|Grilled Philly Burgers with Garlic Aioli|
Garlic Aioli (an aioli is a sauce with a mayonnaise base)
1 can Red Gold Garlic & Olive Oil Petite Diced Tomatoes, drained
1/2 c. mayonnaise
Mix and refrigerate until burgers are ready; this will allow the flavors to blend.
1/4 lb hamburger patties with a dash of Worcestershire sauce on each side, cook to your liking
1/4 c. butter
1 large onion sliced
2 cups mushroom, sliced
1 green bell pepper, sliced
provolone cheese - a slice for each hamburger
|Grilling Philly Burgers...topped with sauteed peppers, onions, mushrooms & topped with Provolone cheese.|
In a large skillet, melt 1/4c. butter. Add sliced onions, peppers, and mushrooms to skillet and sautée until peppers are soft, the onions are translucent, and the mushrooms are beginning to crisp.
Lightly toast hamburger buns, if desired.
Spread garlic aioli on buns.
Assemble burger - hamburger patty, scoop of sautéed veggies and top with a slice of provolone cheese. Put the lid on it and enjoy!
|Grilled Philly Burgers with Garlic Aioli - a juicy, flavorful burger!|
Contest Notice!I wanted to tell you how I came about making this new garlic aioli. If you follow the Shady Porch, you might remember I've made garlic aioli in the past for my Pot Roast Sandwich w/ Roasted Garlic Mayonnaise. This time, I didn't roast my own garlic, but rather prepared the aioli using the Red Gold Garlic & Olive Oil Petite Diced Tomatoes.
|Red Gold Tomatoes, Apron and Tomato Spreader|
To enter, contestants are required to select which aioli they like best from the choices on the Red Gold Tomato Facebook page. This will give contestants a chance to win a $250 Red Gold Aioli Prize pack that includes a Cuisinart Elite Griddler, a Red Gold Apron and a few other items. Good Luck!
FTC Disclosure: I received free products from Red Gold Tomatoes which are included in this blog post. I was given liberty to share their recipes and promotions details for the Facebook "How Do You Aioli" contest. I was neither asked nor influenced to write a positive review. All opinions and photos are my own. This blog post contains no affiliate links.
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