Greetings my lovely readers! I've been watching the NBA playoffs lately so I was inspired to make BBQ food. For purposes of this post, I inquired of my husband as to whether San Antonio would be considered Southwest, so as to avoid a misnomer, such as the alleged mixed berry ice pop controversy. He replied that I would have to check the location of San Antonio in a map of Texas. I decided not to do it because no matter what San Antonio is far South and far West of where I am now. Southwest it is.
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Check out the recipe after the jump.
Note: I got the idea behind this burger (BBQ + Chicken + avocado) from a cookbook but the it's actually a totally different recipe. Hope you enjoy it!
Southwestern BBQ Chicken Burger (inspired by Grilled BBQ Chicken Sandwiches with Spicy Avocado Spread from Cooking Light Fresh Food Fast)
- Adobo seasoning
- 4 ground chicken patties (or ground chicken breast pieces)
- 1 Tbsp EVOO
- BBQ Sauce to taste (I use Roger's Best which I bought at the Chocolate World Expo)
- Hamburger bun or other bread (I used sliced bread since I didn't have buns)
- Monterrey or Pepper Jack cheese
- Half an avocado, chopped
- 1/4 jar of salsa
- Lettuce (optional)
- Tomato (optional)
1. Season your chicken with Adobo seasoning.
2. Add EVOO to a skillet.
3. Saute your chicken/chicken patties for a few minutes per side or until they register 170 on a meat thermometer.
4. Toast your bun (if desired)
5. 4. Add BBQ sauce to your burger.
6. Add cheese and melt.
7. Mix avocado and salsa and place on top of burger.
8. Add lettuce and tomato if desired.