Lettuce, tomato, and onion all provide texture and flavor to a burger in a bun, with lettuce and tomato providing a pleasant crunch and onion contributing both texture and flavor.
Occasionally, a classic cannot be surpassed. For many, a burger is not a true burger until it is topped with a piece of cheese, such as cheddar or Monterey Jack.
Bacon is a terrific addition to a burger since the flavors complement each other so well, and if cooked until crispy, it also adds a little of texture.
This yields a sauce that is creamy, acidic, and somewhat sweet. Absolute perfection atop a burger.
BBQ sauce, which imparts sweetness and smokiness to a burger, is another favorite burger condiment. Just ideal with flame-grilled, barbecued hamburgers.
Why limit yourself to one topping? Bacon and cheese are a terrific combination that elevates a burger to the next level.
A variant of a bacon-and-cheese topping that draws inspiration from French cuisine, the result is a creamy, salty, sour, and crispy burger topping that is just a touch different while yet appealing to a broad audience.
This "breakfast burger" has been increasingly popular over the years, especially when topped with a properly cooked egg that is ever-so-slightly runny and crispy bacon.
Pulled pork is becoming increasingly popular as a burger topper, and it offers an abundance of sweet and salty flavor.
Putting a touch of a Scottish flair to your burger makes it instantly more full and peppery, and we welcome any opportunity to employ our family's haggis recipe in our cuisine.
If you are hesitant to add haggis to your burger, black pudding is an excellent alternative. It adds a lot of flavor and is very satisfying.
Onions contribute a great deal of flavor, and freshly cooked onion rings contribute a wonderful amount of texture.