Make your next burger a Taco Burger. Mayonnaise makes everything better. And adding it to ground beef returns a delicious juicy burger. Mix in some taco seasoning, top with salsa aioli and you’ve got a burger fiesta. Give This Taco Burger Recipe a try.
This post has been sponsored by Sprouts Market. I have been compensated but my opinions are my own.
Inspiration for this Taco Burger Recipe
I’m lucky to have a Sprouts Farmer’s Market just a couple of miles from our house. And thanks to them for reaching out and asking me to create a burger with some of their sprouts brand ingredients Fun!
A trip to Sprouts Market, with their mountains of fresh fruits and vegetables, barrels of wholesome grains, a full service deli, meat and seafood counters is sure to inspire everyone to eat healthier.
This isn’t just a mission. It’s their passion. And did I mention the prices won’t break your budget. As their slogan says “Healthy Living for Less” Great store!
Grilling season is upon us and the first thing that hit our hot grates this season was a sizzling juicy burger. For this burger assignment, you’ll find an assortment of Sprouts Farmer’s Market South of the Border ingredients.
Aioli Sauce for Burgers
For my burger, I made a mixture of mayonnaise, panko bread crumbs and Sprouts Farmer’s Market Taco Seasoning, blending it with ground beef and forming patties.
The biggest take away from this whole Sprouts adventure is their jarred salsas.
Simply the best I’ve tasted. Since I can’t find a jarred salsa that I love, I usually make my own salsa from fresh ingredients. Sprouts has changed that. The Mango and Black Bean is a perfect blend of sweet and spicy, the Chia, Quinoa and Flax is surprisingly a great salsa blend.
And my favorite? That Kale and Vegetable. Bob and I both loved it, and felt healthy loving it. And it made a unique aioli sauce for burgers.
For the Salsa Aioli I blended Sprouts Kale and Vegetable Salsa with creamy mayonnaise for a creamy kicked-up burger sauce.
And in my opinion, there are few foods better than a burger!
Build That Burger
To build my taco burger I started with some beautiful curly green lettuce, the taco seasoned meat, a healthy drizzle of the salsa aioli, a beautiful slice of tomato and a couple rings of sweet onion. Just a few slices of avocado was all we needed for a side.
The beef was creamy and Southwestern-worthy seasoned with the taco blend. The aioli was a divine compliment. Thanks to Sprouts Farmer’s Market for the inspiration for a great burger.
Taco Burger Recipe with Salsa Aioli
I hope you give this taco burger recipe a try, and if you do, please come back and give the recipe a star rating. And leave a comment about your experience with the recipe.
And if you have a favorite Mexican style hamburger recipe, let me know, I’d love to give it a try.
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Taco Burger with Kale and Vegetable Salsa Aioli
- For the burger:
- 2 pounds ground beef
- 1 package taco seasoning
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 1/2 cup panko bread crumbs
- 6 hamburger buns
- For the salsa aioli:
- 1/4 cup salsa
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- To build the burger:
- Green curly leaf lettuce
- slices tomato
- slices sweet onion
- Place ground beef in a bowl and break up the meat slightly. Add the taco seasoning, mayonnaise and bread crumbs and gently mix until ingredients are blended. Shape in burger patties. 6 – 8 depending on the size. Grill or broil until done, about 5 minutes per side.
- For the aioli. In a small bowl, mix the mayonnaise and the salsa with a fork until well blended.
- To build the burger: place lettuce on the bottom bun. Top with a hamburger patty, a good dollop of the salsa aioli, a slice of tomato and a couple slices of sweet onion.
Taco Burger with Kale and Vegetable Salsa … It’s what’s for Dinner.
You can find every single ingredient for this recipe at Sprouts Market. This post has been sponsored by Sprouts Market. I have been compensated but my opinions are my own.