5 Mouthwatering Burger Recipes
As part of our Guide to Your Next Great Staycation series as we all #StayHome, we parsed the internet for the most mouth watering hamburger recipes. From Allrecipes.com to Epicurious, this collection of recipes is sure to delight your taste buds.
Best Hamburger Ever
A bold claim but with over 500+ positive reviews, this Allrecipes.com burger might just live up to its name. Featuring plenty of garlic and dry onion soup mix, this patty is next up on our grill!
This is the first burger I can eat without loading condiments on it. I followed the recipe minus the salt and rather than shredding the cheese, I cut it into cubes and stuffed it in the middle of the patty. It made the lean ground beef a bit juicier. Absolutely delicious. I will definitely be making these again and I can’t wait for next summer. This will be a fantastic recipe to make at the cottage! – Melissa Jane
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Juicy Steakhouse Burgers
“These are the ultimate steakhouse burgers. They are packed with flavor and reliably juicy, even when cooked to well done,” writes chef & cookbook author Jenn Segal on her blog, Once Upon A Chef.
Offering a visual play by play of how to craft the perfect (and juicy) steakhouse style burger, you’ll want to check out this burger when you’re looking for that fine dining taste at home.
Spiced Lamb Burger
Variety is the spice of life. The idiom, turns out, originated in William Cowper’s 1785 poem, The Task.
“Variety’s the very spice of life,
That gives it all its flavour.”
Seems appropriate given that this recipe from Epicurious would warrant its own anthology of poetry. Mix it up and consider other proteins other than beef, like this Spiced Lamb, when building your perfect burger.
Bacon and Kimchi Burgers
They had us at bacon but Food & Wine sold us with the inclusion of Kimchi. Don’t get caught up in all of the trappings of the ordinary burger toppings— like sticking to go-to lettuce, tomato and pickles. Rather, expand your palette of toppings to incorporate an international flair and wider range of garnishes.