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In today's Media Mix, female chefs chat about being female (and asked about it) while the New Yorker reviews food TV shows
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Spaghetti Burger, Deep-Fried Burger Spotted: In crazy burger news, Grub Street notes of a burger-topped plate of spaghetti in Boston, not to mention a burger wrapped in dough and deep-fried for gluttonous New Yorkers. [Grub Street Boston/New York]
8 Smoothies, 3 Ingredients: Easy and healthy are always good in our book. Here: eight 3-ingredient smoothies. Genius. [Buzzfeed]
Female Chefs on Being Female: Five chefs chat about why they hate or love the question, "What's it like to be a female chef?" [Eater]
New Yorker on Food TV: Non-food writer Emily Nussbaum takes a look at food television, starting with Gordon Ramsay and ending with the Barefoot Contessa. [New Yorker]
Here's a Deep-Fried Pizza Burger. Because the World Really Needed That
We've been following the folks at Philly's PYT for a while now. Their strange menu concoctions keep getting weirder &mdash remember the taco shell made from bacon, the spaghetti burger, and the beer burger? According to Eater, their latest creation combines two of America's favorite fast foods: burgers and pizza. And not just any pizza either. The Deep-Fried Ellio's Pizza Burger is made using two slices of Ellio's freezer pizza, which are breaded and deep-fried to create "buns." The patty is a giant meatball topped with enough mozzarella and provolone to melt off the sides. Forget ketchup this cheese-slathered burger is covered in marinara sauce. PYT suggests pairing the item with pizza waffle fries (pictured).
Would you try this deep-fried pizza burger?
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17 Crazy Burger Recipes
Having a simple burger is all fine and good, but one of the great things about burgers is that you can really make some fantastic creations with all sorts of toppings and fixings. This ability to do so with this otherwise simple food has given rise to some crazy burger recipes. If you are looking to make some over the top burgers on your grill, here are a few of our favorite ideas for grilling crazy burgers.
1. Maui Wowi Burger
Maui Wowi Burger
For a crazy Hawaiian themed hamburger, this one comes topped with a hot dog and a slice of pineapple.
2. Ramen Burger
For a Japanese-inspired burger that has a special Ramen noodle bun, this is a grilling recipe that is really unique.
3. Donut Bacon Cheeseburger
Donut Bacon Cheeseburger
With a donut for the bun, this crazy bacon cheeseburger is not for the faint of heart.
4. Peanut Butter Burger
Peanut Butter Burger
It might sound strange, but these peanut butter burgers have a taste that is hard to resist.
5. Ice Cream Cheese Burger
Ice Cream Cheese Burger
This is probably one of the odder combinations of sweet and savory that you will come across, but the ice cream burger is something that every grill chef should try at least once.
6. Bacon and Kimchi Burger
Bacon and Kimchi Burgers
These bacon double cheeseburgers come topped with kimchi and flavored with a spicy special sauce.
7. Sweet Potato Black Bean Burger
Sweet Potato Black Bean Burger
Made from sweet potato and black bean, this recipe proves that veggie burgers can be just as crazy as those that are made from beef.
8. Vegan Eggplant Crunchburger
Vegan Eggplant Crunchburger
This is a crunchy burger made from eggplant for vegans that still want an over the top burger.
9. Ultimate Burger Dog
This cheese-filled burger dog is looking to push your old hot dogs off the menu.
10. German Cabbage Burgers
German Cabbage Burgers
With a soft roll exterior and chopped cabbage on the inside, this crazy burger recipe will be a hit.
11. Waffle Mac & Cheese Burger
Waffle Mac & Cheese Burger
Put the hamburger buns aside and try this recipe that uses waffles made from macaroni and cheese.
12. Funnel Cake Burger with Candied Bacon, Taleggio Cheese, Strawberry Rhubarb Ketchup, & Arugula
Funnel Cake Burger with Candied Bacon, Taleggio Cheese, Strawberry Rhubarb Ketchup, & Arugula
With funnel cakes for buns and toppings like candied bacon and strawberry rhubarb, this recipe is a masterpiece of crazy burger creations.
13. Turducken Burger
Take a burger patty that is half turkey and half chicken, then top it with a fried duck egg, some country gravy and some cranberries. Put it all together and you have the Turducken burger.
