My family loves burgers and tacos. So, when I decided to make an entry for the Goodcook.com Stuffed Burger Competition, I decided to combine the two. This recipe is simple and delicious and will be loved by all!
You will need the following ingredients:
1 lb. ground beef
1 pkg of taco seasoning
shredded mild cheddar cheese
I used the Stuffed Burger Press from Goodcook.com to help prepare my burger. This really made it simple for me to make a beautiful stuffed burger.
I began by combining my ground beef with 1 pkg of taco seasoning until well blended. I then place 1/4 of the lb in my press and formed my burger. After the burger was formed I turn the burger presser over and use the handle to form an indentation in the burger. I place a small amount of cheddar cheese in the cupped indentation and then place another 1/4 lb of burger on top and press the burger again.
After the burger is formed, I press the edges together with my fingers to make sure they are all sealed and placed them in my Goodcook.com pre-heated Cast Iron Grill. The grill helped me get a nice even cook on my burger with great grill marks. It cleaned up well too.
After my burger was cooked to my liking, I placed it on my bun and added shredded lettuce and diced tomato.
I then applied sour cream and salsa to the bun top and placed it on top of my burger to complete my Stuffed Taco Burger.
The end result was a delicious stuffed taco burger. My family loved it! It was two of their favorite meals combined into one. You can even serve this burger bun-less on top on tortilla chips or a salad.
Be sure to vote for my Stuffed Taco Burger beginning September 3 on Good Cook and you will be entered to win a Burger Stuffing Kit of your own! All of the cooking utensils you need to prepare your stuffed burger are included!
You can also receive a 25% discount on these items by using code: BURGER LOVERS
Disclaimer: I received the Burger Stuffing Kit to review. All opinions expressed are my own and yours may vary. This post is no way affiliated with any Social Media outlets.