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Every Day Burger Recipes: Juicy, Succulent Burgers Everyone Will Love Culinary Canary © 2014


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Table of Contents Table of Contents Introduction Burger History Better Burgers and Burger Benefits How Do You Make Your Burger? Less Processed Patties Choose Your Ingredients Cautions and Concerns Burger Recipes Spicy Burgers Super Simple Bison Burgers Extra-cheesy Cheeseburgers Grilled Burgers with Zing


Green Chickpea Burgers Turkey Club Burgers Bison Onion Burgers Bacon-Wrapped Steak Burgers The Nutty Burger Breakfast Burgers Greek-inspired Burgers Thanksgiving Burgers Lemon-Lime Focaccia Burgers Squashed Burgers Mixed Greens Burgers BBQ Burgers Curry Burgers Bison Burger with Extra Garlic Burgers from the Tropics Balsamic Burgers


Burger Salad Gourmet Arugula Burgers Open-faced Turkey Burgers Turkey Caesar Burgers Bison Burgers with a Twist Your Review Helps! Bonus Content Free Chapter of Hot Dog Recipes General Information Benefits of Homemade Ice Cream Health(ier) Chili-Cheese Dogs Find More Hot Dog Recipes Here!


Introduction When people think of burgers, more often than not their first thought goes to fast food and premade burgers. Most people’s favorite burgers are found at McDonald’s, Five Guys, In ‘n Out, or a variety of local burger places that dot every city. That’s not to mention the burgers you can


find at restaurants and bars that have all sorts of burgers. Rarely, if ever, will you find someone saying “You know, I really have to go to Bob’s place again, he makes the best burgers ever!” Every summer, people will fire up the grill but the burgers don’t get very creative. A burger can be almost anything. Some may only


define a burger to be one or more patties made of beef surrounded by two buns, but there’s an almost infinite amount of options. Patties can be made with more than just beef and buns can be made with more than just white bread. The variety of condiments you can top your burgers with, ranging from cheeses to sauces to vegetables and even fruits, can


really make each burger unique and a worthy meal. There are several keys to making your burger the best it can be besides just condiments, the type of patty meat, and buns. For one, the spices you add to season your meat or other burger material can completely change the taste of your patties. If you properly season your patty,


your burger can shine even if you decide to use fewer condiments. Additionally, the method of cooking can change how a burger turns out. The preparation will differ depending on how you like your burger, the amount of meat/ingredient you use for each burger, what ingredients you use to make your patty,


and more. Following the instructions for each recipe, learning what to do for different types of ingredients, and learning how each method of cooking burgers differs should be at the top of your mind when trying these recipes.


Burger History No one really knows the precise history of the hamburger or the burger and how it came to be, but it’s commonly accepted that burgers first started showing up in common cuisine around the late 19th or early 20th century. By now, we know that burgers


have become one of the most popular foods that people enjoy. In almost every country in the world and across almost every demographic, it’s hard not to find someone who can’t enjoy a good burger. However, the key to keeping burgers relevant in a world more focused on health is to ensure that burgers remain as healthy as possible. Cooking at home makes that goal much more


realistic.


Better Burgers and Burger Benefits Burgers aren’t the healthiest food because of their sodium and fat content, but there are things that you can do to enjoy your burger that can make them healthier. There are also things you can do to make sure your burger turns out exactly how you’d enjoy it


most.


How Do You Make Your Burger? You’ll find that there are three main methods of cooking burgers that each carry their own distinct advantages. Grilling is the most common and you get to enjoy the smoky flavor that comes along with cooking your burger on the grill. Frying your burgers


on a cast-iron skillet is similar to how you can find burgers made in restaurants and will yield a nice crust on your burger that adds to the experience. Broiling or cooking your burgers in the oven isn’t quite as popular as the other two methods but if you’re in a jam and need to make quite a few burgers at a time without sacrificing quality, this could be the right


approach.


Less Processed Patties Making homemade burgers seems like unnecessary effort when you can go out to McDonald’s, Burger King, or one of the other 15 fast food restaurants in your area that serve burgers. The advantage in making your own burgers is easy to recognize, whether you see


the advantage in the ingredient list or taste it in the actual patty. When buying ingredients for your patties, condiments, or buns, the list of added ingredients is most likely much less than if you were to buy the burger from a fast food restaurant. People are never quite sure what is in their burger, as evidenced by the “pink slime� fiasco of 2012.


