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Grown-up burger recipes for summer

The hamburger is a summertime classic – it’s perfect for the grill and people of all ages love it. 

If you’ve grown tired of the same old beef burger day in and day out, we’ve put together three alternative grown-up recipes to enjoy instead.

Piri-Piri Chicken Burgers

Add a spicy kick to your dinner with this quick and delicious Piri-piri chickenburger recipe. Together with the smooth and creamy mayo and avocado, you get a beautiful balance of flavour that’s got just the right amount of spice.

Watercress and Mushroom Sliders

Plan a meat-free barbecue with this delicious recipe for watercress and mushroom sliders. Sliders take the traditional hamburger and give them a sophisticated update; the mushroom is flavourful while the creamy blue cheese adds some melted goodness to the equation.

Venison Burger with Blue Cheese Dressing

This tasty venison burger recipe is perfect for adventurous eaters who are looking for something out of the ordinary to serve at their next barbecue. The crispy shallots and blue cheese dressing make for delicious and grown-up topping.

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Kes
27th Jul 2017
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Great looking recipes. Apart from the actual burger and fillings, the thing that makes a good 'burger' for me, and the one thing that is often given little attention, is the actual bread or roll.
If you don't get the bread part of it right, to ensure it compliments the filling, then it's not worth the bother. Just my opinion.

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