This is my tribute to this culinary wonder on a bun, with a sweet and spicy green-curry glaze, a little nugget of salty pancetta, creamy minted basil aioli, the crunch of roasted cashews, and a tan
I had an entree of salmon with mashed potatoes at a restaurant near Evergreen, Colorado, and wanted to create a burger from the flavors in that dish.
Pen eats this for breakfast in the Philippines, as do I—greedily–every time I go there, every chance I get! We call it “sticky rice” and serve it with a mango sliced in half (discard the see
Using kimchi and other Korean ingredients, and topped with a quail egg, I believe these sliders represent the soul of Seoul!
This burger was inspired by my father-in-law and his memories of Korea, where he was stationed.
These sliders have been a fun addition to our summer luaus. Mahalo!
My dad was an avid duck/goose hunter.
My name is Sara or Mommy to my 3 year old daughter, who gave me the moo moo cow part of the name. My birthday is on Cinco De Mayo, so Mexican food is a favorite flavor of mine.
We are glad it's summer and grilling time again. These burgers are a favorite of my family - everyone volunteers to help prepare these hamburgers with their spicy festive flavor.
great big flavorful burger with zip & zing
This is my version of a great meat and salsa burger. I love all the flavors of salsa and think it works well inside this burger without all the mess on top.
Serve with potato chips, sweet tea & a large napkin, because they're juicy.
I lived on the Mexican border for about 9 years. Always being a creative cooker. The cooking tricks that I have learned down there took my cooking creativity to a whole other level.
This is an Asian-inspired burger centering around the bold flavors of ginger and cilantro.
I omitted the same old curry for these Indian-inspired burgers, and instead built layers of contrasting sweet and hot ingredients that have them fairly bursting with flavor.
Missouri is called the â€œShow-Me Stateâ€Â because midwesterners want to see something before they believe it. These delicious burgers will definitely make you a believer.
Yes, it's German, no it's not bratwurst! It's a Black Forest Cherry Burger.
This recipie is influenced by the tastes of Cuba and Miami. The ground pork patty is infused with the flavors of mojo, and the finished product is an homage to Cuban sandwiches.