Choose Your Ingredients Choosing your own ingredients can not only be a benefit to your health, but also the taste of your burger. When it comes to patty selection, using better cuts of meat or fresh ingredients will always yield a better tasting burger.


Not only will your burger taste better, but you’ll also have a burger that most likely contains less artificial ingredients and more nutrients and vitamins your body needs, especially if you’re adding vegetables in your burger.


Cautions and Concerns As mentioned previously, burgers aren’t the healthiest food you can eat. For a juicy and tender beef burger, it’s necessary to use cuts of meat that contain a bit more fat. These meats will also have a higher amount of sodium.


Additionally, the ingredients you use can take your burger from being a treat you can enjoy without hesitation to something that can reduce the effectiveness of your effort to improve your health for the day. The lesson is to remember moderation. Burgers can be a fun meal to make with the family but using unhealthy


ingredients or making burgers that contain higher levels of fat or sodium all the time is bound to have some negative effects. By moderating, you’re able to enjoy your burger and enjoy your health at the same time. Now that you know enough about burgers, it’s time to start cooking! Get your ingredients together, fire up your grill, stove, or oven, and let’s put


some fun between the bun! And remember, leave a review if you enjoy the book to help Culinary Canary bring you even more great cookbooks every month!


Burger Recipes


Spicy Burgers


Time: 20 minutes Yield: 8


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 410 Fat: 13g Cholesterol: 70mg Sodium: 552mg Carbohydrate: 30g Protein: 25g Vitamin A: 0% Calcium: 2% Vitamin C: 2%


Iron: 20% Ingredients: 1 pound ground bison 1 pound hot Italian sausage Ÿ cup chili garlic sauce 1 teaspoon hot sauce ½ teaspoon red pepper flakes 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 pack of sesame seed buns (8 in a pack) Sea salt and black pepper to taste Directions:


1. Preheat grill at high heat. 2. Combine together all ingredients in a bowl and mix well. 3. Divide mixture into eight equal portions and flatten into patties.


4. Lightly oil the grill and arrange the patties on the grill. Grill burgers until cooked through (about five to 10 minutes each side). Serve warm on a sesame seed bun.


Super Simple Bison Burgers


Time: 15 minutes Yield: 8


Nutritional Information: Amount per Serving Calories: 280 Fat: 11g Cholesterol: 80mg Sodium: 280mg Carbohydrate: 8g Protein: 7g Vitamin A: 4% Calcium: 20% Vitamin C: 0% Iron: 15%


Ingredients: 2 pounds ground bison 1 cup yellow onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced Directions: 1. Preheat a grill on high heat. 2. Combine together all ingredients in a bowl.


3. Divide into eight portions and flatten into patties. 4. Place patties on grill and cook for five to 10 minutes on each side or until well-done. Serve with your favourite toppings.


Extra-cheesy Cheeseburgers


Time: 20 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 730 Fat: 38g Cholesterol: 145mg Sodium: 245mg Carbohydrate: 21g Protein: 43g Vitamin A: 6% Calcium: 30% Vitamin C: 2% Iron: 25%


Ingredients: 1 pound lean ground beef ½ yellow onion, diced ¼ cup feta cheese ¼ cup smoked Gouda cheese, shredded 4 slices aged cheddar cheese 4 plain white hamburger buns

Directions: 1. Preheat a grill on high heat.


2. Combine together the beef, onion, and feta cheese until well-mixed. 3. Divide mixture into four patties. Make a well inside each patty and sprinkle some shredded Gouda in each well; cover over with the patty mixture.


4. Place burgers on grill and flip after about five minutes. Place a slice of cheddar on each burger a few minutes before removing from grill after it’s cooked through. Serve on bun with desired toppings.


Grilled Burgers with Zing


Time: 20 minutes Yield; 8


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 420 Fat: 14g Cholesterol: 125mg Sodium: 930mg Carbohydrate: 24g Protein: 47g Vitamin A: 10% Calcium: 20% Vitamin C: 4%


Iron: 40% Ingredients: 2 pounds ground bison 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 red onion, diced 1 teaspoon chili powder 1/2 teaspoon cumin 1 tablespoon soy sauce Directions:


1. Preheat a grill to high heat and lightly oil the grill. 2. Mix together all ingredients in a bowl. 3. Divide the mixture into eight portions and flatten into patties. 4. Grill the burgers until well-done (about five to 10 minutes each side).


