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Drew's Bread Pancakes - An Atkins Low-Carb Bun Substitute

Made specifically for low-carb diets, this batter is very versatile for making hamburger or hot dog "bun-pancakes". Use two pancakes for each hamburger bun. Use one rolled pancake for a hot dog bun. - Similiar recipes
Jalapeno-cheese Hamburger Buns Recipe

Jalapeno-cheese Hamburger Buns Recipe

A great alternative to a regular hamburger bun. It holds condiments well. This bun also can be used for fantastic sandwiches. Prep:90m - Similiar recipes

Flint's Original Coney Island

I've lived in Flint, Michigan my entire life, and I was brought up on Coneys. The recipe has always been kept "top secret", and every restaurant has a slightly different version. But my friend's grandmother opened and ran one of Flint's top Coney Island restaurants for many years, and she gave me this recipe. The original recipe calls for beef kidney, heart and suet. But guess what? That's what hot dogs are made from! That's why ground hot dogs are a good substitution. I've tried and tasted many copycat recipes for Coney sauce, but I'm convinced that this one is the best. Coneys are traditionally served using a steamed hot dog bun, a koegel vienna hot dog (any vienna hotdog will do) then topped with the sauce, yellow mustard and finely chopped onions. Yum!The friend also noted that if it tastes like something is missing.. add more cumin. By the way, Koegel Viennas are now available to order online! - Similiar recipes

Sticky Beef Sandwich

"This is a great (easy) recipe that you can use with left over steak. Serve on a hamburger bun. With only a few ingredients you'll have a great sandwich. My family is very picky about what they eat, but when we have this everyone cleans their plate. Shred the cooked steak in a blender." - Similiar recipes
Yummy Lemon Salmon Burgers

Yummy Lemon Salmon Burgers

"A quick, delicious and nutritious way of serving up canned salmon. You can enjoy this with or without the dressing, in a hamburger bun, or with a salad." - Similiar recipes
Pennsylvania Coal Region Barbecue

Pennsylvania Coal Region Barbecue

"This is a wonderful staple of the Pennsylvania Coal Region. It's the traditional 'sweet and sour'. Delicious on a hamburger bun." - Similiar recipes

OMG Good Nut Burgers

"Yummy, rich-tasting, filling, addictive texture. I WAY prefer this to a hamburger any day!! And I am no vegetarian, by any means. I took one bite of this, and said.. Oh My Gosh... this is incredible!!! I could easily swear off beef burgers for these! Place on lettuce, top with a slice of cheese, and serve with Thousand Island dressing, with or without a bun. OMG! So good!" - Similiar recipes

North Carolina Pulled Pork

Editor's note: The recipe and introductory text below are from The Barbecue! Bible 10th Anniversary Edition, by Steven Raichlen. To read more about Raichlen and barbecue, go to our feature The Best Barbecue in the U.S.A.\r\n\r\nBarbecue means different things to different people in different parts of the country. In North Carolina it means pork, or more precisely smoked pork shoulder, that has been grilled using the indirect method until it's fall-off-the-bone tender, then pulled into meaty shreds with fingers or a fork. Doused with vinegar sauce and eaten with coleslaw on a hamburger bun, it's one of the most delicious things on the planet, and it requires only one special ingredient: patience.\r\n\r\nMy friend and barbecue buddy Elizabeth Karmel makes some of the best pork shoulder I've ever tasted. Elizabeth comes from Greensboro, North Carolina, where she grew up on pulled pork. Her secret is to cook the pork to an internal temperature of 195°F—higher than is recommended by most books. But this is the temperature needed for the pork to separate easily into the fine, moist, tender shreds characteristic of true Carolina barbecue. Elizabeth doesn't use a rub, although many of her compatriots do. (I personally like a rub, but I've made it optional in the recipe.) \r\n\r\nA true pork shoulder includes both the Boston butt (the upper part of the leg with the shoulder blade) and the picnic ham (the actual foreleg), a cut of meat that weighs fourteen to eighteen pounds in its entirety and is used chiefly at professional barbecue competitions. The recipe here calls for Boston butt alone (five to six pounds), which, thanks to its generous marbling, gives you superb barbecue. The appropriate beverage for all this? Cold beer or Cheerwine (a sweet red soda pop). - Similiar recipes

Beef and Brie Triple Layer Sandwich

This sandwich goes well with most breads, but is best on a nice hamburger bun with sesame seeds. - Similiar recipes

Chili - Oamc

This is a basic chili recipe, no frills nothing special. I've learned that this is fantastic to keep in the freezer... Chili, chili burgers, chili hot dogs... possibilites are endless. I love this for a quick chili burger, I fry up a burger patty on the foreman grill, put it on half a hamburger bun, put chili on it, onions on it and shredded cheddar cheese on it. UBER yummy and takes about 8 minutes to make. - Similiar recipes

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