Bacon-Wrapped Hamburgers Recipe
My husband makes the best burgers. They are never the same but always delicious. He was kind enough to write down the recipe for this one! Portobello Mushroom merinade:1/4 cup pineapple juice2 tsp onion powder1 tsp garlic powder1 tsp saltDirections: Combine the onion powder, garlic powder, and salt with the pineapple juice. Clean the mushrooms with a damp cloth then cut off the stems of the mushrooms and place upside down on a flat surface Pour the mixture over the mushrooms and let them marinade for at least 2 hours. Hamburger
In a skillet, cook beef, green pepper and onion over medium heat until meat is no longer pink; drain. Stir in the tomato sauce, ketchup, Parmesan cheese, 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder, fennel seed and oregano. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 20 minutes. In a bowl, combine butter, paprika and remaining garlic powder; mix well. Brush over cut sides of rolls. Baked Sloppy Joes Recipe
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Bacon Swiss Burgers with Tomato and Avocado Recipe at Epicurious photo by Ben Fink yield Serves 4 A bacon Swiss burger embellished with ripe tomato and avocado: delectable! In this burger, I've spiced up the meat with thyme and Worcestershire sauce, which hint at the Mediterranean and at the steak house. In this case, a soft white bun is the best choice—any other type of bun and the burger might become too huge to eat.
The thing I love about making my own burgers is adding spices and flavors, making the overall flavor profile more exciting than just a regular ol' burger. I really don't understand when people take a package of ground beef and without adding anything, shape them into burger patties. There is SO MUCH more flavor to be had in your burgers! This Jamie Oliver recipe jumped off the page at me with the addition of cumin, coriander, mustard and Parmesan added into the mix. I love the subtle lemony notes of coriander and the smooth smokiness of cumin. Cookbook Review Recipe - The Ultimate Burger and Chips
How to Make Perfect Uniform Hamburger Patties | Savory Sweet Lif Have you ever walked by the butcher case at your local grocery store and noticed how perfectly uniform the hamburgers they sell are? I have. A few months ago my sister and I were walking through Whole Foods and there was a man forming hamburger patties in this thingamajig in the meat department. As I watched him for a few seconds I found a sudden urge to know exactly what that thing was he was using.
Craving a hamburger? I was - it's a great way to kick-off the summer grilling season, perhaps only second to some ribs. But after I stumbled upon TopChef season four contestant Spike Mendelsohn's first cookbook, The Good Stuff Cookbook, I found myself not only craving a hamburger but also fries and a milkshake (oink oink!). Now, I admit this food is not necessarily good for you, but everyone has to live once in a while, right? And this food is a great way to do it because Spike's Good Stuff Cookbook is literally filled with lots of good stuff. Craving Good Stuff
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Shepherd’s Pie…it might be my all-time favorite comfort food, and I never get tired of making it. I am very particular about the kind of shepherd’s pie that I like, though, and that all dates back to my days right out of college, living with my dear friend C in the world’s smallest studio apartment on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Ah, that apartment — it had exposed brick walls that got red-hot in the winter (why? we didn’t know and were afraid to ask), the world’s dinkiest, oldest refrigerator, and a reclusive next door neighbor named Bruce who was straight out of a Seinfeld episode. We made a combined salary of about $25,000 per year, and probably spent $20,000 of it on rent for this glorious pad, and so our nights out on the town were few and far between, and divided between what is STILL the best pizza place I have ever been to and this Irish joint called Finnegan’s Wake. Shepherd's Pie