Green Chickpea Burgers


Time: 20 minutes Yield: 8


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 380 Fat: 11g Cholesterol: 55mg Sodium: 420mg Carbohydrate: 41g Protein: 15g Vitamin A: 20% Calcium: 8% Vitamin C: 8%


Iron: 20% Ingredients: 1 can chickpeas ½ yellow onion, diced 1 zucchini, chopped 1 cup spinach ½ cup oats 2 cloves garlic 1 teaspoon grapeseed oil 1 tablespoon ketchup 2 tomatoes, sliced Handful of iceberg lettuce


1 pack of plain white hamburger buns Directions: 1. Preheat a grill on medium-high heat. Lightly oil the grill grate. 2. Blend all ingredients except tomato, lettuce, and bun in a food processor until chickpeas are mashed and the mixture comes together. Form into 8 patties.


3. Grill patties for 10 minutes each side, or until cooked through and lightly browned. 4. Serve on hamburger bun with slice of tomato, lettuce, and other desired toppings.


Turkey Club Burgers


Time: 25 minutes Yield: 2


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 730 Fat: 42g Cholesterol: 80mg Sodium: 2180mg Carbohydrate: 65g Protein: 22g Vitamin A: 120% Calcium: 50% Vitamin C: 45% Iron: 45%


Ingredients: 1 pound ground turkey Âź cup onion, diced 1 tablespoon ketchup 2 slices cooked bacon 2 slices tomato 2 lettuce leaves 2 whole wheat buns 1 tablespoon mayonnaise Directions:


1. Preheat the grill to medium-high heat. 2. Mix together the turkey, onion, and ketchup, and form into two patties. Grill for five to 10 minutes on each side. 3. Place the buns on the grill for a couple of minutes or until lightly toasted.


4. Place the cooked patties on the toasted buns and top with bacon, tomato, lettuce, and mayonnaise before serving.


Bison Onion Burgers


Time: 25 minutes Yield; 8


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 390 Fat: 13g Cholesterol: 150mg Sodium: 510mg Carbohydrate: 26g Protein: 33g Vitamin A: 45% Calcium: 25% Vitamin C: 25%


Iron: 25% Ingredients: 2 pounds ground bison ½ cup each red onion and yellow onion, diced 1 teaspoon each garlic powder and onion powder 1 tablespoon soy sauce 2 red onions, sliced 2 handfuls of iceberg lettuce 2 tomatoes, sliced 8 slices of cheddar cheese


1 pack of sesame seed hamburger buns Directions: 1. Pre-heat grill over high heat. 2. Mix together ground bison, diced red and yellow onion, garlic and onion powder, and soy sauce until well-combined. 3. Divide mixture into eight parts and form into patties.


4. Grill the patties about 10 minutes on each side or until well-done. Serve on buns with red onions, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, or your favorite toppings.


Bacon-Wrapped Steak Burgers


Time: 25 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 450 Fat: 28g Cholesterol: 110mg Sodium: 730mg Carbohydrate: 18g Protein: 31g Vitamin A: 4% Calcium: 10% Vitamin C: 6%


Iron: 30% Ingredients: 4 pieces filet mignon 4 slices nitrate-free bacon 2 tablespoons each ketchup and wholegrain mustard 4 leaves green-leaf lettuce 4 slices tomato 4 multigrain buns Directions:


1. Wrap bacon around the filet mignon and secure with toothpicks. 2. Grill filet mignon for about 15 minutes or until cooked to your liking. 3. Lightly toast bun on grill for a few minutes.


4. Remove bun from grill and place filet mignon on top. Remove toothpick from bacon but leave bacon wrapped around filet mignon. 5. Top burger with ketchup, mustard, lettuce, and tomato and serve immediately.


The Nutty Burger


Time: 15 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 460 Fat: 22g Cholesterol: 55mg Sodium: 200mg Carbohydrate: 18g Protein: 4g Vitamin A: 70% Calcium: 8% Vitamin C: 6%


Iron: 10% Ingredients: 1 pounds lean ground beef ½ cup each walnuts and almonds, chopped coarsely 1 tablespoon barbecue sauce 4 sesame seed buns Directions: 1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well.


2. Form into four patties and grill for about 10 minutes on each side. Serve with your favorite toppings on a sesame seed bun.


