Summer Recipe: Best Ever Juicy Burger With Hellmann’s Latino Flavors Remix #Burgervention

Disclosure: This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Modern Mom Insider for Hellmann’s. All opinions expressed are 100% mine.

Summer, summer, summertime. Time to sit back and unwind. Oh wait, isn’t that the beginning of a song by Will Smith? Well, summer time is finally here and so are the BBQ’s.

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Dry burger got you bummed out? Have no fear, Supermama is here to bring your burger experiences to the next level! You are about to embark on the most creative flavorings your mouth has ever experienced. I am so happy that Hellmann’s asked me to help them in their staging of this summers “Burgervention”, putting an end to dry burgers across America. This 4th of July, declare your independence from dry burgers!

My inspiration for making this remix came from Hellmann’s “Best Ever Juicy Burger” recipe. I wanted to recreate this recipe with a kick of flavors that I normally cook with. So I merged a couple of my own recipes and styling with the one above to make the “Best Ever Juicy Burger” Latino Flavors Remix for the family.

I always eat my burgers with real mayonnaise as a topping for my burger, but never thought to mix it directly inside. So naturally, I was extremely curious to see how I could make this recipe work Latino style. I can’t believe I never thought to base the same idea on burgers before with real mayonnaise instead. Guess what I’ll be trying in my next meatloaf?

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SERVES: 8
Prep Time: 15 min
Cook Time: 15 min
INGREDIENTS
1/2 cup Hellmann’s® Real Mayonnaise
1/2 cup Italian flavored dry bread crumbs
2 packets of sazon con achiote
2 tablesspoons of adobo complete seasoning
2 tablespoons of sofrito
2 cups of potato stix
2 cups of shredded Colby & Monterey Jack cheese
2 lbs. ground beef
8 potato hamburger buns

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DIRECTIONS

COMBINE Hellmann’s Real Mayonnaise, bread crumbs, sazon, sofrito and ground beef in bowl.

MIX and massage the Hellmann’s Real Mayonnaise and dry ingredients into the ground beef; shape into 16 patties.

PREPARE 8 patties across a clean and dry surface or on a plate, leaving the other 8 on the side for the moment. Place a tablespoon of shredded cheese in the middle of each patty. Top the cheese laden patties with the 8 patties you put to the side. Roll into a big ball and slight press down until shaped.

GRILL or broil until done.

Place patties on a bun and top with your favorite toppings. One of our favorites is shoestring potatoes! Shoestring potatoes are something you find on every Pan Con Bistec (Steak Sandwich) in Miami, so it works perfectly on a burger and the only way we eat ours.

Caution: Once cooked, the melted cheese will be hot in the center.

Papa was impressed, but he’s always happy when he is served a plate of my food. The real challenge would be J-bird, my toughest critic. I am happy to report that the boy put down 3 burgers in one sitting. Seems my burger passed the Best Ever Juicy Burger test. Using Hellmann’s Real Mayonnaise really did keep the burger moist through the cooking process.

If you have been looking for a sure fire way to lock-in moisture and all the best flavors of your burger meat, make sure to add real mayonnaise to your meat mixture before placing on your grill. Hellmann’s uses only the best ingredients, with a commitment to cage free eggs, quality oils and vinegar.

You can find great burger recipes and tips on how to make your very own Best Ever Juicy Burger by visiting Hellmann’s, or by sending a tweet to @Hellmanns using the hashtag #Burgervention.

Here’s some additional summer time grilling tips for you to use and enjoy!

SMART TIP: If you enjoy the goodness of olive oil, substitute Hellmann’s® Mayonnaise Dressing with Olive Oil.

BARBECUE TIP: For a delicious creamy barbecue sauce topping, combine 1/4 cup BBQ sauce with 1/2 cup Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Real Mayonnaise. Spoon on juicy burgers and enjoy!

COOKING TIP: If using ground turkey, oil grill or broiler pan before cooking.

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Mama E

Multitasking mama to 3 living in Miami. Blogging about parenting, lifestyle, cooking and traveling. Covering everything from diapers to dorm rooms. Ask me anything, I've done it all.

Comments (6)

  • LOVE the sound of this recipe! Thanks for sharing and I will be copying and making these for sure! Love burgers and Hellmans for sure!

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  • I love Hellman’s mayonaise as well and have never tried to add it to the burger before cooking! I think it is great that you chose to prepare the burger in such a way, and that you shared this great idea! I guess I have a new way to consider making burgers that won’t taste like pucks!

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  • wow!! mind-blowing recipe…i love the ingredients in these burgers. Being a latina cook i ALWAYS have sofrito, adobo and sazon in my kitchen and NEVER thought to use them to make hamburgers. also, i have just recently learned of the benefits of putting mayo in the meat to keep them from drying out. thank you so much for this recipe ( i already pinned it 🙂

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  • WOW you have did an amazing job on detailing how to make this burger. I will have to give it a try. thank you.

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  • I love burgers and this one looks good. I love latino flavors thankyou so much for the great recipie.

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  • I’ve never thought about making hamburgers like this. They look delicious!

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