I created this burger as an alternative to beef. Since we live in Texas, I incorporated some of the Southwest flavors of this fine state.
I wanted to make an alternative burger that was an alternative to meat. I'm not a vegetarian, but I enjoy vegetarian food. This is a good burger to make if you have vegetarian friends.
This recipe came out of my passion for the Burger. And my even bigger passion for trying to make a new, exciting and delicious burger.
I really enjoy fruit chutneys with pork tenderloin. When I heard about this contest, I decided to see if I could put the chutney inside a burger.
This recipe combines traditional Jamaican flavors with the Great American Hamburger Cookout. The result makes for sizzling summer cuisine.
These hot burgers will heat up any summertime barbeque party. The grilled red and yellow peppers will brighten any meal and blend well with the spicy sauce.
I grew up in upstate Ny and never considered Italian as ethnic until I moved away. Italian food was a staple, and most of the rest's there were Italian too.
Burgers at our cottage during the summer for the past several years we have started a tradition. Once a week I make a different burger and we get together and enjoy them with some wine and beer.
My Island Teriyaki Jamaican Jerk Beef Sliders celebrates the collaboration of American beef burger and the bold and flamboyant flavors of Jamaica.
My Island Teriyaki Jamaican Jerk Sliders celebrates the collaboration of American chicken sandwich and the bold and flamboyant flavors of Jamaica.
My inspiration to make this burger is my huge love for my homemade chili.
Indiana summer squash! I have been given a lot of summer squash this summer!