Breakfast Burgers


Time: 30 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 580 Fat: 40g Cholesterol: 140mg Sodium: 1680mg Carbohydrate: 30g Protein: 26g Vitamin A: 10% Calcium: 15% Vitamin C: 15%


Iron: 20% Ingredients: 1 pound lean ground beef Âź cup yellow onion, diced 4 slices cheddar cheese 4 whole wheat buns 4 leaves lettuce 4 slices tomato 4 eggs Directions:


1. Combine together the beef and onion until well-mixed, and then form into four patties. 2. Grill the burgers for about 10 minutes on each side. For the last few minutes on the second side, place a slice of cheese on each burger so that it melts slightly. 3. Remove the burgers from the grill and place on buns. Top with lettuce and tomato.


4. Cook eggs sunny-side up in a pan. When cooked to your liking, place the eggs on top of the burgers and top with the other half of the bun. Enjoy immediately.


Greek-inspired Burgers


Time: 25 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 450 Fat: 25g Cholesterol: 85mg Sodium: 300mg Carbohydrate: 35g Protein: 24g Vitamin A: 35% Calcium: 10% Vitamin C: 15%


Iron: 15% Ingredients: 1 pounds ground turkey ½ red onion, diced ¼ cup olives ¼ cup feta cheese 2 cloves garlic, minced 4 ciabatta buns Directions:


1. Mix together all ingredients until well-combined. 2. Divide mixture into four portions and form into patties. 3. Grill patties for about 10 minutes on each side or until well-done. Enjoy on a ciabatta bun with added feta cheese, lettuce, and tomato.


Thanksgiving Burgers


Time: 30 minutes Yield: 6


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 200 Fat: 5g Cholesterol: 35mg Sodium: 250mg Carbohydrate: 33g Protein: 5g Vitamin A: 4% Calcium: 8% Vitamin C: 4% Iron: 8%


Ingredients: 1 ½ pounds ground turkey ½ cup yellow onion, diced 1 clove garlic, minced 6 multigrain buns 6 tablespoons cranberry sauce 3 tablespoons mayonnaise 1 cup mustard greens Directions:


1. Combine together the turkey, onion, and garlic; divide into six portions and form into patties. 2. Grill patties for about 10 minutes on each side or until well done. Remove from grill and place on buns.


3. Distribute the cranberry sauce, mayo, and mustard greens evenly between each of the burgers. Top with the other half of the bun and serve.


Lemon-Lime Focaccia Burgers


Time: 25 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 440 Fat: 9g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 780mg Carbohydrate: 85g Protein: 16g Vitamin A: 60% Calcium: 4% Vitamin C: 25% Iron: 30%


Ingredients: 1 pounds lean ground beef 1 tablespoon each lemon zest and lime zest 4 slices focaccia bread 4 tablespoons each mayonnaise and ketchup Directions: 1. Mix together the beef, lemon zest, and lime zest in a bowl.


2. Form the beef mixture into four patties and grill for about 10 minutes on each side or until well-done. 3. Place the patties on the focaccia bread and top with the mayo and ketchup before serving.


Squashed Burgers


Time; 2 hours Yield: 8


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 110 Fat: 2g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 0mg Carbohydrate: 19g Protein: 3g Vitamin A: 2% Calcium: 2% Vitamin C: 6% Iron: 4%


Ingredients: 1 spaghetti squash 1 zucchini, shredded 1 patty pan squash, shredded ½ cup bread crumbs Directions:


1. Place whole spaghetti squash in the oven and bake for 45 minutes or until tender. Remove from oven and let cool for about half an hour. 2. Slice open spaghetti squash and remove spaghetti-like strands from inside. Place in bowl. 3. Combine spaghetti squash with the rest of the ingredients and shape into eight patties.


4. Pan-fry patties until lightly golden; serve immediately with your favourite toppings.


Mixed Greens Burgers


Time: 25 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 390 Fat: 10g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 240mg Carbohydrate: 56g Protein: 20g Vitamin A: 2% Calcium: 10% Vitamin C: 2% Iron: 25%


Ingredients: 1 pounds lean ground beef ½ yellow onion, diced 1 clove garlic, minced ½ cup each spinach, green leaf lettuce, romaine lettuce, and butter head lettuce ¼ cup salad dressing (e.g. ranch) Directions:


1. Combine together the beef and onion; form into four patties and grill until well-done (about 10 minutes each side). 2. Remove burgers from grill. Top with mixed greens and your favourite salad dressing. Enjoy immediately.


