Bruschetta Patty Melts
So, our nephew Ryan has been staying with us while his new apartment is getting ready for him. You may have heard me mention Ryan before, he was the mastermind behind this delicious Tropical Fruit Salsa we served over grilled salmon last summer. What’s fun about Ryan staying with us is that he likes to cook so it definitely adds to the creativity going on in the kitchen.
This meal was a collaborative effort between us. I told him what I had on hand and wanted to use up…he sparked the idea of using a bruschetta topping and broiling the patties with cheese and serving open faced on an English muffin. The result was amazing and enjoyed by the adults in the home. And although I’ve cut down on eating meat considerably over the last few months, I couldn’t resist taking a bite of this one. What struck out the most was the juiciness of the burger, adding sauteed vegetables to the meat will do that. And the freshness of the basil in the patties definitely made your taste buds jump up and down as well. This one is a keeper. Thanks Ryan for the inspiration! 🙂
Bruschetta Patty Melts
- 1 lb ground pork
- 1/2 green pepper, minced
- 1/2 onion, minced
- 2 cloves garlic, minced
- 2-3 mushrooms, minced
- small handful of basil, chopped finely
- 1 egg
- 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
- couple of splashes of wine
- salt and pepper
- Cheese (we used shredded mozzarella and Parmesan shavings)
- English Muffins, toasted
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- Saute pepper, mushrooms, onions and garlic and let cool. Combine basil, egg, Parmesan cheese and wine in a bowl. Add cooked vegetables and ground pork to bowl and gently combine. Form into patties. Place on broiler pan and cook for about 15 minutes.
- Take cooked patties out of oven and top each one with a spoonful of bruschetta, Parmesan and cheese. Turn broiler on and place burgers back into oven. Cook until cheese is completely melted and slightly browned. Serve open-faced style on toasted English Muffin.
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Oh my goodness! Those melts look amazing. They look like they are oozing with flavor. YUM! 🙂
It really does sound delicious Aggie. I am quite sure I need to try this.
This looks wonderful!
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These lok so good! I love melts – especially when they involve english muffins! And of course anything with wine is a plus!!
What a great idea! These look fantastic!
love this idea–think I could sub turkey for the pork and it’d still be delish??
those look fantastic! a great healthy way to grill!
Unbelievably delicious, I can just tell! :))
This looks amazing. Plus who does not like bruschetta (sp?) and burgers… this is definately a summer must.
Aggie and Ryan,
These look delicious. What a great combination of ingredients. Tell Ryan he needs to join the family of bloggers and start his own blog : )
wow these look great, I made your banana and chocolate grill…omg awesome~ loved them 🙂 thanks, now got to try this…
Those look fantastic! What a great way to work with what you already have on hand!
Wow these look fabulous! It’s always fun to have another creative force in the kitchen 🙂
These are beautiful- I love the idea! You could win the Build a Better Burger contest with something like this 🙂
This looks definitely irresistible! Want to have a bite from it, drooling!
I’m just so addicted to bruschetta lately. It looks awesome prepared this way!
I love creativity in the kitchen, what a great way to use up fantastic ingredients.
Some of my favorite flavors….bruschetta, cheese, burgers. I love to use english muffins as rolls for burgers too!
Those bruschetta patties look so good all covered in melted cheese!
This looks incredible! Right up my alley. It’s a perfect way to use up all of my fresh summer tomatoes.
These sounds heavenly right about now! ^_^
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