With a hamburger in the hands, heads are always nodding yes. This extensive collection of burger recipes covers homemade hamburgers, easy grilled burgers, and sensational sliders, all ready in a snap and proven winners at any table.See Popular Beef Hamburgers Recipes
Ground beef chuck with at least 20 percent fat produces the juiciest burgers. When making the patties, don't overwork the meat; that way, the burgers will stay nice and moist. Pat gently -- never squeeze or compress the beef.
Put together a do-it-yourself burger station anchored by chef Elizabeth Karmel's savory beef patty blend.
The Moroccan flavors in these burgers -- shaped into ovals instead of the usual rounds -- include cumin, harissa, and garlic. The sauce: a delectable mix of mayonnaise, caraway seeds, and more harissa.
Italian salad dressing adds flavor to these simple beef burgers.
You will feel like you have had an island break with the captivating flavors in this great little burger.
Bobby Flay created this recipe for his wife, Stephanie March, "a Texan who loves brisket and coleslaw."
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.
Burgers are an all-time favorite and they rise to new heights with the creamy flavors of traditional stroganoff.
Honey and mustard glaze the onion slices as they grill in a foil packet alongside these delicious burgers.
What makes a burger great? You decide with this basic recipe and several flavorful variations, including stuffed and topped.
Top this two-fisted hamburger with a slice of mozzarella cheese, fresh basil leaves, and the red sweet pepper relish.
Are you looking for a quick and easy dinner that everyone will love? Try these burgers that use dry onion soup mix to add a savory touch.
Burgers grilled indoors take on an outdoor flavor from the smoked cheese mixed in the patties. Watch the timing; cheese can burn.
You don't need a charcoal grill to develop a nice crust on your burgers. Sear on cast iron instead for a similar result inside.
The all-American hamburger takes an Asian turn when you add soy sauce, garlic and ginger.
This basic hamburger recipe wins for best flavor and simplicity!