BBQ Burgers


Time: 30 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 850 Fat: 50g Cholesterol: 190mg Sodium: 1160mg Carbohydrate: 35g Protein: 56g Vitamin A: 8% Calcium: 30% Vitamin C: 4%


Iron: 35% Ingredients: 1 pounds lean ground beef 6 tablespoons BBQ sauce ½ cup red onion, diced 1/ 3

cup bread crumbs

4 multigrain buns Directions:


1. Combine together the beef, 2 tbsp BBQ sauce, red onion, and bread crumbs. 2. Form the beef mixture into four patties and grill for about 10 minutes on each side or until well-done. 3. Toast the buns lightly for a few minutes on the grill.


4. Place the cooked burgers on the toasted buns, top with the remaining 4 tbsp BBQ sauce, and enjoy.


Curry Burgers


Time: 30 minutes Yield: 6


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 180 Fat: 7g Cholesterol: 100mg Sodium: 110mg Carbohydrate: 3g Protein: 25g Vitamin A: 2% Calcium: 4% Vitamin C: 4% Iron: 15%


Ingredients: 1 ½ pounds lean ground beef 1 tablespoon curry powder ½ teaspoon cumin 1/ 8

teaspoon black pepper

1 yellow onion, diced 1 tablespoon garlic chili sauce Directions:


1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl until well-mixed. 2. Form beef mixture into six patties. 3. Grill patties for about 10 minutes on each side or until well-done. Serve with favourite toppings.


Bison Burger with Extra Garlic


Time: 25 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 620 Fat: 19g Cholesterol: 180mg Sodium: 820mg Carbohydrate: 6g Protein: 63g Vitamin A: 6% Calcium: 35% Vitamin C: 4% Iron: 45%


Ingredients: 1 pounds ground bison 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 tablespoon garlic powder 1/ 8

teaspoon cumin

½ red onion, diced 1 tablespoon soy sauce 4 croissant or bakery buns Directions:


1. Combine all ingredients together until well-mixed. 2. Form mixture into four patties. 3. Grill patties for about 10 minutes on each side on high heat or until well-done. 4. Serve on a bakery style bun with added vegetable toppings (lettuce, tomato, etc.)


Burgers from the Tropics


Time: 30 minutes


Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 340 Fat: 15g Cholesterol: 150mg Sodium: 330mg Carbohydrate: 19g Protein: 31g Vitamin A: 20% Calcium: 4% Vitamin C: 60% Iron: 15%


Ingredients: 1 pound ground bison ½ cup coconut flakes 1 tablespoon coconut oil ½ yellow onion, diced 4 multigrain buns 4 slices mango 2 tablespoons each BBQ sauce and mayonnaise Directions:


1. Combine together the bison, coconut flakes, coconut oil, and onion until well-mixed. 2. Form bison mixture into four patties. Grill for about 10 minutes on each side or until browned and well-done. 3. Place burgers on buns and top with mango slices, BBQ sauce, and mayo.


Balsamic Burgers


Time: 30 minutes


Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 520 Fat: 27g Cholesterol: 115mg Sodium: 400mg Carbohydrate: 28g Protein: 37g Vitamin A: 4% Calcium: 15% Vitamin C: 8% Iron: 30%


Ingredients: 1 pounds lean ground beef 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar, divided 1 tablespoon barbecue sauce ½ cup yellow onion, diced 1 clove garlic, minced 4 whole wheat buns 4 lettuce leaves 4 slices tomato 2 tablespoons whole-grain mustard Directions:


1. Combine together the beef, one tablespoon of balsamic vinegar, the barbecue sauce, onion, and garlic. Mix well and form into four patties. 2. Grill the patties for about 10 minutes on each side on high heat or until well-done. Remove from grill and place on buns.


3. Top each burger with lettuce and tomato. Drizzle the remaining one tablespoon of balsamic vinegar on top. 4. Smear the other half of each bun with the mustard, then place that bun on top of the burger and enjoy.


Burger Salad


Time: 35 minutes Yield: 8


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 380 Fat: 23g Cholesterol: 60mg Sodium: 680mg Carbohydrate: 22g Protein: 26g Vitamin A: 40% Calcium: 15% Vitamin C: 460% Iron: 30%


Ingredients: 1 pound lean ground beef ½ yellow onion, diced 1 clove garlic, minced 2 whole wheat burger buns 4 cups of each green leaf lettuce, red leaf lettuce, romaine lettuce, and arugula ½ cup of your favourite salad dressing Directions:


1. Mix together the beef, onion, and garlic; form into four patties and grill on medium high heat until well-done (about 10 minutes on each side). Remove burgers from heat. 2. Meanwhile, brush the burger buns with a little oil and chop into cubes. Bake in the oven for about 10 minutes or until crispy and crouton-like.


