The "Luther" Donut Burger is one of the unhealthiest burgers to date, averaging at around 1,000 calories per burger. Although the origins of the donut burger are mostly speculative — its name is often attributed to R&B singer Luther Vandross — many restaurants have incorporated the trend into their menus. They’re classically made with two donuts (or one cut lengthwise) instead of buns, and comprised of a hamburger patty, cheese, and bacon. To make your own version at home, simply choose your favorite brand of donuts and build your personalized burger between them.
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This is a simple ground beef dish with a slight Asian flair. There is a touch of soy sauce and sugar to give it that dynamic flavor. This dish is perfect served with some fluffy rice and a sprinkle of fresh cilantro. This recipe utilizes the “Sauté” and “Pressure Cook” functions of the Instant Pot, although you can make in any other multi-cooker. Best Ground Beef Recipes
Is there any party food more classic than the slider? These tiny burgers are beyond easy, featuring just six ingredients, and will make a great addition to any tailgate this season.This recipe is courtesy of Rock & Reilly's DTLA.
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Perfect for when you’re craving oven-baked lasagna but don’t want to turn on the oven to cook, our Instant Pot recipe is a delicious take on this Italian classic. This version is layered with a quick and simple homemade ragù, which combines ground beef and sausage, making it easy on your wallet. Building the dish in a springform pan helps to release and serve the final product, and setting it on a trivet over water in the Instant Pot cooks it nice and gently
For Jews across the globe, Pesach (or Passover) is an important Jewish holiday. It pays tribute to the story of the Exodus as described in the Hebrew Bible especially in the Book of Exodus, in which the Israelites were freed, under Moses’ leadership, from slavery in Egypt during the time of the Pharoahs.
To celebrate, it’s traditional for Jewish families to gather on the first night of Passover for a special dinner called a Seder. The table is set with the finest china and silverware to reflect the importance of the meal. During this meal, the story of the Exodus from Egypt is retold using a special text called the Haggadah.
During the holiday, we observe numerous dietary restrictions, including eating unleavened bread or matzoh that has been made under strict rabbinical supervision. For my Seder, I really like to lighten both mood and spirit with flavorful, unique ingredients and playful recipes that connect all of us around the globe. This dish is great on it's own, but try using it as a filling for exotic corn tacos topped with radishes and scallions.
Recipe courtesy of Mindy Kobrin of Meals on Heels
This hamburger is anything but basic. It’s simple to make, but it’s also so juicy and flavorful that you don’t even need to top it with cheese. What's the secret ingredient in the best burger recipe ever? Bacon!
There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned hamburger — so juicy and full of flavor that you don’t even need to add cheese. If you’re a fan of this classic cookout fare, this recipe is for you. It’s simple and delicious.
Ground Beef-Stuffed Mexican Bell Peppers are an appetizing dish that will spice up any meal. Giving these pretty peppers a Mexican feel is not only pleasing to the eye, but to your palate too! Our mixture of ground beef, onions, corn, garlic, black beans, cumin, paprika, and rice is the perfect combination of flavors that give just the right Mexican feel to your entire meal.