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Southwest Stuffed Burgers

Southwest Stuffed Burgers recipe
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Taco seasoning within and chunky salsa and shredded cheese on top give these extra-lean ground beef burgers their Southwestern appeal.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
9/6/2012
These were great, I had fixed 2 xtra that my husband & I could not eat so i wrapped them in foil & put in frig. Next night I heated in microwave & they were still juicy....amazing & filling.
posted:
8/19/2012
This recipe has to go on vacation with us
posted:
8/7/2011
So disappointed with this recipe. Followed it exactly and added bread crumbs but they completely fell apart on the grill. My husband just went out to get burgers since I have all the sides made. Will not make these again!
posted:
5/14/2011
We loved this recipe, but I reduced the amount of taco seasoning mix by half and it was perfect. The patties held together very well, but that was because I froze the 12 individual patties for 40 minutes before assembling (with slightly wet hands, which made it a lot easier). I used fresh spinach leaves instead of lettuce -- delicious! Make the patties large and thin; they will draw up.
posted:
2/5/2010
This was a great hit in my house. The first time I made them I had a hard time keeping the burgers together. I decided to make them again, but I added some bread crumbs to help hold the meat together and it worked!
posted:
9/4/2009
Wonderful! So juicy! I use colby jack cheese slices instead of the shredded chesse - less messy that way plus those who want some cheese on the top and in the middle can make it into a cheeseburger. I've never had a problem with the two burger patties falling apart. I have a little patty press and I press the two sides together in that. I also don't use as much salsa in the middle. We have made these multiple times this summer and have enjoyed them every time!
posted:
8/27/2009
This was okay. It was good the first night but after that I just got tired of it. I think it had too much of the taco seasoning in it. It kinda overpowered the burger and I didn't even put the whole package in there. I also had a VERY hard time keeping the burgers together. There were a couple that weren't even salvageable.
posted:
7/17/2009
Lots of flavor. Husband and kids really liked them.
posted:
6/3/2009
These were very good! I used about a Tbsp of the mayo and put the sealed patties in the freezer for about 15-20 minutes before grilling. I didn't have a problem with them falling. We used pepperjack cheese which added a kick.
posted:
5/11/2009
Stop what your doing, go buy the ingredients for this recipe and make this for dinner tonight!!!! AWESOME!!!
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