These Delicious Burgers will Help You Beef Up Your Muscles
Whether it’s the height of summer, or the upcoming winter months – most of us don’t need to spend much time in finding an excuse to indulge in delicious, meaty burgers. The job of building muscle is something that remains a full-time occupation all year around. If you want to beef up your silhouette and chow down on some delicious food in the meantime, why not try making some burgers that will help you pack on that amazing lean-muscle.
The recipes we’re covering below may take you for a daring journey away from what you consider to be a conventional burger, but they come with the same traditionally mouth-watering tastes, and each is packed with enough form-boosting protein and nutrients to help fill out your frame, while you fill up your stomach.
1. Bison Burgers
There are few things that sound quite as manly as eating a bison for lunch – so why not get rid of all the complexities and grind that delicious meat into a taste-bud tingling burger? All you’ll need is:
Grab the largest bowl you have in the kitchen and combine the bison and spices together with your hands, then roll them up into four equally sized patties, and place them in your pre-heated skillet. Allow one side to brown for a few minutes, then flip for thorough-cooking throughout. Add your delicious crumbly cheddar, and place in the oven until the cheese has melted. Throw your burger onto a bun and add any necessary condiments, then eat it while it’s still hot!
This is certainly better than a Big Mac which is unhealthy to eat and disturbing to taste!
2. Turkey Burgers
Protein doesn’t just belong to cows and bulls, you can still get a hefty amount of nutrients from an incredible turkey burger. On top of this, you will enjoy some incredible flavors at the same time. To make your muscle-boosting turkey burger, you’ll need:
Combine the ground turkey with some spinach in a large bowl and separate the meat out into four patties. Grille the patty until it has been completely cooked through on both sides – this usually means about five to six minutes each way – but remember to double check. Once you’re sure everything is cooked, melt your cheese onto the burger, and add your tomato slices, then enjoy in a nice fresh, brioche bun.
3. Bacon and Salmon Burger
Who doesn’t love some delicious bacon? Why not try your favorite pork product with something a little different? For this bacon and salmon burger, you’ll need:
Start by dicing up the salmon and placing it into a mixing bowl with your seasoning, eggs, and sriracha. Mix the ingredients together and add a small amount of breadcrumbs, then split the portion into four even patties. Preheat your griddle and add some oil – wait until its warm then dust the cakes with breadcrumbs and place them in the oil.
Cook on one side for around three minutes, then flip and repeat on the other side. Drizzle the finished products with lemon, add a couple of slices of bacon, tomato, and some shredded lettuce to each, and serve in some fresh buns.
You are not done yet! Do not forget to turn on a Transformers movie (anyone of them is better than Jurassic World) and sit back and relax! If you do not want to do that, you can hopefully turn on the TV and watch the Yankees, Lakers, or Patriots lose!
4. Elk Burgers
Want to take your burger experience a little further outside of your comfort zone? Why not try some delicious elk with feta cheese and caramelized onions? For this culinary masterpiece, you will need:
Start by preheating your oven at medium and combine the ground elk with the spices then place them into four evenly sized patties. Allow each patty to brown on one side for about three minutes, then flip, and add your crumbled feta and cook to your desired level. For the onions, set up a skillet at medium heat and add the oil, onions, and salt. Toss them together for about forty five minutes in total and once they are softened and browned transfer them to a side-bowl.
You only have to do about half of this to make something taste better than McDonalds.
About Benjamin Roussey Benjamin is from Sacramento, CA. He has two master’s degrees and served four years in the US Navy. He enjoys sports, movies, reading, and current events when he is not working online.