Top Rated Hamburger Recipes

Juicy Lucy
When I was growing up, my mom always made us cheeseburgers with cheese stuffed inside of the burger rather than slicing it on top. It wasn't until much later that I discovered this wasn't just a Chevriere family thing but an actual style of cheeseburger, called a Juicy Lucy. Regardless of what you call it, it's delicious. (And I would also recommend experimenting with other types of cheese besides Cheddar, like blue cheese or taleggio.)
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Hamburger Imbottiti (Stuffed Hamburgers)
Even the Italians love hamburgers. But in the Italian culture it cannot be only about meat. The Italian meal needs to have balance, so the addition of a little vegetable and a little cheese rounds out this meaty meal. For the record, the Italian-Mediterranean diet is the ideal diet because of its diversity and moderation. Click here to see the rest of Lidia Bastianich's Independence Day menu.
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Healthy Homemade Hamburger Helper
I am not ashamed to say that as a child, I loved Hamburger Helper. I loved it so much that I specifically requested it at a sleepover, a story my family friend has never let me forget. Apparently, I told her that my mother makes this wonderful dish that I thought everyone would love for dinner — the illustrious Hamburger Helper. So when we were presented with the challenge of making a healthy grain recipe, my very first thought was to make my own healthy and frankly, upgraded, version of Hamburger Helper. My first hurdle was the name. Everyone I told had the same (shocking, to me) reaction of semi-disgust and disbelief. But I persevered and I’m glad I did. I used ground turkey, whole-wheat fusilli, grated Parmesan, a touch of heavy cream and butter, and garlic to put together a completely tasty, creamy, satisfying dish. Think of it this way: It’s almost like a turkey Bolognese replacing the tomato stew-like base with creamy cheesy goodness. (Jury’s still out on a new name.) The saltiness of the Parmesan and the slight sweetness of chopped tomatoes worked so nicely alongside the lightness of the lean ground turkey and the creaminess of the whole thing made it feel slightly indulgent while still being healthy. That my boyfriend got up from the table and went for seconds should be testimony enough. 
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Hamburger Sauce: Salsa all’Americana
Ketchup is the all-American condiment, but instead of squeezing the bottle, try making your own version. Note that this recipe can easily be doubled and the ketchup will keep in the refrigerator for a week or so. Click here to see the rest of Lidia Bastianich's Independence Day menu.
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Fans of hamburgers, rejoice! This dish incorporates your favorite meat with a little extra kick.
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If you are not keen about fast food but still get a craving, make a fresh Big Mac at Home!
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This burger recipe offers an elegant twist on the classic juicy Lucy, stuffing the ground beef with gorgonzola cheese and seasoning it with A-1 steak sauce, Cajun seasoning, and Worcestershire sauce. 
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A fully — and hamburger — loaded potato satisfies any burger craving and keeps it gluten-free. 
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Hamburger Baked Bean Casserole
I honestly think versions of this recipe have been around for a gazillion years. If I'm not mistaken my mom made it for us as kids, too; dishes like this were our idea of "Hamburger Helper." It is requisite that it be served with corn muffins and in keeping with my trip down memory lane I made some from a box of Jiffy mix. No judging!
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Alton Brown shared with us his secret for the ultimate Thanksgiving sandwich, devlied eggs. To make the sandwich, we started with preparing an egg salad with the deviled eggs and then we combined that with Thanksgiving leftover staples like turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce.  For more turkey talk, visit The Daily Meal's Ultimate Guide to Thanksgiving!
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The Cadillac Burger
This burger is all about the classic ingredients — just a fresh ground beef patty, good old yellow American cheese, lettuce, tomato, and onion, and for the "Cadillac" touch, a little bit of hickory-smoked bacon. Eating in style doesn't always have to involve exotic ingredients.See all hamburger recipes.Click here to see Chefs' Favorite Burger Recipes.
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Kick your barbeque standards up a notch with this one-of-a-kind creamy blend of sweet and tangy that can’t go unnoticed. Celebrate summer with a side of awesome served a whole new way. With the bold, tangy flavors, be proud to show guests how you break the rules of slaw by taking it from the side of the plate to the top – the top of the burger, that is. 
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