You know you've grilled the best tasting burgers when guests come back for seconds. These easy grilled burger recipes give your patties extra punch, including cheddar jalapeno hamburgers and turkey bacon burgers.See Popular Grilled Burgers Recipes
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Roasted red peppers and basil season the beef for these burgers. After grilling, they're piled high with arugula, cheese, artichoke hearts, and a caper mayonnaise.
This delicious recipe for Easy Salmon Burgers has two things going for it: It's super-fast (takes only 20 minutes), and it's super healthy. When was the last time you heard "burger" and thought, "Gee, this'll be good for me." The reason, of course, is that these burgers are made with salmon, one of the healthiest kinds of fish you can eat.
Here's some deliciously different burgers, stylish enough to serve to guests. They're seasoned with picante sauce, shredded cheese and onion, topped with a sassy cole slaw and wrapped in warm tortillas.
A frita is by definition "a small burger." This simple recipe is sassied up with a spread of mayonnaise and hot pimenton.
Top this two-fisted hamburger with a slice of mozzarella cheese, fresh basil leaves, and the red sweet pepper relish.
For these grilled burgers, mix ground beef with lemon zest, sun-dried tomatoes, herbs, and hot peppers. Stack on bus and layer with fresh greens.
Basic and simple, this is the best way to make a burger.
Honey and mustard glaze the onion slices as they grill in a foil packet alongside these delicious burgers.
Take a bite of our Roasted Garlic Mozzarella Burger to discover gooey cheese hiding inside the flavorful beef patty. The three-ingredient Olive Mayonnaise makes this sandwich taste gourmet.
For a restaurant-quality burger, serve it open-faced on grilled sourdough, then top with barbecue sauce and crunchy fried onions.
Chimichurri is a thick herb sauce found in Argentina cooking. Here it's tucked inside beef burgers prior to grilling.
A fresh tomato salsa enlivens the beef mixture and serves as a colorful topping for these zesty grilled burgers.
Sharp and salty blue cheese, sweet red onion, and slightly bitter baby spinach lend balance and texture to the rich ground beef in these elegant yet satisfying burgers. When buying, look for baby spinach with dark, vibrant green leaves; avoid those that show signs of bruising or wilting.
This grilled burger recipe is for grown-ups who appreciate a bite of jalapeno, dried tomatoes, and lime peel in burgers. Stacked on buns, the burgers are topped with spicy mayo and fresh greens.
The ground lamb is shaped into logs, grilled and served in rolled-up cracker bread for this intriguing sandwich.
Two kinds of hot peppers give these grilled hamburgers a tongue-tingling jolt.
"Chopped steaks are really just glorified hamburgers," Marcia Kiesel says. "It's a ground meat patty, but you eat it with a fork and knife like a steak--with or without bread." Marcia updates the old-fashioned diner staple by using ground lamb instead of beef and serving it with garlicky wilted spinach and warm goat cheese. "It's such a lazy summer meal," she says.