This burger combines the sweetness of peaches and the nuttiness of pecans, with many other wonderfully aromatic and tasty spices, to give it its unique flavor.
A sweet and tangy burger with a punch.
My name is Marybeth, I live in Brick, NJ. I am a hard-working stay at home Mom with four children. I have three lovely girls 9, 6, 2 and a boy 8 years of age. Cooking is my salvation.
Enjoy these spicy burgers with a cool, crisp glass of Sutter Home White Zinfandel. The perfect combination of spicy and sweet to excite the taste buds!
I was inspired to make this burger after watching Tyler’s Ultimate on the Food Network where he suggested using freshly ground brisket instead of the traditional ground round or sirloin.
This is version # 2 of my Garam Masala Burger. This version has dry bread crumbs and pepper jack cheese. Version # 1 has couscous & feta cheese. Both versions are loaded with flavor.
I developed this burger as an alternative to the usual. I like to visit tropical places and when I make these burgers it reminds me of paradise.
This burger combines red hot pepper flakes and cocoa with a creamy center and flavorful cheese topping.
A delicious burger with tang and heft.
Tropical Burgers with a Chipotle Mango Glaze A delicious twist on the standard burger!
Flavorful, sweet and spicy, this hamburger combines Asian influences, red cabbage and apples to create a unique flavor combination unlike any other hamburger.
One of my favorite ways to grill beef is with rosemary andgarlic - a wonderful combination. Add some tropical flavors and it's even better. That is the inspiration for this recipe.
This recipe was inspired by one of my favorite Mexican dishes- a barbacoa burrito.
The marinade for the recipe was modified from a marinade for chicken. We happened to have some left over one day and we decided to ad it to our burgers.
Inspired by a tasty Miso glazed salmon and my love for all things Hawaiian, this burger truly is a fusion of Japanese, Hawaiian and Texan.
This burger is my version of an Asian-inspired, grilled pineapple burger my husband loved on vacation in Hawaii.
A unique island â€œtwistâ€ on the standard burger, bringing together spicy and sweet flavors. A great summer burger to enjoy with an easy-going bottle of Sutter Home White Zinfandel!
I began by creating a burger that used some of Wisconsin's famous products: cheese and sausage/bacon.
Created by a college student, the number 241 represents the apartment number of the creator when the burger was created.
This is something that I used to try to get my kids to eat more vegatables. They seemed to like it.
i hope you do as well.