Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

burger night just got a whole lot better!! UPDATE: i made this again taking luvs 2 cook's advice & adjusted the seasonings...we just love these burgers!! made them a few times this summer, even tried diced green chili instead of salsa...i think i like that even better!! so i made the changes below...

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. saute onion, garlic & jalepeno in olive oil until soft; let cool.
  2. in a large mixing bowl combine all ingredients & form into patties (should make about 6).
  3. bbq to desired doneness (approx. 10 minutes).
  4. top with pepper jack cheese & serve on a toasted bun with more taco sauce instead of ketchup.
  5. you can use the other half of the taco seasoning packet to make fries by cutting potatos into fries & tossing with olive oil & remaining taco seasoning then baking at 400 for about 20 minutes.
Most Helpful

We enjoyed these. I used a whole package of taco seasoning but only 1 pound of meat and I followed the rest of the recipe. THAT made it a little chili powder heavy so next time (and there will be a next time) I'll follow the recipe and not accidentally put in a whole taco seasoning envelope in it.

Twiggyann June 02, 2010

My family enjoyed these burgers but they seemed a little bready to me. What's not to like??? tacos are great at any time. I think the next time I will decrease the breadcrumbs and the salt.

Luvs 2 Cook June 17, 2008