Popular Burgers Recipes

The first hamburger showed up on New York menu in 1826, and the classic burger - a thick, juicy beef patty surrounded by a fluffy white bun -- has been an enduring American favorite ever since. The basic burger recipe is simple: Work the meat (at least 15 percent fat) as little as possible, use plenty of salt to season, and cook on a very hot surface to achieve that dark, caramelized crust we all crave (a grill is ideal for this). Making a turkey burger, a veggie burger? Follow the same principles. Toppings are up to you, of course, though it's hard to beat the classic combo of sweet, tangy ketchup and old-fashioned yellow mustard.

Veggie Burgers with Brown Rice Fresh Parsley and Chickpeas

Plate these vegan burgers with pickles and fries or chips for the quintessential fast food experience at home.

From Parents

Veggie Burgers with Brown Rice Fresh Parsley and Chickpeas

Jen's White Burger

From Midwest Living

Jen's White Burger

Grilled Meat Loaf Burgers

Two classic comfort foods combine in this grilled sandwich that will surely be a favorite at your next backyard barbecue! Serve with grilled pototoes or crispy chips.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Grilled Meat Loaf Burgers

Mini Burger Party Platter

For your next picnic, potluck or backyard barbecue, serve a spread of beef sliders. A touch of Worcestershire sauce and chopped onion keeps the lean meat nice and tender.

From Family Circle

Mini Burger Party Platter

SPICY CHIPOTLE BURGERS

From Family Circle

SPICY CHIPOTLE BURGERS

Southwestern Quinoa Burgers

Cook these vegetarian quinoa burgers in a skillet to give the edges a yummy, unexpected crunch, then melt gooey cheese on top and serve with baked fries.

From Parents

Southwestern Quinoa Burgers

Roasted Garlic-Mozzarella Burger

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.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Roasted Garlic-Mozzarella Burger

Burger with Pickled Beets and Fried Egg

Dress up tonight's hamburger with goat cheese, pickled beets and a fried egg. You can store leftover beets in the fridge for up to a week—use them in salads or as a sandwich relish.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Burger with Pickled Beets and Fried Egg

BBQ Chicken Burgers and Waffle Fries

No need to go out when you can make this quick burger and fries meal at home in minutes.

From Better Homes and Gardens

BBQ Chicken Burgers and Waffle Fries

Stuffed Sausage Sliders

From Better Homes and Gardens

Stuffed Sausage Sliders

Blue Cheese Stuffed Burger with Red Onion and Spinach

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.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Blue Cheese Stuffed Burger with Red Onion and Spinach

Apple-Brat Burgers

Homemade burgers and creamy apple slaw combine for a tasty meal that's perfect for grilling season.

From Diabetic Living

Apple-Brat Burgers

Easy Salmon Burgers

From Better Homes and Gardens

Easy Salmon Burgers

Grilled Cherry Tomato Turkey Burgers

From Better Homes and Gardens

Grilled Cherry Tomato Turkey Burgers

Burger-Potato Bites

For a fun game-day treat, prepare these mini cheeseburger bites that use waffle fries instead of buns.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Burger-Potato Bites

Italian Sausage Sliders

From Johnsonville Italian Sausage

Italian Sausage Sliders

Turkey-Mushroom Burgers

Ground turkey is the standard lean alternative to ground beef - and a good one - but burgers made from it can be dry and bland. These turkey burgers are particularly moist and flavorful because mushrooms are used to extend the ground meat.

From EatingWell

Turkey-Mushroom Burgers

Southwestern Pumpkin Burgers

Colorful, spicy and fragrant, these delicious burgers are right in style with the contemporary fondness for Southwestern foods, especially when served with Fresh Tomato Salsa.

From EatingWell

Southwestern Pumpkin Burgers

Curried Cashew Burgers

If you're looking for a veggie burger with a great "meaty" feel, these are the ones to try. The secret is toasted cashews, which give them amazing flavor as well as texture. The red lentils cook surprisingly fast, keeping the active time brief.

From EatingWell

Curried Cashew Burgers

Mediterranean Burgers

These high-fiber veggie burgers get added body and a pleasant mild flavor from millet, a nutrition powerhouse. They get their spectacular punch from Olive Ketchup and feta cheese.

From EatingWell

Mediterranean Burgers

Asian Turkey Burgers

Hoisin sauce gives these burgers a juicy texture, while ginger and garlic provide a burst of flavor, and water chestnuts deliver an appealing crunch. Serve them over tender greens or on toasted whole-wheat buns.

From EatingWell

Asian Turkey Burgers

Blueberry-Beef Burgers

Whatever the season, burgers remain America's favorite sandwich. When it is too cold to grill outdoors, broil the patties or use an indoor grill. In addition to the standard fixings--ketchup, salsa, onions and tomatoes--make your burgers more nutritious by adding dark greens, such as watercress or spinach.

From EatingWell

Blueberry-Beef Burgers

Middle Eastern Burgers

Exotic-tasting spices and chopped prunes give Middle Eastern flair to these truly succulent burgers. Serve with Yogurt-Garlic Sauce, slices of ripe tomato, lettuce and sharp red onion.

From EatingWell

Middle Eastern Burgers

Wasabi Salmon Burgers

Bring out the flavors of salmon with a Japanese-inspired infusion of ginger, sesame oil and wasabi. If you serve these patties on whole-wheat buns, consider reduced-fat mayonnaise and sliced cucumbers as condiments. Or skip the buns and set the patties atop a vinegary salad of greens, carrots, radishes and sprouts.

From EatingWell

Wasabi Salmon Burgers

Inside-Out Cheeseburgers

Why put the cheese on top of the burger when half of it just melts off--Instead, form the burger around the cheese so you can char the meat and safeguard the more delicate flavors. Use any mixture of hard or semihard cheeses-Emmentaler and Gouda or Asiago and Parmigiano-Reggiano also pair well.

From EatingWell

Inside-Out Cheeseburgers

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