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Types of Burger Buns

Bacon Blue Cheese Burger With Caramelized Onions
Bacon Blue Cheese Burger With Caramelized Onions

While the onions and bacon are cooking, mix the ground beef, worcestershire sauce, siracha, cumin, and salt and pepper together in a large bowl until well blended. Shape the mixture into patties that are about 1 inch in height and 5 inches across. It is okay if they are wider than the buns, the patties will shrink when they’re cooked.

Canyon Creek Burger
Canyon Creek Burger

Inspired by Ted's Montana Grill in Denver, CO, the Canyon Creek Burger is savory, sweet, and spicy. Totally decadent.

Cheddar Jalapeño Chicken Burgers With Guacamole
Cheddar Jalapeño Chicken Burgers With Guacamole

Add the chicken to a large bowl and toss in the onion, cilantro, garlic, jalapeño, cumin, paprika, lime juice, cheddar, salt and …

Chicken Caesar Burger
Chicken Caesar Burger

Originally published as Chicken Caesar Burgers in Cooking for 2 Summer 2009, p17 Nutritional Facts 1 each: 322 calories, 12g fat (4g saturated …

Chipotle Turkey Burgers With Southwestern Slaw
Chipotle Turkey Burgers With Southwestern Slaw

A juicy burger given a little kick from chipotle peppers in adobo sauce and a tangy slaw also enhanced with a bit of the adobo sauce made for a wonderfully satisfying meal especially with a toasted sourdough roll. The fixings—pepper jack cheese, red onion, tomatoes, avocado and grilled green peppers–completed the southwestern …

Ciabatta Roll
Ciabatta Roll

While the hamburger patties are grilling, place the Ciabatta buns on the grill and heat until nice grill marks form; remove from grill. Place prepared onions on grilled ciabatta buns. Then layer lettuce leaves, hamburger patties, tomato slices, and more onions if desired.

English Muffin
English Muffin

English muffins are the perfect burger bun because they’re light but dense, just doughy enough, and the bottom half is strong enough to hold up to even the juiciest burger (even butcher king Pat LaFrieda swears by them; he heats them up whole in the oven in order to keep the inside soft).

Kaiser Roll
Kaiser Roll

I own a burger joint in San Diego. I use kaiser buns for my burgers now. I started off with white sesame seed, but they never really held up well to our big burger, so I switched.

Onion Roll
Onion Roll

To make the filling: Melt the butter in a frying pan, add the onion, and …

Potato Roll
Potato Roll

Super light, fluffy, yet sturdy homemade Potato Burger …

Pretzel Roll
Pretzel Roll

Pretzel Hamburger Buns Posted on August 27, 2013 by Sheryl December 8, 2017 Whenever there’s a pretzel hamburger bun on a menu I always order it. Now I can have them at home too! These pretzel hamburger …

Sesame Seed Bun
Sesame Seed Bun

Brush tops with a little of the egg white (you won't use it all), then sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake at 425 degrees for 10 minutes, then reduce heat to 350 degrees and bake for about another 5 minutes. Remove …

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Sliced Bread
Sliced Bread

Before the hamburger bun, there was toast, and thus, the hamburger sandwich. Some places have kept on with the tradition. Connecticut's Louis' Lunch has been doing it for at least 100 years.

Taco Burgers
Taco Burgers

Rated 3 out of 5 by marie2511 from A good burger but too much taco …

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