1 1/2 lb ground beef*
2 tablespoons mango juice or nectar
2 tablespoons Montreal seasoning**
2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
1 shallot, minced
1 small onion minced
split crusty rolls
*I use 94% lean
**a blend of coarse salt, pepper, granulated garlic, red pepper flakes and paprika
Prepare your grill as usual-if you are using charcoal, we like to add some wood chips for added smoky flavor. Meanwhile, in a bowl, mix together all of the burger ingredients by hand. Do not over work the meat. Gently form into 6 patties. Grill to your desired doneness. Place on the bottom half of the roll, top with alternating slices of mango and avocado. Top with the roll and serve.
I have to say, avocado and mango slices are my favorite toppings for burgers. The avocado’s creamy mildness offsets the sweet mango and both play off the smoky burger flavor. Matt likes his with a little mango ketchup, but I’m a purist.
ooo my mouth is watering!
You have got to be kidding me! That looks amazing! Mango and avocado are two of my favorite foods on this earth. I never thought to put them together. Not to mention my love for a good old fashioned burger. You have outdone yourself!
I have never had mango on a burger, but I can only imagine how wonderful that would be!! I love grilled pineapple on burgers, so I’m sure I would love mango!
Now that is an interesting combination. Around these parts it’s pimento cheese. But we’re simple folk. 🙂
Oh, that looks so good! I could bite into the picture alone! 🙂
I have to back Abby up on the pimento cheese burger. Just tried my first one this weekend. So so good..
That looks so wonderful. I have never had mango on a burger before. Why????? Great recipe.
i honestly would never have thought to put mango in a burger (and i love mango) but the taste it would had sounds so appetizing! i bet it would make a nice addition to my meatloaf as well. thanks for the idea!
I love avocado on almost anything. This burger sounds different and delicious!
That combo looks heavenly!
I love guacamole or avocado on my burgers but I’ve never thought of adding mango. Sounds delicious!
It sounds really interesting, but I might chop up the mango and avacado…
Jim: I thought of that too, but slices are less slippery.
i made this last night after seeing it on your site and it was delish!! even my 1 year old ate it up (in small pieces, of course).
this is an interesting combo! the picture is beautiful!
Looks really good!
i will put that on “my recipes i have to try” list!
I like your blog name!! “Coconut & Lime” how much cooler can it get?
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this looks TOO good