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10 Ways To Spice Up Your Summer BBQ Burger

Posted by Alexandra C. | Thursday August 2, 201221 comments


Maybe you've eaten some of the fanciest, schamnciest meals ever. Perhaps you have the most refined palate in the world, but let me tell you, I don't care; because I guarantee, there is nothing better than a juicy burger done right! With the first long weekend almost here, we thought we should indulge in a little BBQ foodie heaven. We rounded up 10 fabulous and unique burger ideas for you to try. I would try and pick a favourite, but they all look so amazing. You think I could just have one of each? 


(recipe via noblepig.com

Nachos + Hamburgers = Awesome. Dripping with cheese and has the added benefit of chips! 

 
(recipe via closetcooking.com

Can we all just agree that anything wrapped in bacon is going to be delicious? Especially love the idea of adding a flavoured mayo. 


(recipe via nibblemethis.com

I love onion rings,  so this one is calling my name. Blue cheese on a burger is also an easy way to dress up something basic. 


(recipe via thepioneerwoman.com

Swap out your bun for a lettuce leaf and some avocado for a healthier but still yummy option. 


(recipe via chow.com
 
For a twist on a classic, try a Banh Mi chicken burger which has traditional Banh Mi (i.e. Vietnamese sub) ingredients.

  

(recipe via thefoodinmybeard.com

I absolutely love the concept of swapping out a slider bun for sweet potato slices. Not only would this be so, so, so tasty (yup, that's worthy of three so's), but it's a nice way to get in your fries along with your burger. 


(recipe via goop.com
  
Thanksgiving in the summer? Sure, why not? I think it's tasty all year round. 


(recipe via ohsheglows.com

For the veggie or health nut ladies in the crowd,  why not substitute a beef burger with a chickpea one?


(recipe via closetcooking.com
 
This is not your traditional BBQ burger. With Korean pear, Fuji apple and topped with kimchi (fermented cabbage), this Korean influenced number is for the adventurous foodies. 


(recipe via chow.com
 
Anything chiptole flavoured is good in my book and this turkey burger is no exception. I like that turkey is a leaner meat option but I also like that they've layered some delicious bacon on top. 

Which of this burgers would you love to devour? Or, what's your own go-to burger topping? 
 
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21 Comments

on August 31, 2012  Steffikah  9,115 said:

I like the flavoured mayo one, the Bulgogi and the vietnamese one. They all sound awesome!

on August 23, 2012  mystictiger  3,196 said:

that's mean. looks like we have burgers the next little while. those pictures look appetizing.the bulgogi burger is interesting and the banh mi chicken burger is my first try(i mostly eat ground chicken, so that's why). blue cheese on/in a burger is one of my favorites, only thing my kids and hubby don't like blue cheese.

on August 08, 2012  Racenhawk  2,659 said:

mmmm, blue onion burger!

on August 08, 2012  amyknows  2,352 said:

DANG! I just put a pizza in the oven and now I want a burger! I totally LOVE turkey burgers!

on August 08, 2012  babypiggy_83  7,203 said:

Wow, what a tease! Now I want a burger, and what burger doesn t taste better with cheese? I m...now...officially...drooling, lmao. I m going to have to try some of these one day soon. :)

on August 08, 2012  bdeyell86  2,033 said:

They all look so good!

on August 07, 2012  mamaluv  STAFF said:

Must. have. burger. NOW.

on August 05, 2012  crysrob  1,881 said:

They all look amazing, love the fry slider idea.. very cute.

on August 05, 2012  Cassie_  2,311 said:

Uhg, i love burgers :-)

on August 03, 2012  bubbles77  28,042 said:

YUM..YUM..YUM.. I want them all !! I love to try new foods and food combinations. Sometimes it's the weirdest ingredient that can make a simple recipe so spiced up.

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