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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Hard Rock Cafe Fiesta Burger Recipe

Hubby and I love to visit the Hard Rock Cafe when we are traveling and find one nearby. The food is always delicious, the prices are right and we love the festive atmosphere. I just wish we had one in central Pennsylvania so we could visit more often.

The great folks over at the Hard Rock Cafe sent over this recipe for their famous Fiesta Burger.

* Prep beforehand – form your burger patties, cut vegetables and make dips and sauces before guests arrive.
* For the best bun, use a fresh bun and lightly butter it before toasting on the grill.
* Start with a high quality meat and get creative by using fresh vegetables and good cheeses as toppings, like the Hard Rock Fiesta Burger.

Hard Rock Fiesta Burger Recipe

8 oz. Beef Burger
1 tsp Seasoning Salt
2 Tbsp. Jalapeno Salsa
2 slices Monterey Jack Cheese
Hamburger Bun
1 Tbsp. Fresh Guacamole
1 Tbsp. Pico de Gallo
2 leaves Iceberg Lettuce
1 slice Tomato

Preparation: Shake half of seasoning on burger and place season side down on broiler, shake remaining seasoning over burger. Cook to desired temperature. After cooking, spread jalapeno salsa over the patty and place cheese slices. Top with iceberg lettuce, tomato, guacamole and pico de gallo.

The grill should be in the 550 degree range to sear meat well – the time it takes to cook will depend on the temperature of the grill and thickness of the burger. You can flip the burger a few times, but no more than three. Don’t press the burger to make it cook faster because you want the juices to seal in.

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