10 Great Burgers

Fire up the grill and try one of these burger ideas from Food Network Magazine.

Photo By: Tina Rupp

Photo By: Tina Rupp

Photo By: Tina Rupp

Photo By: Tina Rupp

Photo By: Tina Rupp

Photo By: Tina Rupp

Photo By: Tina Rupp

Photo By: Tina Rupp

Photo By: Tina Rupp

Photo By: Tina Rupp

Bacon Cheese (No. 4)

The secret to melting the cheddar cheese just right on this Bacon Cheese Burger is to add two slices during the last minute of cooking.

Sliders (No. 7)

Short on time? Keep it quick with these bite-size burgers. Top with Swiss, pickles and ketchup for a perfect summertime snack.

Juicy Lucy (No. 8)

If you're all about cheese, then this classic burger with a twist is just for you. Form two flat patties and lay slices of American cheese between before cooking.

Huntsman (No. 15)

Who says a burger has to be served between two buns? Use a toasted English muffin to sandwich a juicy meat patty topped with Huntsman cheese (a layered English Double Gloucester cheddar and Stilton).

Hoisin Burger (No. 23)

Serve up a burger with an Asian spin. Soy sauce, hoisin sauce, rice wine and honey give this patty a sweet and tangy finish.

Chipotle Corn (No. 32)

Corn, salsa, onion, tomato and cilantro give this burger a fresh burst of flavor. Serve on a crusty bun for extra texture.

Thai Pork (No. 34)

Switch up your burger routine by using pork. Carrots, red onion, chili sauce and slaw add crunch with just a touch of heat.

Creole Crab (No. 38)

Take a trip to the Bayou with this Creole mustard-seasoned crab cake. Add just a dash of lemon juice, honey and cayenne for a bit of spicy sweetness in each bite.

Salmon (No. 44)

Give burgers an upgrade by making patties out of salmon and breadcrumbs. It's like a croquette, but better because it's topped with sauteed spinach and mayo mixed with mustard.

California (No. 48)

This classic California-style burger is made with sprouts, cucumber, tomato and avocado.

See the full list: 50 Burger Recipes