An attempt at making the perfect burger. Of course I failed. Because there is no such thing.
A burger made from freshly ground chuck & tri-tip and newly baked potato bun. Topped with browned butter mayo, caramelized onions, funnel chantrelle confit (in duck fat), roasted cherry tomatoes, bacon marmelade and a slice of classic american cheese
Ok, so I have one meal left in NY before going home. Left on my list of "burgers to eat" are DB and Peter Luger. Tomorrow for lunch. Which one do I choose?
Here's a pic of a burger i entered into the Ultimate Gnarly Burger Competition 2011 held here in Sweden.
The burger is topped with parsnip chips, red onions reduced in red wine, cheddar cheese and black pepper mayo.
After seeing an episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives I felt compelled to try and recreate their Dad's Burger.
I just made some small burgers. They were awesome. But I'm still hungry. :/
Bolo burger from Bobby Flay's Burgers, Fries and Shakes. A burger topped with manchego cheese, serrano ham and piquillo pepper and smoked paprika aioli.
I just made my first batch of mini burgers. Excellent as starters!
Recipe (unfortunately in Swedish) of a home made Hukilau burger as seen on Man v Food and served at the Hukilau Café in Hawaii.
A bacon- and cheeseburger with onions braised in a dark lager (Samuel Adams).
Here's a (swedish) recipe for a hamburger topped with bacon, aioli and grilled asparagus. Served on a home ground 7 ounce patty and home made buns.
When creating this burger I wanted it to have a swedish touch to it. It consists of:
7 ounces ground moose beef
Spotted pig burger buns (from AHT)
Lingon- and juniperberries ketchup
Cream stewed funnel chantrelles
Fried shoestring parsnip
This burger is made from the recipe in Bobby Flay's Burgers, Fries and Shakes. It's topped with two slices of cheese, potato chips and mustard horseradish mayonnaise.
This is basically a 100% chuck home ground hamburger flambéed in Jack Daniel's with homemade buns, lettuce, tomato, red onion, cheddar, bacon and Jack Daniel's glaze from TGI Friday's.
I've just made an XXXL-hamburger. 600g of home-ground meat. 500g of hamburgerbuns, 4 slices of american cheddar and lots of lettuce, white onion and beef tomato topped with the fake-shack sauce from AHT.
we're planning a vacation in NYC late October. Can you give me some ideas about what burgers I must try while I'm there? Fast food style, bar style as well as restaurant style burgers.
Since before I've tried white castle, shake shack and good burger (will definitely revisit the shack). Five Guys are already on my list.
Recipe in swedish for fried onion rings. The batter consists of something called 'filmjölk' (I guess the US equivalent is butter milk).
Unfortunately the recipe is in swedish but it still looks good right? The burger consists of homemade burger buns, home ground chuck, cheese, lettuce, guacamole, nachos chips and a hot chipotle tomato salsa.
Unfortunately for all you english speaking people, this blog post is in swedish only - the picture is nice though :)
I'm trying to make great burgers .. the only hiccup is that I live in Sweden. And we don't have real american processed cheese here. We have som Kraft Singles but I doubt they're the "real thing" as they don't feel nor taste like cheese. Also, I've heard that McD uses Kraft Singles but I can assure you that they're not the same as the ones I can buy in the store.
So I've read up on processed cheese and come to the conclusion that Land o Lakes American Cheese Singles is the real deal. Now to the question:
Does anyone know where I can buy this over the net and have it shipped to Sweden?
Or have I just made myself a perfect reason to visit the US again? :)
After seeing an episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives I felt compelled to try and recreate their Dad's Burger....
Hi people, I'm trying to make great burgers .. the only hiccup is that I live in Sweden. And we don't have real american processed cheese here. We have som Kraft Singles but I doubt they're the "real thing" as...