.
South Omaha is a part of our city that came to be back in the 1800's thanks to an influx of Polish, Irish, Czech and Italian immigrants eager to make their livings in the growing meat packing indus
Louisville is a growing metro city planted in an agricultural region; because of this it has become a destination for immigrants and refugees seeking a prosperous new home.
The Midwest is the heartland of our country. We are known for our amazing agriculture. As a matter of fact, agriculture is the number one industry here in Ohio where I live.
Recently I've been experimenting with Central American cuisine, and discovered gallo pinto, a traditional rice and bean dish from Costa Rica.
I grew up on the island of Java, which is West of Bali. We had a huge mango tree in the front yard and several papaya trees in the back.
My husband's college roommate's ultra spicy tacos were a favorite of his. When I tasted them, I thought they'd make a great burger.
Our local green market has a local turkey farm stand that sells fresh ground turkey...Yum!
The sweet flavor from the pineapple relish and Gourmet Sauce combined with the spicy kick from the wasabi-horseradish cream sauce marry very well on the palate.
This Latin American inspired and flavored burger although appearing complicated is actually quite simple to make.