The best burger recipes to take home
A burger is often labeled as a convenience food or fast food, but it has much more potential. We present our best burger recipes for cooking at home – with guaranteed taste.
EFresh rolls from the bakery, jams, cheese and eggs – a good breakfast should not be missed. However, this can become very annoying in the long run. So it’s time to offer something new to taste buds – the breakfast burger. Practical: You only need 30 minutes to prepare a complete breakfast. A combination of eggs, bacon and ketchup makes for a fresh, tangy and hearty breakfast.
Apple Pork Burger on Raisin Brioche
The recipe for the apple and pork burger on raisin brioche proves that burgers have more potential than their respective fast food joints. The combination of sweet and savory flavors carry over to the entire dish. The mix of apples and onions gives the burger enough vitamins to defy the unhealthy burger image. The apple in the patty gives the burger a certain something.
Portobello burger with goat cheese
A meatless burger? Well, you can, because Portobello mushrooms are the star of our delicious veggie burger. It is a cultivated mushroom that varies in shape, color and size depending on the cultivation. Combined with goat cheese, onions and grain mustard, the burger is a hearty burger dream, even for meat lovers. A good burger can be veggie too!
Salmon burger with tarragon remoulade
fish instead of meat. But it’s not enough to replace the patties with fish fillets – there’s more! Nothing is left to chance in our recipe. Salmon, in combination with homemade tarragon remoulade, gives it a typical flavor known in coastal areas. Tip: Swap the white buns for dark buns and leave the salmon fillets unprocessed if needed – guaranteed to be eye-catching!
Burger press – yes or no?
If you appreciate perfectly done meat patties, you can use a burger press*. Most models consist of a round mold filled with beef and a stamper used to flatten the mixture. The advantage is that hamburgers are round and thick. The grooves that press into the surface of the stamp also ensure that the cooking time is short. Even someone who often makes vegetarian burger patties with things like beans, rice, or nuts may find the press useful, as these ingredients can sometimes be difficult to shape by hand. But there’s also a trend toward “shredded” hamburgers: a piece of beef balled by hand, placed on a grill or pan, then flattened with a thunderbolt—that’s what hamburgers are called. Be extra crispy. If you prefer to shape your burgers with your hands instead of slicing them, place your thumbs in the center before grilling: the patty cooks evenly and is easy to top with buns, lettuce, tomatoes and bacon. After the sauces.
Bratwurst has a long tradition in Thuringia. The Thuringian burger is not. It’s a 21st century reinvention of grilled sausage as a patty. Tradition meets modernity, home cooking meets fast food. Delicious!
Pork Belly Bao Burger
A variation of this burger comes from Taiwan and is especially popular as a street food there. Steamed yeast mixed with cooked pork belly gives an unforgettable taste. Whether classic, vegetarian or Asian – popular burgers come in many creations.
The right buns for the right burger
Ground beef, cheese, pickles and lettuce make the perfect combination for a delicious burger. But wait, there are no reels! Classic little round burger buns, also called “buns,” are often sprinkled with sesame seeds. The bun is also distinguished by its long-lasting freshness. But buns are more than just buns.