Fried Green Tomato Burgers

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You will love this unique take on burgers with fried green tomato burgers. This is a wonderful Southern burger that has tangy fried green tomatoes, bacon and some thousand island dressing drizzled overtop. The recipe starts with fresh garden green tomatoes. This is a recipe that you can take advantage of the tomatoes while they are still green, for a different tasty burger idea you are sure to love. If you've never had fried green tomatoes, then this burger is sure to be a real treat. The green tomatoes have a nice tang, and the thousand island dressing makes it a bit like a diner burger. For this burger recipe, you will prepare the ground chuck with some Worcestershire sauce and salt and grill them like you normally would. For the fried green tomato, you want to slice the tomato into 1/4 inch slices. Set aside some self-rising cornmeal mix with some added seasonings. The tomatoes will then be dipped both sides in beaten egg, and dredged in the cornmeal mixture. Then the tomatoes fried in a medium nonstick skillet, with about 1/4 inch of oil or bacon grease (from the fried bacon).

Worcestershire sauce is an ingredient that is often added to good hamburger meat recipes. Worcestershire sauce is a liquid condiment in that is made primarily through the process of fermenting. Worcestershire sauce is usually used as a flavoring for beef and other meat based dishes, Caesar salad recipes and hamburgers, along with cocktail beverage recipes. Worcestershire sauce is most often made of anchovies, garlic, molasses, spices, and onion, along with a mixture of other ingredients that may include vinegar. The history of Worcestershire sauce is uncertain, but it is thought to have first been invented by English Pharmacists by the name of John Lea and William Perrins, in England’s Worcester, in Worcestershire, Europe. The condiment was sold commercially by them starting in the year 1838 under the Lea & Perrins brand.

Nutrition Facts for: Fried Green Tomato Burgers from Lady Behind the Curtain

Ingredients: Ground chuck, Worcestershire sauce, seasoned salt, Monterey Jace cheese, bacon, Kaiser rolls, cornmeal, all-purpose flour, egg, green tomato.

* The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings.

* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet

* Per Serving: Calories 810, Calories from Fat 403, Total Fat 44.8g 69%, Saturated Fat 16.9g 85%, Cholesterol 179mg 60%, Sodium 3297mg 137%, Potassium 673mg 19%, Carbohydrates 48.7g 16%, Dietary Fiber 2.7g 11%, Sugars 4.0g, Protein 50.0g, Vitamin A 10%, Vitamin C 4%, Calcium 29%, Iron 30%

When it comes to making quick and easy recipe with hamburger meat, it's always a good idea to get ground beef that comes from happy cows which is a term for cows that are grass fed and are not fed with corn or soy based diet. The grass fed cows have a diet that is full of nutrient-rich grasses and pasture forage plus its better when cows have been able to get plenty of outdoor time to graze and get some fresh air. You are what you eat so when consuming beef it is better to eat cows that are raised as naturally as possible. Thank you to Sheryl at the recipe blog the "Lady Behind the Curtain" for sharing this quick and easy recipes with hamburger meat for fried green tomato burgers. This is just one of the easy hamburger meat recipes you will find on the site. Some of the food recipes you will find on the site include holiday ideas, beverage recipes, side dish, main dish recipes, easy hamburger meat recipes, good hamburger meat recipes, sandwich recipes and so much more. *

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