14. Blueberry Venison Burger
Blueberry Venison Burger
With blueberries and venison, this is a burger that will have you wishing it would never end.
15. Deep Fried Twinkie Burger
Deep Fried Twinkie Burger
That’s right. It’s a bacon cheeseburger with deep fried Twinkies for buns.
16. Thanksgiving Dinner Burger
Thanksgiving Dinner Burger
When you try this recipe, you get an entire Thanksgiving dinner right in between your hands.
17. Spaghetti Burger
With pasta buns and sauce and cheese, this is a burger and a spaghetti dinner all in one.
These might be some crazy burger recipes, but they also come out tasting crazy good. If you love burgers and you are feeling a little adventurous, give these out of this world creations a try.
- 2 medium potatoes
- ¼ pound minced/ground pork
- 2 teaspoons finely diced white onion
- ½ teaspoon dried sage
- Salt and pepper
- 3 slices bacon
- 1 tablespoon cottage cheese (or similar)
- Chopped chives to garnish
- 1 white bread roll
- A knife was used to peel these potatoes rather than a vegetable peeler. This is down above all to personal preference but a knife carefully wielded allows far greater control over the thickness and shape of the skins.
- Slice and chop the potatoes in to fry shapes. Steep the skins and fries in cold water for at least ten minutes. Drain well, add to a plastic dish and refrigerate for half an hour.
- Fry the potatoes and skins in medium hot oil for five minutes. Drain on kitchen paper, return to the (dried) plastic box and the fridge for a further half hour.
- Mix the pork, onion, sage and a little seasoning in a bowl. Roll in to a ball, flatten to a patty and fry in a little oil over a gentle heat for about seven or eight minutes each side until done.
- When the burger is turned, add the fries and skins to hot oil to fry for about five minutes or until crisp and golden. Drain on kitchen paper, seasoning with salt and malt vinegar.
- Lift the burger to a heated plate to briefly rest. Turn the heat up under the frying pan and fry the bacon slices for about a minute each side.
- Cut open the bread roll and lightly toast on the cut sides. Lay the burger on the bottom half. Top with the bacon, cottage cheese and chopped chives before laying the top in place.
- Serve with the fries and skins arranged alongside.
Behold the deep-fried Twinkie burger!
PYT is known for shakes and burgers that go beyond the beef-patty-lettuce-tomato-bun variety: The 4-year-old restaurant comes up with surprising twists on the classic, such as the spaghetti burger and the deep-fried lasagna bun burger. Their gimmicky burgers have won them a foodie fanbase, with more than 17,000 Facebook fans following their every move.
The Twinkie burger, currently drawing drool across the Internet, is a pork-belly patty covered with cheese and bacon, with the crispy snack cakes serving as buns.
"We are really sorry about this," said the Facebook post announcing the release, "but someone had to do it."
The staff insists they don’t feel pressure to constantly come up with the next big idea. “We’re lucky here because we have a lot of really creative talent,” said bar manager Kevin McGehrin. “We just sit around and think of ideas and some are great.”
And the line of visitors — who came from all over the East Coast and Canada — proves that a food gimmick can really bring in the crowds.
So what is it about stuff like a deep-fried Twinkie burger that gets us to line up? “It’s fun!” said Dr. Marion Nestle, professor of food studies, nutrition, and public health at NYU.
“When you see a food like that, high in fat, sugar, and salt, you don’t think about calories or anything else — you think, ‘gee, this is fun!’” Dr. Nestle said. The ‘fun’ of eating makes it possible for crazes like the Cronut (a croissant/doughnut hybrid) to take hold. And then there's bragging rights on social media, which only amplifies the sensation.
Besides, points out Dr. Nestle, "You’re probably not going to eat it every day. Indulge yourself once in a while.”
Still, the health concerns of flashy, fattening foods are real, said Andrea Moss, a holistic nutrition coach at Moss Wellness in New York. Moss admits that while a single over-the-top burger seems like a fair indulgence, especially when it’s part of an otherwise healthy diet, the after-effects of eating it can be harmful.
“Later that day or the next day, you are going to have some serious sugar and salt cravings," she told TODAY.com. "It throws your whole system off.”
