Found this recipe in "The Metro St. Louis Guide to Smart Parenting" as a kid-friendly healthy recipe. Very simple and very tasty! The sauce rEALLY makes the recipe! The soy and panko give a nice twist to the familiar boring tuna cakes of yesteryear. Can be used as a main dish or as an appetizer. NOTE: Due to the concensus of reviewers, I have decreased the original 1/4 cup soy sauce to 1.5 tablespoons.
Yes, it is one TABLESPOON of minced garlic! These are absolutely wonderful. Serve on a bun with teriyaki sauce.....
If freezing in advance, you might want to lessen the garlic just a little as the flavor intensifies. Unless you're like me and LOVE the taste!
These burgers have evolved over a very long time of trying different ingredients and techniques. They got the name "Bushka Burgers" a slang Russian name given to me by my Russian husband in my efforts to produce the perfect burger. They are moist, juicy and big on flavor. Serve them with your favorite burger garnishes and watch them disappear!
In the little southern town of Fayetteville, Tennessee, people come from all around to have these burgers. People who have grown up in the area but have moved away make special trips to get them. There are two different pool rooms on the square (Bill's Pool Room and Honey's). However, you can find these burgers at any greasy spoon in the Lincoln County area.
This is not your ordinary hamburger! If you like hamburgers and you love Gyro sandwiches, then you may enjoy this combination of those two ideas. Adapted from "365 Ways to Cook Hamburger." I borrowed this cookbook from a local library and copied out this tasty recipe. Purists beware - this is not pretending to be an authentic recipe from any particular culture, but is merely influenced by the flavors & style of Greek cuisine. Prep is about 15 minutes plus 2 hours chilling time. Cook time is a guess and varies based on how thik you make each patty - also, even though the original suggested 4 huge patties, you can certainly make smaller ones and just cook them for a little less time. You can broil these if you prefer.
The classic American cheeseburger is taken to new heights with this Tex-Mex version that includes jalapeño-laced Monterey Jack cheese. Mixing the cheese right in to the burger is the secret to keeping the burgers moist even when cooked through. The burgers do have a tendency to stick to the grill so be sure to oil the grate before cooking. This recipe was adapted from the king of the grill, Steven Raichlen. Beer Recommendations: The heat from the peppers and the richness of the cheese calls for a solid ESB with a hoppy aroma and slightly sweet & citrusy tang like Young’s Special London Ale. If you are searching for a beverage that is not quite so hoppy try a dark lager like Negra Modello for a smooth finish that is sure to please all.
I'm always looking for a good turkey/chicken burger and this is WONDERFUL. Juicy, full of flavor and not a bland thing about it. Serve with a yogurt cucumber sauce if you like. Works very well on the George Foreman.
Ground beef is mixed together with shredded Monterey Jack cheese, chopped onion and seasonings, grilled on the barbecue grill and served on a toasted sesame seed bun. Add toppings of your choice. Moist and delicious!
Got this off of all recipes. I add a little garlic because I pretty much do to everything! They are just amazing. Serve them at your next BBQ and I promise everyone will love them. Recipe can scaled down for a smaller crowd.