30 of the Greatest Blogs Highlighting Burger Recipes for All Tastes

Who doesn’t love to sink their teeth into a delicious juicy burger, especially during the summertime? Grilling burgers is one of the quintessential activities of summer, and everyone can enjoy one – even the vegetarians! These 30 blogs are packed with all sorts of burger recipes that will suit any taste, and are sure to be a hit during your next backyard grilling session.

Vegan/Vegetarian

Despite their reputations, not all burgers are greasy, unhealthy, calorie bombs that can wreck your diet. In fact, they don’t even have to have meat! Mushrooms, beans and grains are all used to make vegan and vegetarian burgers that you can enjoy guilt-free, and these six blog articles are full of different recipes you can try.

Beef

Whether you’re making sliders or the ½ pound behemoth burger, there’s no shortage of beef burger recipes to try. From basic burgers seasoned only with salt and pepper to burgers stuffed with cheese, the sky really is the limit when it comes to your  next burger creation. Try out the recipes on these six blog posts for plenty of beef burger concoctions.

Turkey

If you’re looking for a good, meaty burger without the fat that comes with the traditional beef, turkey is your best bet. Worried that this lean cut will lack flavor? You shouldn’t be. These six blog entries have taken the ordinary turkey burger and turned it into something extraordinary. In fact, they’re so good, you won’t even miss the beef!

Lamb

It’s not every day that you get a lamb burger, making them quite a tasty treat. This cut of meat cooks quickly, so you’ll want to monitor your lamb burgers closely to avoid overcooking them. However, when cooked right, lamb burgers are a gourmet twist on a classic backyard favorite.  Check out these six blog articles for lamb burger recipes you’re sure to enjoy. 

Pork

Ground pork tends to be more fatty than other ground meats, making it perfect for a delicious, juicy burger. To ensure pork burgers hold together when you grill them, chill the burgers before cooking. Coleslaw makes the perfect topping or side dish for a pork burger, and you’ll find recipes for both with the help of these six blog posts.

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