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You have got to wrap your hands around a juicy grilled hamburger topped with tangy brown sugar + vinegar cabbage slaw. If you have never had Southern-Style Slaw Burgers, try our easy at-home recipe. We’ll give you a quick shortcut on this fast + delicious meal plus a little history behind this one-of-a-kind hamburger.
Enjoy Southern Slaw Burgers at Home
While my home state of Tennessee is home to the Slawburger Festival, and the Carolina burger features a helping of chili and slaw, the roots of these hamburger recipes can likely be traced back to the Dominican Republic.
There is even a song with the mention of the famous Slaw Burger (country girl problem), if that gives you any idea of how yummy this creation is.
Personally? I think a hamburger lends itself to putting other things on top of it. It was only a matter of time before a sandwich genius figured out that sweet + sour vinegar cabbage slaw would taste like a million bucks on top of a juicy beef patty.
Our recipe uses two short cuts to make this meal easy to create any time. Weeknight Fast and Weekend Tasty, spur of the moment yum. Summer is for carefree cookouts and get-togethers— with Ball Park® SteakhouseTM Burgers and Kroger, you can focus on fun, family and friends and not meal prep.
Plus these tasty burgers have that grilled flavor you love and can be prepared four different ways (microwave, oven, skillet or grill).
TIP: While you’ve got the grill going, throw on a few Ball Park Franks. This slaw recipe tastes amazing on a Slaw Dog, too!
More Sandwich Ideas for Weeknight Dinner:
To make the homemade mustard slaw for Slaw Burgers:
- Stir together vinegar, brown sugar, water, mustard and spices in a small sauce pan.
- Heat the mixture to a low boil, stirring constantly to dissolve the sugar.
- Pour the tangy liquid over cabbage and vegetables.
- The hot vinegar mixture quickly infuses all of that sweet + tangy flavor into the cabbage.
Yep, that’s it. Get the complete list of simple ingredients in the recipe at the bottom of this post. You’ve probably got everything you need already. Nothing fancy, just a little kitchen magic. You can create delicious summer meals with Ball Park Steakhouse Burgers and other simple foods from Kroger.
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Once the juicy grilled Ball Park Steakhouse Burgers are prepared and the slaw is ready to go, it is time to assemble your slaw burgers.
I love mine on a buttery, toasted bun, a layer of red tomato, a slice of dill pickle and a generous helping of that mouth-watering slaw.
The juices from the tomato, beef patty and slaw all blend in and…so good. You’ve got to try Southern-Style Slaw Burgers for yourself.
Southern Style Slaw Burgers
A Southern delicacy. A grilled hamburger patty topped with a signature mustard sweet and tangy cabbage slaw.
- 16 ounces cabbage slaw mix
- 3/4 cup white vinegar
- 3/4 cup water
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1/4 cup yellow prepared mustard
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
- 1/2 teaspoon celery seed
- 8 Ball Park Steakhouse Burgers
- 8 hamburger buns
- 2 tablespoons butter optional
- 1 tomato sliced
- dill pickles optional
In a small sauce pan, combine the vinegar, water, brown sugar, mustard, salt, pepper and celery seed.
Heat to a low boil, stirring frequently, until the sugar has dissolved.
Place the cabbage slaw mix in a medium sized bowl. Pour the hot vinegar mixture over the vegetables. Stir to coat well. Chill while preparing the burgers and buns.
Prepare the hamburger patties to package instructions for grilled. Spread the butter on the inside of each bun, and lightly toast them on the grill.
Assemble each burger with a bottom bun, slice of tomato, dill pickle slices, hamburger, and top with a generous amount of the vinegar slaw. Top with a bun and serve warm.