3. Chop the burgers into cubes. Mix together the lettuce, buncroutons, and pieces of burger. 4. Drizzle with your favourite salad dressing and serve.


Gourmet Arugula Burgers


Time: 30 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 320 Fat: 14g Cholesterol: 110mg Sodium: 460mg Carbohydrate: 23g Protein: 26g Vitamin A: 90% Calcium: 6% Vitamin C: 8% Iron: 20%


Ingredients: 1 pounds ground bison ½ red onion, diced 1 tablespoon barbecue sauce 4 multigrain buns 2 cups arugula 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 4 slices dill pickles 2 tablespoons salsa Directions:


1. Mix together the bison, onion, and barbecue sauce. Form into four patties and grill on high heat until well-done (about 10 minutes each side). 2. Slice the buns open and toast on the grill for a few minutes or until lightly browned.


3. Place burgers on buns and top with arugula, mustard, pickles, and salsa. Place the other half of the bun on top and enjoy immediately.


Open-faced Turkey Burgers


Time: 25 minutes Yield: 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 520 Fat: 29g Cholesterol: 210mg Sodium: 920mg Carbohydrate: 11g Protein: 51g Vitamin A: 20% Calcium: 8% Vitamin C: 8% Iron: 40%


Ingredients: 1 pounds ground turkey 1 tablespoon soy sauce 3 cloves garlic, diced 4 slices whole wheat bread 4 tablespoons mayonnaise 4 slices tomato Directions:


1. Combine the turkey, soy sauce, and garlic; mix well and then form into four patties. 2. Grill patties until well-done (about 10 minutes on each side on high heat). 3. Lightly toast the bread, and then place a turkey burger on top of each slice. Finish with one tablespoon of mayo and one slice of tomato on each burger.


Turkey Caesar Burgers


Time: 30 minutes Yield; 4


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 400 Fat: 21g Cholesterol: 100mg Sodium: 570mg Carbohydrate: 23g Protein: 26g Vitamin A: 60% Calcium: 15% Vitamin C: 10% Iron: 20%


Ingredients: 1 pounds ground turkey 5 tablespoons Caesar dressing, divided 3 cloves garlic, minced 4 multigrain buns 4 cups romaine lettuce Âź cup grated parmesan Directions:


1. Mix together the turkey, 1 tbsp Caesar dressing, and the garlic in a bowl. 2. Divide the turkey mixture into 4 portions and form into patties. 3. Grill the patties until they’re well-done (about 10 minutes on each side on medium high heat). Grill the buns for the last few minutes as well, or until lightly toasted.


4. Place the burgers on the buns and top with the romaine, the rest of the Caesar dressing, and a sprinkle of parmesan.


Bison Burgers with a Twist


Time: 30 minutes Yield: 6


Nutritional Information Amount per Serving Calories: 520 Fat: 18g Cholesterol: 135mg Sodium: 880mg Carbohydrate: 38g Protein: 50g Vitamin A: 20% Calcium: 40% Vitamin C: 15% Iron: 45%


Ingredients: 1 ½ pounds ground bison ¼ cup smooth peanut butter 1 tablespoon soy sauce ¼ cup bread crumbs 1 baguette 1/ 3

cup mayonnaise

1 tablespoons cider vinegar 6 dill pickles 6 slices tomato


Directions: 1. Mix together the bison, peanut butter, soy sauce, and bread crumbs. Form into six patties and grill until well-done (about 10 minutes per side). 2. Slice the baguette thickly and place the burgers on top of each baguette slice. Top with mayo, cider vinegar, dill pickles, and tomato slices, and finish it off with another baguette slice.


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Free Chapter of Hot Dog Recipes Thanks for purchasing Every day Burger Recipes! We would like to offer you a free introduction and recipe to one of our other books. If you would like to try some more easy recipes you can get them by clicking on the cover below


General Information You’re done your meal and you’re craving something sweet. What do you reach for? Do you go to the cupboards for some cookies? Have you prepared a dessert? If you open up your freezer, then you immediately know that ice cream is always an option.