While Dr. Nestle’s not planning to head to Philadelphia to taste a deep-fried Twinkie burger, she won’t judge somebody who wants to give it a shot. “These things are not poison. Eating one will not kill you on the spot unless you’re unlucky. If you do in fact eat vegetables later on, it’ll balance out.”
Langos And Burger? – Try “Deep Fried Burger” At Korzo In Brooklyn, NY – Video!
Do you like Langos? Of course, who doesn’t like that? What about burgers… of course everybody loves burgers. Now, imagine the perfect mixture and the amazing taste of these two delicious meals together.
If you like to discover “gastronomic inventions” you have to visit the Korzo in Brooklyn, New York, and ask for the Deep Fried Burger. By the way Korzo’s husband-and-wife duo stay true to their Eastern European roots by dishing up Slovak-inspired comfort foods like fried burgers. Try the Slav: a brisket-short rib patty that’s topped with beer-braised pork, sheep cheese and juniper berry-studded sauerkraut, then enveloped in Hungarian langos dough and fried.
Langos, the Hungarian fried bread is made according to Maria’s four generation old family recipe, making it unforgettably different from the basic Mittle European street version. Otto makes the Korzo Mustard in the house from organic Saskatchewan seeds soaked in Korzo Organic Ale (which he brews in cooperation with Peak Organic Brewing Company). The Korzo Burger gets a tender layer of that mustard, along with apple-smoked organic bacon — all of which are wrapped in the Langos dough and deep fried.
If you get hungry for some Eastern European food, Slovakian and Hungarian taste don’t hesitate to try Korzo’s Deep Fried Burger at 667 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215.
The final product was meaty, and savory, and tangy, and a little spicy, and a lot garlicky — exactly like good meat sauce should be.
Unlike my experience with Impossible's burger, making and eating a meat sauce with the Impossible beef was nearly identical to the experience of making that sauce with actual ground beef.
Most importantly of all, the end result was actually identical — a crucially important line to cross for Impossible Foods, which is trying to convert meat-eaters more than vegetarians.
For me, another crucially important line was crossed: My wife and I both went back to the pot for seconds.
Gourmet burger and unbelievable onion rings
For the onion rings, heat the vegetable oil in a deep, heavy-bottomed pan until a bread crumb sizzles and turns brown when dropped into it. (CAUTION: hot oil can be dangerous. Do not leave unattended.)
Place the separated rings of sliced onion into a large bowl with the buttermilk to soak for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Place the flour, polenta, salt, freshly ground black pepper and chilli powder into a clean bowl and mix well. Transfer the mixture to a large plate.
Take individual onion rings from the buttermilk, making sure there's lots of buttermilk clinging to the onion.
Dredge each ring in the flour and polenta mixture and set aside, taking care not to shake off any excess flour and polenta coating.
Carefully add the coated rings to the hot oil in batches of six and fry, stirring occasionally, for 3-4 minutes, or until crisp and golden. (The rings may sink to the bottom at first, but will then float to the top as they cook.)
Carefully remove the rings with a slotted spoon and drain on kitchen paper. Repeat the deep-frying process until all of the onion rings are cooked.
For the burger, place the mince into a bowl and season well with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
Divide the mince into four and mould each piece into a patty shape.
Brush each patty with the olive oil and place onto a hot griddle pan. Cook for four minutes on each side, or until completely cooked through.
Place a burger inside each focaccia bun. Spoon over mayonnaise, to taste, and garnish with lettuce, tomato and gherkins.
To serve, place the onion rings into a large bowl and sprinkle with salt. Place a small bowl of balsamic vinegar alongside to dip into.
10 More Deep Fried Food Recipes
Nothing comforts you better than a delicious deep fried dish. Back by popular demand, here are 10 more best deep fried recipes whenever you are looking for a delicious, crispy meal.
00:04 – Fried Mozzarella Pizza Bombs
01:11 – Nacho Fried Chicken Dippers
02:43 – Chicken Fajita Onion Rings
03:41 – Loaded Camembert Fries
04:19 – Cheeseburger Mozzarella Sticks
05:19 – Pizza Croquettes
07:00 – Fried Lasagna Nuggets
08:14 – Deep Fried Ice Cream Apple Pie
09:03 – Deep Fried Calzones
09:43 – Deep Fried Burger
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