Here's a great recipe for a burger to wow the tailgating crowd, or for any gathering of friends/family. The topping has tangy zing to it, and the hamburger mixture is made with some ingredients you don't usually see in the mix. Aged cheddar or a smoked provolone cheese will add the final touch to this new twist on the standard hamburger. Goes great with baked beans, corn, or any of your usual tailgating side dishes.
This is a healthy alternative to the usual ground beef burgers as it uses ground turkey and zucchini in the hamburger patty mix. You can also make the spicy sauce below to use as a condiment with your hamburger.
This recipe was developed by Jamika Pessoa, one of the finalists on "The Next Food Network Star" television show. She prepared this dish for the editor of Good Housekeeping, along with the panel of weekly judges, and her recipe won top honors in this particular challenge.
This is a favorite salad of mine when I want something that's quick to prepare. If I have some pre-boiled eggs in the refrigerator I can get this on the table in about 5 minutes. (Note: the recipe calls for 3 tablespoons of jarred bacon pieces; however, I usually fry 3 slices of bacon, crumble them and use in place of the jarred bacon. This makes the prep time about 10 minutes longer.)
I found this recipe on the All Recipes site and knew right away that our family would love it. We all did and now it is one of the favorites in my "keeper" file. Granted, it is high in fat content and calories but is oh-so-good for the occasional splurge -- we usually have it with grilled chicken and a steamed vegetable.
I found this recipe in the Spring 2009 edition of the Publix Family Style magazine. Although I'm not exactly sure why it's called "Party" Chicken, the chicken turns out nice and moist with a crunchy topping.
These are soft and chewy, just like the ones we get at the mall. It uses the boiling-before-baking method which is also typically used in making authentic New York bagels. I usually provide several toppings such as coarse salt, cinnamon and sugar, and mustard so everyone can choose their favorite topping.
This is a quick dinner that kids love! I'd never used frozen Tater Tots before, but I found this recipe and made it for my son. It has sort of a burger and french fry taste and he gobbled down several servings, saying he wished I'd make this all the time.