Quite likely to be the best hamburger you’ll ever try. Rib-eye steaks are ground and filled with a delicious morel mushroom and shallot filling, topped with melted Port Salut cheese, a wine and Dijon reduction, onion rings, then served in a toasted brioche bun.
This bacon cheeseburger has the bacon and cheese stuffed inside the patty. A little surprise for a great tasting burger. Don’t worry about hiding the filling away inside the burger, just make sure that the burgers are not too thick and that they are well packed. This recipe comes from Janis Novak.
This is sure to be one of the best gourmet burgers you’ll ever try. Large, well seasoned patties are grilled to perfection, placed onto toasted Ciabatta bread with melted cheese and topped with a delectable port wine spread. Definitely a great burger for any occasion.
This burger recipe is filled with delicious flavor. Not only do the patties have a Cajun flare, but there is also a mildly spiced barbecue sauce to accompany it. You can step up the heat any way you want on these. Try a thick slice of pepper jack cheese (I like the habanero variety) or a hot and spice barbecue sauce. If you make an extra messy burger try and extra hearty (and crunchy) bread for the bun.
Want the best of both worlds? How about a hamburger made with a bratwurst patty, topped with sauerkraut, mustard, and pickles. The best part is that this burger is as easy as any to make. These burgers have a unique flavor that is perfect for the person looking for more than that same old hamburger.
If you are looking for something a little different in a burger then this just might be the one for you. These tasty patties are dished up on thin sandwich buns, topped with a fried egg and a simple burger sauce
Lee Custer (a great cook and a great guy) sent in this recipe for burger patties loaded with intense flavor many (many, many) years ago and it has continued to be one of the most popular burger recipes around. The best way, I’ve found, to crumble a bouillon cube is with a kitchen mallet.