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With home-made buns and a simple, fresh dressing. hamburgers can be an elegant part of your austerity regimen.
M-J’s recipe for home-made hamburger buns may be found on the Bread page at the Elegant Cook.

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Elegant New Mexican Green Chile Burger

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Hamburger with home-made bun and diced green New Mexican chiles, dressed with a mixture of chopped lettuce, pickle and mayonnaise. It’s a zesty yet cool combination of elements that can be enhanced with melted cheese. Just put green chile bits on top of the meat after it is cooked, broil for a moment, then top with a slice of Monterey Jack of Cheddar cheese, broil again until melted, then place it on prepared bun.
©M-J de Mesterton

Elegant New Mexican Green Chile Burger

Posted by Picasa

Hamburger with home-made bun and diced green New Mexican chiles, dressed with a mixture of chopped lettuce, pickle and mayonnaise. It’s a zesty yet cool combination of elements that can be enhanced with melted cheese. Just put green chile bits on top of the meat after it is cooked, broil for a moment, then top with a slice of Monterey Jack of Cheddar cheese, broil again until melted, then place it on prepared bun.
©M-J de Mesterton

>Elegant Green Chile Burger

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In New Mexico where it originated, the Green Chile Cheeseburger reigns supreme. Simply fry your burgers, then add as many chopped green chiles on top as you like, then add a slice of your favourite cheese and broil for a minute. Monterey Jack is popular, as is Cheddar. Lettuce, mayonnaise and pickles are optional.

Zesty Southwestern Hamburger Dressing

Drain and chop finely a couple of dill pickle spears or a handful of hamburger dill slices. Shred and chop a cup of lettuce. Drain a small can of chopped green chiles in a sieve, pressing until they are as dry as possible.


 In a mixing-bowl, combine these vegetables with a half-cup of mayonnaise, gently blending the ingredients together for an elegant and refreshing southwestern-style hamburger sauce. A bit of ground pepper and/or 1/4 teaspoon of onion powder may be added to absorb excess moisture and impart extra flavour to the mixture. Amounts of these ingredients may be adjusted to your taste.

©M-J de Mesterton

New Mexican Green Chile Burger on Home-Made Hamburger Bun
Recipe Courtesy of M-J de Mesterton

Elegant Green Chile Burger

In New Mexico where it originated, the Green Chile Cheeseburger reigns supreme. Simply fry your burgers, then add as many chopped green chiles on top as you like, then add a slice of your favourite cheese and broil for a minute. Monterey Jack is popular, as is Cheddar. Lettuce, mayonnaise and pickles are optional.

Zesty Southwestern Hamburger Dressing

Drain and chop finely a couple of dill pickle spears or a handful of hamburger dill slices. Shred and chop a cup of lettuce. Drain a small can of chopped green chiles in a sieve, pressing until they are as dry as possible.


 In a mixing-bowl, combine these vegetables with a half-cup of mayonnaise, gently blending the ingredients together for an elegant and refreshing southwestern-style hamburger sauce. A bit of ground pepper and/or 1/4 teaspoon of onion powder may be added to absorb excess moisture and impart extra flavour to the mixture. Amounts of these ingredients may be adjusted to your taste.

©M-J de Mesterton

New Mexican Green Chile Burger on Home-Made Hamburger Bun
Recipe Courtesy of M-J de Mesterton

Elegant Green Chile Burger

In New Mexico where it originated, the Green Chile Cheeseburger reigns supreme. Simply fry your burgers, then add as many chopped green chiles on top as you like, then add a slice of your favourite cheese and broil for a minute. Monterey Jack is popular, as is Cheddar. Lettuce, mayonnaise and pickles are optional.

Zesty Southwestern Hamburger Dressing

Drain and chop finely a couple of dill pickle spears or a handful of hamburger dill slices. Shred and chop a cup of lettuce. Drain a small can of chopped green chiles in a sieve, pressing until they are as dry as possible.


 In a mixing-bowl, combine these vegetables with a half-cup of mayonnaise, gently blending the ingredients together for an elegant and refreshing southwestern-style hamburger sauce. A bit of ground pepper and/or 1/4 teaspoon of onion powder may be added to absorb excess moisture and impart extra flavour to the mixture. Amounts of these ingredients may be adjusted to your taste.

©M-J de Mesterton

New Mexican Green Chile Burger on Home-Made Hamburger Bun
Recipe Courtesy of M-J de Mesterton

Elegant Green Chile Burger

In New Mexico where it originated, the Green Chile Cheeseburger reigns supreme. Simply fry your burgers, then add as many chopped green chiles on top as you like, then add a slice of your favourite cheese and broil for a minute. Monterey Jack is popular, as is Cheddar. Lettuce, mayonnaise and pickles are optional.

Zesty Southwestern Hamburger Dressing

Drain and chop finely a couple of dill pickle spears or a handful of hamburger dill slices. Shred and chop a cup of lettuce. Drain a small can of chopped green chiles in a sieve, pressing until they are as dry as possible.


 In a mixing-bowl, combine these vegetables with a half-cup of mayonnaise, gently blending the ingredients together for an elegant and refreshing southwestern-style hamburger sauce. A bit of ground pepper and/or 1/4 teaspoon of onion powder may be added to absorb excess moisture and impart extra flavour to the mixture. Amounts of these ingredients may be adjusted to your taste.

©M-J de Mesterton

New Mexican Green Chile Burger on Home-Made Hamburger Bun
Recipe Courtesy of M-J de Mesterton

Elegant Green Chile Burger

In New Mexico where it originated, the Green Chile Cheeseburger reigns supreme. Simply fry your burgers, then add as many chopped green chiles on top as you like, then add a slice of your favourite cheese and broil for a minute. Monterey Jack is popular, as is Cheddar. Lettuce, mayonnaise and pickles are optional.

Zesty Southwestern Hamburger Dressing

Drain and chop finely a couple of dill pickle spears or a handful of hamburger dill slices. Shred and chop a cup of lettuce. Drain a small can of chopped green chiles in a sieve, pressing until they are as dry as possible.


 In a mixing-bowl, combine these vegetables with a half-cup of mayonnaise, gently blending the ingredients together for an elegant and refreshing southwestern-style hamburger sauce. A bit of ground pepper and/or 1/4 teaspoon of onion powder may be added to absorb excess moisture and impart extra flavour to the mixture. Amounts of these ingredients may be adjusted to your taste.

©M-J de Mesterton

New Mexican Green Chile Burger on Home-Made Hamburger Bun
Recipe Courtesy of M-J de Mesterton

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