Preparation time: 10 minutes Total cooking time: 25-30 minutes
Sweet &Saucy, melt in your mouth burger!
This is an awesome hamburger that I created for my family. It is full of flavor, it is easy to make, and always delicious.
If you like Beef Bourgogne, you love this burger...and using "Sutter Home" Merlot makes it the Best Burger!
Hello, In my home country we made the greek style "kifteles", that we called burgers. First time I was introduced to a real burger I got hooked.
We wanted to create a burger that would be great for outdoor entertaining, a little out of the ordinary and would go well with wine and friends. This is the fantastic result.
My name is Barb. My friends know me as Duchess, so i decided to take a recipe fit for a king and give it the royal name. I am married to the same wonderful man, my prince charming, for 44 yrs.
I`m recently retired from everything it seems--kids gone and on their own, all five of them and now retired from work after 21 yrs as a sales rep for 3 diferent companies.
This is a combination of when I was a teenager and used wine to cook a hamburger and my love for swiss cheese burgers with Mushrooms..
Our favorite local Italian restaurant makes a killer Veal Saltimbocca dish.
This burger was created while under the stress of my wife and her outragous pregnant mood swings. When she told me that she wanted a burger I naturally said "From where?".
My wife loves the Veal Saltimbocca dish served at our local Italian restaurant.
I put this combination together one day to spice up our normal burgers. WOW! What a hit it was with my family and friends.
I created this recipe for my husband who loves French cusine. I began by developing the au poivre patty and then added ingredients I thought would compliment the burger and keep it's French flair.
This has been in my family as long as I can remember. It has always been a favorite at anytime. We serve like a meal or casual. There is nothing better than the memories it brings to table.
Everybody loves pizza. Everybody loves burgers. Here we have the best of both worlds with a Middle Eastern pita bread twist instead of the usual bun.
This burger combines common items to make an exceptional taste with little trouble in preparation
Ever since I was a kid I hated meatloaf, so I created this delicious recipe that puts a modern spin on the old American favorite.