Burger Recipe for Grilling

Hey yall!  Happy Memorial Day!  Today is the day to remember people who died while serving our country, kick start of summer, and beginning of grilling season!

Speaking of grilling season, Success Rice stopped by the blog today to share a burger recipe with you.  This is prefect because May is National Burger Month; did you know that?

About Success Rice:

  • Success® Whole-Grain Brown Rice is the ORIGINAL Boil-in-Bag quick cooking brown rice.

  • It offers similar nutritional benefits of long cooking brown rice but is ready in one-fourth the time. 

  • In only 10 minutes, Success Whole-Grain Brown Rice provides many healthy product benefits including: contains rice bran, and, does not contain additives or preservatives. 

  • An excellent source of complex carbohydrates, Success Whole-Grain Brown Rice is gluten free, sodium free, cholesterol free, and containing fiber; and, is low in fat (only 1 gram, not saturated fat).

  • Can be used in a variety of recipes from salads, soups, main entrees to desserts just like white rice.

Below is the recipe for Success® Rice’s Zesty Southwest Burgers with Cilantro Slaw, perfect for serving at a large barbeque with friends, or a fun family dinner.

Burger Recipe for Grilling  via www.productreviewmom.com
Photo Credit:  Success Rice

Serves 4
Feed 4 for $10

Success® White RiceSuccess® Brown Rice, or Success®Jasmine Rice
Ranch salad dressing
shredded cabbage
finely chopped fresh cilantro leaves
ground chuck
2 1/2
hot and spicy taco seasoning mix
vegetable oil
hamburger buns
Prepare rice according to package directions.  Let cool for 5 minutes.

To make the cilantro slaw:  in a large bowl combine ranch salad dressing, cabbage and cilantro.  Toss to combine; cover and refrigerate until serving.

In a large bowl, combine rice, ground chuck and taco seasoning mix.  Form into four patties sized slightly larger than hamburger buns.  Heat vegetable oil in a large skillet over medium heat.  Add patties and cook 10 to 12 minutes for medium well doneness (165°F), turning once.

To serve, on each hamburger bottom bun, place a cooked patty, an equal amount of slaw and top bun.

Doesn't this burger look good?  I haven't tried this recipe yet but I'll be trying it out soon, minus the slaw since I do not eat it.

So, what is on your menu for today and this summer?

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  1. Now that's a different burger and being from Charleston,SC I love my rice. I may have to check this one out.

    1. Yes check it out Kita and let me know what you think.

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