These burgers are reminiscent of the wonderful Paellas of Spain and the Brava (Bold) Sauce gives them a little kick! The paprika in the chorizo imparts a beautiful saffron color to the rice.
One of my favorite places to buy ingredients is the Philadelphia Italian Market. It is on 9th street in Philadelphia.
My name is Carolyn and I was born & raised in deep south Texas. Brownsville is a city diverse in the Mexican culture bordered by the Rio Grande River and the Gulf of Mexico.
Ginger-infused beef burgers with a cool, fresh slaw with a fiery bite.
The flavors of my favorite "tacos al pastor" were the inspiration for this burger. The combination of smokey chipotle peppers, sweet pineapple and a hint of corn make these burgers irrisistable.
A taste of the Carribean so fresh and flavorful that you feel you are at some exotic beach soaking up the sun. At least that is how we feel when I make these tasty, juicy burgers.
My One Night in Bangkok Burger is inspired by a favorite Thai dish called Laab Gai.
My family and friends rave about my meatballs and sauce. When I read about your contest, it clicked in my mind to take the wonderful flavors of "Sunday Pasta Dinner" and turn them into a burger!
This hamburger is sure to be a crowd pleaser. This combination patty is prepared with hamburger and toppings cooked together.
I have to admit I did not not how to grill anything until I entered two recipes in last year's Build a Better Burger contest.
Tastes of the Caribbean are so alluring. Bring the exotic flavors of the islands to your home with this fresh and spicy tasting burger.
This recipe is fabulous as an introduction into the fall season. We enjoy grilling as a family right up until Old Man Winter Sets in.
A spicy and citrusy take on the Carne Asada taco.
This is a true alternative burger deliciously made with fresh ingredients and no meat.
I happened to just come into making this burger by putting things together and seeing what goes best with certain ingredients and that is how The Ultimate Burger Beauty came about.
My son thought Hulk would be an appropriate name for this burger since the raw ingrediants look very green.
These hamburgers dovetail well with Sutter Home Pinot Grigio.
This burger is inspired by the national dish of Spain.