These are no ordinary burgers - they pack a punch of garlicky, chipotle flavor!
This gorgeous burger...*sigh* I can't even with these pictures. They make me wish that here at 10:30am that I had it right in front of me to devour. I can't remember now if it was my first experience with chipotle mayonnaise or not, but I am in love with it and it was so good on this burger. I branched out from my stickler way of liking only salt and pepper on my burgers. It was a good branch out. The red onion also complimented the chipotle perfectly.
The original recipe had different seasoning that I could not find. You kind of have to go with the flow and see what you can find at your local store. It was also to make 3 burgers - doubles. I have not really had much luck with making double cheeseburgers, so I went the single route.
What you need:
- 1 to 2 lb. ground chuck (80/20)
- Southwest Chipotle seasoning or something similar
- Garlic powder
- 2 Tbsp. butter
- Chipotle or pepperjack cheese
- Good quality hamburger buns, toasted
- Chipotle mayo
- Red Onion, sliced
- Form ground chuck into 6 patties and season with chipotle seasoning and garlic powder.
- Heat a large skillet or cast iron over medium-high heat. Add butter and coat the pan while it melts.
- Add patties (you may have to do 2 batches) and cook for 5 to 7 minutes, flipping once. Don't squish them with the spatula.
- Top with cheese and let melt.
- Serve on toasted buns with mayonnaise on top and bottom, lettuce, tomato, pickles, and red onion.
Recipe slightly adapted from Girl Carnivore
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