A great and easy way to add some flavor to your hamburgers!
The chopped cheese sandwich originated in New York City. It is not spicy and is traditionally made on a flat top grill. I do not have a flat top and also wanted to incorporate some heat so here is my not so traditional version.
A very delicious, authentic, and most importantly great clone of a Big Mac® from McDonald's®.
Tired of plain old 'burgers for summertime? Mix it up a bit by adding some classic Greek flavor: spinach, feta, roasted red pepper, and herbs...Yum! Serve these burgers on a warm toasted Kaiser roll, with a delicious feta cheese spread, fresh lettuce, and tomato.
This burger came to me in a daydream and I just happened to have enough ingredients to make it work. It is incredibly juicy and the flavors harmonize very well together. If you enjoy a good pub-style burger, this one's definitely for you! Add whatever condiments you prefer.
These are great cheeseburgers with a Chinese flair. I use Chinese-style mustard and serve them on some lightly buttered and toasted hamburger buns. Try substituting teriyaki sauce for the soy sauce, too!
These hamburgers combine ground beef with sun-dried tomatoes, blue cheese, Worcestershire sauce, and dry mustard. These are best on the grill for great flavor.