1915 Farm Cilantro Lime Grassfed Burgers

While seeking inspiration for a Texas-spring weather recipe, I stumbled across the “Feasting at Home”blog with a Chimichurri Turkey Burger recipe. And so, the Cilantro Lime Beef Burger was born! This burger would be delicious topped with pepper jack cheese, grilled onions, and roasted peppers on a potato bun. I served mine as a salad with a homemade ranch dressing.

Serving Size: 4 burgers

16 oz 1915 farms ground beef
1 jalapeño, finely minced, seeds removed
2 green onions, thinly sliced
½ c. cilantro, finely chopped
Zest from 1 lime
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 tsp olive oil
1 tsp salt
½ tsp coriander
Pepper, to taste

Burger or Salad Fixings (optional)
Green or red leaf lettuce
Red onions or grilled onions
Grilled Poblano Peppers
Tomatoes, sliced or diced
Avocado, sliced
Burger Buns (I love Martin’s)
Ranch dressing

Heat grill or pan over medium-high heat. Prepare produce, as described. Place all burger ingredients in a bowl and combine with your hands, until mixed thoroughly. Pat burgers into four 1” thick patties. Oil your pan or grill grates. Once grill or pan is hot, cook for 4-5 minutes per side. If grilling, rotate burger location on the grill if one side is cooler, upon flipping them. Serve with toppings as a burger or salad. Pairs well with a Texas Tempranillo or Mourvèdre. We like Haak, Pedernales, or Becker’s Tempranillo, and William Chris, Lost Draw, and Lewis all have an excellentMourvèdre.

Enjoy!

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