Wednesday, November 14, 2012


So, I have leftover buns from the Miami burger I made, so we will just have to have burgers again.  I figured we loved the Miami Burger, why not make the first burger in the cookbook, Bobby Flay's Bold Flavors, the Crunchburger!  Before I even ate it, I didn't like 3 things: no pickles (sacrilege!), no ketchup, and American Cheese.  I hate to say that despite missing my one crucial burger ingredient, pickles, I still liked it a lot.  I have always liked potato chips on a sandwich, and I have been known to put french fries on a burger, so this wasn't a big stretch for me.  My son adored it! My poor hubby is sick, but even he managed to be somewhat enthusiastic about it;). The only change was the buns, but I was making this to use up those extra 4 buns I had left over.  Oh and I forgot the romaine, but only I missed that.


1.5 lbs of Ground Chuck (or turkey)
Kosher Salt and Freshly Ground Black Pepper
1.5 Tbsp Canola Oil
8 Slices American Cheese
4 Hamburger Buns (Potato was recommended) split and toasted
4 Leaves Romaine Lettuce
4 Slices Tomato
4 Slices Red Onion
Horseradish Mustard Mayonnaise (recipe follows)
4 Hand fulls of Potato Chips

Horseradish Mustard Mayonnaise
1/4 cup mayonnaise
2 Tbsp Dijon Mustard
2 Tbsp Drained Prepared Horseradish
Kosher Salt and fresh ground Black Pepper

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