Aztec burger
Aztec burger

Pork Burger with Aztec Sauce

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Weight: 200g

Type of meat: pork

Ingredients: Salt, cereals (corn), dextrose, spices, sodium sulfite (E-221), ascordic acid (E-300), sodium citrate (E-331), aroma, carmine (E-129)

Sauce Ingredients: Sunflower oil, fully hydrogenated sunflower oil, salt, spices, glucose-fructose syrup, aromas.

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What is the Aztec burger?

The Aztec hamburger is a variant of the traditional hamburger that incorporates ingredients and flavors typical of Mexican cuisine, especially the Aztec culture. This burger is usually composed of a patty of juicy pork seasoned with Aztec sauce which incorporates chilies, spices and fresh herbs, and a variety of typical ingredients of Mexican food. The Aztec burger is characterized by its intense and complex flavor, which combines the smoky, spicy and fresh flavors of Mexican cuisine. It is an ideal option for those looking for a burger with a different and tasty touch.

Pork burger with Aztec sauce

Our favorite recipe with Aztec burger

Here is a simple and delicious recipe using hamburgers:


4 Aztec burgers

Hamburger buns

Cheddar cheese (optional)


Tomato slices

Red onion slices

Sliced pickles

Sauce of your choice (ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, etc.)

Salt and pepper to taste

Vegetable oil (to cook the burgers)


Preheat a grill or skillet over medium-high heat.

Season the burgers with salt and pepper on both sides.

Add a little vegetable oil to the hot grill or pan and place the burgers. Cook for approximately 4-5 minutes per side, or until cooked to your liking. If you want to add cheddar cheese, place it on top of the burgers during the last few minutes of cooking to allow it to melt.

Meanwhile, cut the hamburger buns in half and lightly toast if you prefer.

Once the burgers are cooked, remove them from the heat and let them rest for a few minutes.

Assemble the burgers: Place a lettuce leaf on the bottom of the bun, followed by a cheeseburger (if desired), tomato slices, onion slices, and sliced pickles. Add the sauce of your choice.

Cover with the top of the muffin and that's it!

You can accompany the burgers with fries, onion rings or a fresh salad. Enjoy this delicious homemade burger!

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