Vegetables – that’s how you make a Burger into a healthy meal … right? Piling deliciously fresh veggies atop a Burger gives it more dynamic flavors and also makes it all the more photogenic. Avocado adds a cool, smooth, buttery element; pickles add tang and crunch. For the spice lovers, jalapeños are where it’s at. If you dream hard enough, you can probably find a way to use just about any vegetable on your Burger.
For this year’s Burger Trends Report, we surveyed a wide swath of experts in the food industry to find out what makes people tick in 2016 when it comes to Burgers. The data regarding vegetable toppings was interesting to say the least.
Includes: Two Schweid & Sons Butcher’s Blend patties, Cheddar and American cheese, Sichuan chili topped with onion rings.
Includes: Smoked pickled jalapeño mayo, Cheddar cheese, jalapeño bacon, and fried jalapeños.
Includes: American cheese on a toasted sandwich bun with lettuce, tomato, onion and pickles on the side.
Includes: Grilled, topped with Boursin and caramelized onions.
Includes: Lettuce, tomato, onion, and pickle.
Includes: Smokehouse bacon, guacamole, and pepper jack cheese.
Includes: Hand-packed Certified Angus Beef, choice of cheese, griddled bun, with sautéed cremini mushrooms, caramelized red onions, and Applewood smoked bacon.
Includes: A half-pound of never frozen Certified Angus Beef, habañero cheese, grilled pineapple slice, jalapeños, lettuce, tomato, onions, and teriyaki sauce on a potato bun.
Includes: Schweid & Sons 5.3oz never frozen all beef Burger, American cheese , tomatoes, banana peppers, jalapeños, red onion, lettuce, and smoky chipotle sauce.