Basic, easy, flavorful recipe. We made it the first time doing as the recipe called for and found it good but the chilis were a little overwhelming for us. Tried it again a few days later adding another half pound hamburger to the recipe and were much more pleased. Will definitely do this one again.
Here is a burger with ZIP Loved the flavor- the chilies and the salsa are just right. An avocado would be lovely withthis burger. definately 5 star
Excellent recipe! I made these Mexican Hamburgers for lunch today and doubled the amount of taco seasoning by mistake since I have a big jar of it. The hamburgers were still excellent, just very, very HOT! I can't wait to make them again using the correct ingredient amounts! Thanks for a yummy and easy recipe, JANIC412!
I did not do justice to this recipe because I didn't have tomatoes, lettuce or onions on hand. Prepared as instructed, except I added minced onion. But it was very tasty as is. The taco seasoning gave it a kick. Will try at a later date and be prepared.
I am eating this right now. YUMMY. I was to lazy however to make them into patties so I crumbled the burger up and fried it like sloppy joe meat and added all of the rest to ing. the meat after it was cooked 1/2 way. Ate it like a sloppy joe on a bun. THIS WAS EXCELLENT! We ate with sliced tomato, sour cream and shredded mexican cheese blend. I will be making this again. You can have so many toppings you can choose from with this burger!! Lettuce, tomato, all the different cheeses, jalapenos, salsa, avacado or gucamole, sour cream, even a cheese sauce if you like mmm mmm good. thanks for posting.
Wonderful flavour! I made them exactuly as instructed, and added salsa on top of the burger on the bun, with some ceddar and other toppings. Cooked them on the griller machine. Delicious! Not overpowering at all , just the right amount of tingle. I made the whole recipe, we ate two for supper and put the other two in the freezer. Will be making these again, thanks for posting.
Delicious, thanks so much. I made these for my church and they were a big hit there and here at home.
Mexican Hamburgers added a wonderful change a pot of pinto beans and a green salad.
Since I'm such a wimp when it comes to spicy foods,this is how I made these very good burgers.For the taco seasoning I used 2 Tablespoons of Taco Bell Taco Seasoning Clone/Copycat,2 ounces of the green chilies,and about 1 /3 cup chopped sweet onion.Mixed lightly until all the ingredients were comined didn't want to dry the meat out.I pan-fried for about 6 to 8 minutes on each side,when the burgers were almost done I added a slice of pepperjack cheese to each burger pattie.Topped with my favorite toppings,and served this with BBQ Potatoes which made a great a "Burger & Tater Night".This will be made again,thank you for posting."Keep Smiling :)"
I topped the burgers with jalapeno slices rather than mixing in the chilis and enjoyed that variation. Also topped with some cheese. Loved the result! Thanks for sharing.