It’s Labor Day weekend! And I’ev got one more fun grilling idea I think you might like. How about these little cheeseburger tacos? Aren’t they cute? They would be great to serve to friends and family who are watching their carb intake.
I made these cheeseburger tacos pretty simple, but you can let your imagination run wild with them. I think it would be a great idea to make a toppings bar for these filled with all the fresh veggies plus guacamole, sour cream, salsa and different hot sauces.
For the meat, I simply mixed a packet of taco seasoning with a package of ground beef and formed the burgers in half circles so they would fit in the tacos. Then I grilled the burgers and topped them with lots of yummy shredded cheese.
These cheeseburger tacos would make the perfect burger for your labor day party.
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Yield: 8 cheeseburger tacos
2 lbs lean ground beef
1 packet taco seasoning
8 small corn or flour tortillas
Combine ground beef with taco seasoning. Form beef into half circles the same size as your small tortillas.
Heat grill to medium heat and grill burgers until desired doneness.
Serve burgers on warmed tortillas (warmed on grill and per package directions).
Top burgers with cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and sour cream.
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