Yes, We're not talking about topping your burger with a fried egg. That's old news. It's time to start cooking your egg in the center of the patty, so you can enjoy oozing yolk.
Slathering your burger in Teriyaki sauce will take it from boring to lip-smacking good in an instant! This recipe combines popular Asian stir-fry sauce with other yummy.
Australians are known for their good-natured rowdiness. So why not make a rowdy burger in the style of the land down under?
When you want to take a break from processed American cheese slices (although they have excellent melting properties), go for a crumbly goat cheese instead.
Opt instead for these incredible cheeseburger bombs, made with a can of Pillsbury biscuits stuffed with ground beef,cheese. Serve with sliced gherkins as a tangy garnish.
Can't decide between a burger or a salad? This recipe for a Caprese Burger is perfect compromise. Stacked up high with artichoke pesto sauce, red wine-spiked beef patties.
For refreshing change from the classic American formula, try adding Mediterranean flavors to your burger with pine nuts, sun-dried tomatoes and homemade Tzatziki sauce.
If you don't like making a big fancy gourmet burger, turn to patty melt. Buttery beef patties sandwiched with melted cheese,caramelized onion between buttered slices of rye bread.
Sometimes all you need to do for inspiration is look to different regional specialties. Fried green tomatoes are a distinctly southern food that add an interesting.
If you like your burgers spicy, adding in a bit of fresh chorizo to the patty mixture adds instant zing and extra flavor.