Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Southern Comfort Glazed Mushroom Burger



Southern Comfort Glazed Mushroom Burger | Cooking on the Front Burner #recipes #burger

It's grilling time!  All day at work I was trying to decide what to make for dinner that would be easy and keep the kitchen cool (it's been a super hot week)!  I kept coming back to a recipe I had seen at my friend Lisa's blog Cooking with Curls.  It was a yummy glaze made with Jack Daniels.

So after work, I made a quick stop at Target to get some ingredients I needed knowing I had a bottle of Jack Daniels at the house.  Well when I got home, I discovered we didn't have any but the DIY Guy suggested using Southern Comfort instead.  I think it made for a good substitution.

Southern Comfort Glazed Mushroom Burger

by Deb Attinella
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes

Ingredients (3 burgers)
    Burger
    • 1 lb ground beef (I use 85/15)
    • 1/4 cup minced baby bella mushrooms
    • 1 Tbl worcestershire sauce
    • S&P
    • (if desired add 1 Tbl minced shallots)
    • 6 oz. baby bella mushrooms sliced and fried
    • 3 slices baby swiss cheese
    • hamburger rolls
    Glaze
    • 6 oz. Southern Comfort
    • 3/4 packed dark brown sugar
    • 1/4 cup honey
    • 1 1/2 tsp molasses
    • 1 1/2 tsp worcestershire sauce
    • dash pepper
    Instructions
    Burger
    1. Combine the ground beef, mushrooms, sauce, S&P (and shallots) and press into 3 equal size patties
    2. Preheat grill
    3. Cook burgers until done; add cheese and let melt
    Glaze
    1. Combine all glaze ingredients in a small sauce pan and bring to boil; let simmer for 25 minutes
    Assembly
    1. Place cooked burger on bun, top with mushrooms and drizzle with glaze
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    Southern Mushroom Glazed Mushroom Burger | Cooking on the Front Burner #burger #recipes


    If you aren't a fan of the glaze:

    Mushroom Burger | Cooking on the Front Burner #burger

    And if you are:

    Mushroom Burger | Cooking on the Front Burner #burger

    We also had a simple salad - fresh cut tomatoes and cucumbers tossed with S&P, red wine vinegar and olive oil.  A nice dinner for a hot night!

    Tomato and Cucumber Salad | Cooking on the Front Burner #salad #summer


    And in case you missed it - I did a guest post yesterday at White Lights on Wednesday.  Have you ever had dessert with bacon?  If you are curious, hop on over!! 

    14 comments:

    1. Perfect dinner for any night! Looks fantastic Deb!

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    2. Yum! I will have to try Southern Comfort next time, but still no mushrooms for me :) I love how bright your pictures are!!!

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    3. OMGOSH!! This burger looks amazing, Deb! Like I seriously want one RIGHT NOW and I am not even hungry, lol! ;)

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    4. Oh wow does this look DELICIOUS! If I hadn't just stuffed myself with dinner, I would be hungry for this ;) What a tasty recipe, Deb!

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    5. Looks like a fabulous recipe. I love a new good burger recipe. Stopped by as a result of the Grow Your Blog link party. Although I have stopped by before and follow and like you already. :) visit me on fb, pinterest and my blog at denisedesigned if you haven't already. would appreciate. thanks.

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    6. Deb, this burger looks absolutely delicious! I love mushrooms, too! Thanks for sharing - pinning and buffering. Hope you are having a wonderful week!

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    7. Deb, I love this. It's such a bummer that my Love doesn't enjoy mushrooms.

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    8. This looks so tasty with all those mushrooms, and that glaze sounds unbelievable. Wonderful recipe!

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    9. The perfect burger! It's a very creative recipe that sounds fantastic!! Thanks for sharing...

      -Shannon

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    10. looks WAY better than the restaurant!! thanks for lining to Wake Up Wednesdays

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    11. This looks nothing short of mouth watering. This recipe is destined to be on the menu for my home next week!

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    12. Now I am going to have to fix a hamburger for lunch and definitely do the glaze. Visiting from weekend retreat.

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    13. Deb, this is absolutely, positively beyond amazing! I would love to sit down to this tonight!

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