Whether it’s a scorcher outside or you’re craving the creamy taste, this frozen dessert is hard to top. The variety in flavors, the cooling effect, and the creamy texture are all reasons that people love to indulge. What you’ll find more often than not in anyone’s freezer is ice cream that’s been bought in a store. Much more scarce is finding the freezer that has homemade


ice cream inside. What’s the difference between ice cream and all of the other frozen desserts? It’s all about the ingredients. An ice cream will contain dairy while other variations will have a different balance or will not contain any dairy at all. The balance between sugars and flavorings is also different. The one constant between the treats is that most frozen desserts can


be made at home. Whether it’s too inconvenient or not thought of enough, making homemade frozen desserts can be a fun and tasty activity you undertake with your family.


Benefits of Homemade Ice Cream Hot dogs have been loved by millions of people throughout the decades for their flavor as well as their simplicity, especially in America, where we place a high value on being able to simply pick up and eat. The hot dog has become synonymous with summer,


sports, grilling, parties, and weekend barbecues. Everyone loves the hot dog, and it’s no small surprise. It’s easy to prepare. It’s easy to eat. And as you are about to find out from this collection of recipes, it’s also very versatile. It works with almost any other flavor or texture that you can come up with to pair it. This book is designed to not


only celebrate that part of the hot dog’s legacy, but also to show you just how far it can go! If you have had trouble coming up with ways to serve those hot dogs besides the usual mustard, ketchup, and relish, within these pages you’ll find yourself surrounded by new and creative ways to serve up this all-American favorite. And not just “dog in a bun” variations either. You’ll


be able to make stews and bowls and other meals besides new takes on the old in-a-bun method. As we’ll discuss later, hot dogs owe their beginnings to the sausages, franks, and brats of northern Europe. So we have several recipes in this book that celebrate that as well. Many of these recipes are incredibly savory and filling,


naturally because of the nature of bratwursts and sausages. They are also really simple. When working with German brats and franks especially, it can be tempting to think that they are hard to prepare or require special equipment. The truth is that, while they do take more time to cook than the pre-cooked hot dog that many of us are used to, other meats like brats, sausages, and


franks are actually pretty simple to cook. No one needs to worry or feel intimidated by these German meats ever again. Armed with these trusty yet creative recipes, you’ll be able to handle any style of frank with confidence. Some of these recipes will require more than a few odd ingredients; they will require an open mind and a sense of


adventure. While we can attest to the deliciousness of each recipe, we can’t promise that some of them won’t seem a little bit… different! We’ve got new and interesting combinations of spices, sauces, seasonings, and sides that are sure to liven up the taste buds and bring a little bit of adventure and fun into the normal hot dog eating experience.


The following serving sizes are ideal for two to four people, but many of these recipes can make a great addition to any party or outdoor get-together. They’d also be a hit at any sports gathering sitting next to the chips, dips, and drinks! In order to make these work for that kind of thing, simply double or triple the recipe. Then do it again, if needed.


This is a sure way to be the hit of any party, and you don’t even have to give away the secret ingredients if you don’t want to!


Health(ier) ChiliCheese Dogs


Time: 35 minutes Yield: 8 If you’re extremely worried about your health, let’s be honest, you probably shouldn’t be having a chili cheese dog in the first place. However, when you’re really aching for a treat but don’t want to feel bad when you’re done eating, try a few different ingredients.


Nutritional Information: Amount per Serving Calories: 570 Fat: 23g Cholesterol: 80mg Sodium: 840mg Carbohydrate: 85g Protein: 40g Vitamin A: 35% Calcium: 25% Vitamin C: 80% Iron: 50%


Ingredients: 1 tablespoon olive oil ½ cup sweet red onion, finely chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 2 teaspoon chili powder 1 can diced tomatoes with green chilies 1 15-ounce can red kidney beans (drained and rinsed) Salt (optional) and black pepper 8 turkey hot dogs (nitrite-free) Can use other hot Dogs if you want. 8 whole wheat hot dog buns (toasted)


½ cup shredded low-fat cheddar Directions: 1. Saute onion in oil until tender. Add the garlic and chili powder and sautÊ one minute longer.


2. Stir in diced tomatoes, and beans, tomato sauce and beans and bring to a simmer and cook until sauce has thickened, about 10 to 15 minutes. Season with salt, if desired. Add black pepper to taste. 3. Boil hot dogs for three to five minutes. Drain. 4. Place hot dogs on buns and top with chili mixture and cheese.


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