Grilling hamburger isn't complicated, but you'll want to keep a few key strategies in mind. From making cheeseburgers on the grill to gourmet grill patties, these easy recipes for grilling hamburger will teach you everything you need to know.See Popular Grilling Hamburgers Recipes
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The all-American hamburger takes an Asian turn when you add soy sauce, garlic and ginger.
Bottled Caesar dressing in and all around the burgers is the flavor secret to this great grilled burger.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Fire-up your next backyard fiesta with our perfectly grilled Mexican-flavored burgers. There's plenty of spice plus a cheese-a-licious surprise inside each bite.
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.
If you already love a classic burger, melt a slice of cheddar or Swiss to make it irresistible.
For a fun dinner, try these burgers that combine beer and pretzels with the beef.
For a restaurant-quality burger, serve it open-faced on grilled sourdough, then top with barbecue sauce and crunchy fried onions.
Au poivre is a French dish of pepper-crusted steak. We highlight similar savory flavors in these juicy beef burgers.
Fire up the grill and tempt family and guests with these robustly flavored burgers spiked with picante sauce.
To prevent burgers from falling apart, turn them only once, and for heaven's sake don't press on a burger with a spatula. All you're doing is pushing all the juice out of the burger. Another trick to getting an evenly cooked burger is to put a depression in the center of each patty before you put it on the grill.
Chopped pepperoni and basil give these grilled hamburgers pizza pizzazz.
Roasted poblano peppers and chili powder bring spice to these beefy grilled burgers.
Grill a hearty supper for six in under an hour.
It seems as if mini burgers have taken America by storm. They're everywhere--at cocktail parties and on restaurant menus. Of course, the fun thing about mini burgers is that if you eat three of them, which is about equivalent to one regular burger, you can have three different toppings, three different cheeses, three different anythings. These are great for a kid's birthday party or for an appetizer at a party where you';re making longer-cooking grilled meats.
Ordinary hamburgers get kicked up with the simple addition of dry onion soup mix and prepared salsa. Try them...they're easy to make and really delicious.
These beef burgers with a hot pepper sauce and vinegar twist are great for summer cookouts. Let everyone garnish their own.