It's National Burger Month, and we find ourselves asking: what makes a burger a burger? Is it the bun? Or the patty? Must it be made with ground beef, or can it be any kind of ground meat or protein? It all depends on how you define "burger," which is truly an existential question for our modern foodie times. Before we get bogged down in a highbrow burger debate, let's do this the easy way: click through the gallery of burgers and cast your vote on which should be considered a true burger and which ones are undeserving of the title.
Happy Friday! If you're looking to start your long weekend with a delicious and summery meal, I've got you covered. All you have to do is make these quick turkey burgers! The ground turkey is seasoned with store-bought salsa verde and the patties are topped with spicy pepper jack cheese. Combine mashed avocado, minced garlic, and mayonnaise, and you've got a simple but flavorful aioli. Sound delish? Get the recipe now.
One can never have too many turkey burger recipes: they're simple, versatile, and crowd-pleasing. The secret ingredient in this variation is honey mustard. It not only flavors the patties, but when combined with mayonnaise, it makes for a creamy sauce that slathers the bun. Although the recipe tops the burgers with avocado and tomato slices, you could throw in a number of typical add-ons from caramelized red onions to Muenster cheese. Place this burger in your recipe collection when you read more
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Although one of her specialties is turkey burgers, lately DearSugar has been in a recipe rut. I decided to help her spice things up with this savory and scrumptious recipe.
Instead of being served on a bun, the burger gets placed inside a pita pocket. The meat is seasoned with tons of fresh herbs before being stuffed with salty feta cheese. Paired with red wine or a cold beer, this flavorful burger is far from boring. To experiment with the recipe, read more
For some strange reason, I don't like burgers, but I love sliders. A slider is a miniature burger so it is odd that I dislike one while enjoying the other. Yet, there is something so deliciously appealing about a bite-sized burger — especially when topped with melted cheese and slathered with spicy mustard like this version. A quick potato salad — made with oil and vinegar instead of mayonnaise — completes this satisfying meal. For the recipes, read more