32 NFL-Inspired Burger Recipes

By NFL Homegating, Special for USDR

With the NFL season underway, NFL Homegating is calling all grill masters to grab their aprons and turn up the heat. Angie Mar, Chopped “Grill Masters” Champion, NFL Homegating “Burger Maestro,” and Chef and Owner of New York’s celebrated Beatrice Inn, has tapped her culinary expertise, love for mouth-watering burgers and enthusiasm for NFL Homegating to create 32 diverse and delicious burger recipes, inspired by each NFL market, for fans across the country to cook and enjoy with their friends and family on game day.

An NFL Homegating party is an authentic celebration of food, drink, tradition and fun with friends and family that brings the celebration and tradition of a stadium tailgate to the comfort of home. The NFL Homegating product line includes team branded cookware, drinkware, serve ware and décor designed to transform any home into a game watching headquarters and help fans show their team spirit all year  round.

Mar’s creative and easy-to-follow recipes vary from sweet and savory to unusual and exotic. Each recipe incorporates an element of each team’s hometown, with signature ingredients representative of the region.

Here’s a snapshot of all 32 unique NFL Homegating burger recipes:

  • Arizona: “Southwest Slam,” featuring diced jalapeños, crumbled cotijia cheese and chopped tomatillos
  • Atlanta:  “The Dirty Bird,” featuring Cajun seasoning, American cheese and bacon on breaded chicken breasts
  • Baltimore:  “Baltimore Harbor Master,” featuring soft shell crabs and cheese
  • Buffalo: “Buffalo Winger,” featuring Bison burger patties, buffalo wing sauce, celery and bleu cheese
  • Carolina:  “Carolina Pork Primer,” featuring boneless pork chops, pickled onions and barbeque sauce
  • Chicago:  “Chicago Classic,” featuring beef patties, pickles, beefsteak tomatoes and cheese
  • Cincinnati:  “Cincinnati Chili Burger,” featuring patties made of ground beef and chili, dark chocolate and cinnamon
  • Cleveland:  “Dawgpound,” featuring kielbasa links, sauerkraut and barbeque sauce
  • Dallas:  “The All-American,” featuring diced jalapeños, hot sauce, hickory smoked barbeque sauce and cole slaw
  • Denver:  “Colorado Crush,” featuring queso fresco, chopped jalapeños and cilantro
  • Detroit:  “Motor City Mother Lode,” featuring horseradish-aged cheddar and hickory-smoked bacon on an English muffin
  • Green Bay:  “Cheesehead’s Delight,” featuring a fresh cranberry glaze, arugula and Wisconsin aged cheddar
  • Houston:  “Bulls on Parade,” featuring beef patties, nacho cheese and chunky red salsa on challah rolls
  • Indianapolis:  “Indy Insanity,” featuring veal patties, horseradish mayonnaise and beer-braised onions
  • Jacksonville:  “Jacksonville Delight,” featuring alligator meat, adobo mayonnaise, peaches and white cheddar
  • Kansas City:  “KC Cook-Out Burger,” featuring brisket basted in spicy molasses topped with flavorful potato salad
  • Los Angeles:  “LA Pacific Perfection,” featuring classic condiments, pickles, American cheese and sesame buns
  • Miami:  “Crispy Cuban,” featuring pork, ham, Swiss cheese and pickles
  • Minnesota:  “Minnesota Muncher,” featuring flavorful onions, Cambazola Black Label cheese and grilled potato buns
  • New England:  “The Colonial,” featuring lobster, hot sauce and celery
  • New Orleans:  “Big Easy Burger,” featuring crawfish, red beans, cayenne pepper and andouille sausage
  • New York:  “New York Melt,” featuring dry-aged beef, pastrami and fresh thyme on thick-cut rye, and the “New York Colossal Crunch,” featuring beefsteak tomato, crispy bacon and potato chips
  • Oakland:  “Blackhole Burger,” featuring brie, grilled onions and a squid ink aioli
  • Philadelphia:  “The Philly Remix,” featuring dry-aged ribeye, tellegio cheese and spicy calabrese peppers
  • Pittsburgh:  “Steel City Stacker,” featuring fried eggs and D’affinois cheese on a brioche bun
  • San Diego:  “San Diego Seaside Burger,” featuring beer-battered halibut, crushed tomatillo, corn and cilantro
  • San Francisco:  “Bay Area Burger,” featuring crab cakes, chopped cornichon and pickled onions on a sourdough English muffin
  • Seattle:  “Seattle Sauerkraut Slam,” featuring patties made of pork, veal and beef; Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and potato chips
  • Tampa Bay:  “The Tampa Bay Roll,” featuring Swiss cheese, kimchi and a sourdough roll
  • Tennessee:  “The Tennessee Brisket Burger,” featuring brisket, barbeque sauce, and bread and butter pickles on flaky biscuits
  • Washington, D.C.:  “Orchard Burger,” featuring avocado, gruyere cheese, diced apples and cole slaw

Each of the 32 burger recipes are available on the NFL Homegating Pinterest board and include easy-to-follow directions for crafting the perfect burger to take your NFL Homegating party to the next level or for celebrating your team on any day of the year.

Fans can prepare ingredients on the Touchdown Cutting Board, then fire up the grill in the NFL Homegating Grilling Apron. Then, display the perfectly crafted burger on a team branded Ceramic Plate, and serve it up with your favorite beverage in a Glass Tankard.

Discover additional recipes, entertaining tricks and more ways to keep the party going in style on the NFL Homegating Pinterestboard. Show them off at your next NFL Homegating party with your favorite team products available at NFLShop.com/Homegating.

About Angie  Mar
Angie Mar has spent most of her life around the world of food. A native of Seattle, Washington, she comes from a family of food lovers and restaurateurs. She has since had the privilege of spending time in some of New York City’s renowned kitchens, including honing her skills at whole animal butchery and open fire techniques at Andrew Tarlow’s lauded Brooklyn restaurants Reynard, Diner, and Marlow & Sons.  Angie went on to work under the guidance of April Bloomfield and her team at The Spotted Pig, where she learned an unparalleled dedication to perfection and a love of simplicity, affording her the skills and confidence to run her own kitchen. In October 2013, Angie took the helm of storied West Village restaurant, The Beatrice Inn. Under Angie’s guidance and vision, The Beatrice has become one of the most coveted reservations in the city, known for its meat forward menu and show-stopping presentations.  Recently, The Beatrice Inn was named one of New York’s Top Ten Restaurants by Conde Nast Traveller and her signature 45-day dry aged burger is widely regarded as one of the best in the city.  Best known for her love of working with whole animals, live fire and dry aging techniques, Angie hosted her first James Beard House Dinner this past October and competed to win the title of Food Network’s Chopped Grill Masters Grand Champion, Season  Two.

About NFL  Homegating
NFL Homegating brings the rituals, traditions, and celebrations of an NFL tailgate to the comfort of your home, turning your home into a game watching headquarters. Show your team spirit with glasses, trays and bowls, coasters and decorations, and much more. Visit NFL Shop to order your favorite team’s items, or check out the NFL on Pinterest for delicious recipes, tips for entertaining, and party  essentials!

SOURCE NFL Homegating

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