Chili Cheese Burgers

Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Chili Cheese Burgers
This post is sponsored by McCormick in conjunction with a social media campaign through Sunday Supper LLC. All opinions are my own.
I am excited to be participating in my first Weekday Supper! 

This months theme is McCormick's Skillet Sauces  and I decided I would make these Chili Cheese Burgers using McCormicks Fire Roasted Garlic Chili Skillet Sauce after a vote from the family. I loved how much flavor the Fire Roasted Chili Skillet Sauce had after only simmering for 10 minutes.

These were devoured in no time and I love that they are easier to make then running to the local fast food joint. In under 20 minutes you can have Chili Cheese Burgers on the table and the leftover chili tastes amazing the next day if your lucky enough to have any! 

We all have those nights no matter how hard we try that we just need something quick and easy to serve our family. McCormick's Skillet Sauces are a great choice for those weeknights when you need something in a pinch! 

In a large skillet brown 1 pound of Ground Beef and 1 Diced Small Onion. Add 1 pouch McCormick's Fire Roasted Garlic Chili Skillet Sauce, 14 1/2 ounces Canned Diced Tomatoes, 1 Diced Bell Pepper and 30 ounces Drained Canned Black Beans. Stir well, bring to a simmer and cover. Cook for 10 minutes.
Chili mixture is ready to go and is wonderful eaten plain or with a little cheese on top! 
Chili Cheeseburgers
To assemble the Chili Cheese Burgers take a lightly toasted bun and top with chili, add a slice of your favorite cheese (we used cheddar) and cover with a bun!  How easy was that! 

I love having something simple to make on those nights we are short on time to prevent us from eating out! 

For more recipe ideas make sure to follow McCormick's Easy Skillet Dinners Pinterest Board

You can find out more great recipes ideas and information at:

For more great McCormick's Skillet Dinner ideas make sure to check out this weeks Weekday Supper links under the recipe! 

Chili Cheese Burgers

Recipe by Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
Chili Cheese Burgers
Chili Cheese Burgers are a quick and easy dinner done in under 20 minutes! Perfect for those busy weeknights!
Prep time: PT5M
Cook time: PT15M
Total time: PT20M
Yield: 6 Servings
  • 1 pound Ground Beef
  • 1 whole Small Onion, Diced
  • 1 pouch McCormicks Fire Roasted Garlic Chili Sauce
  • 14 1/2 ounces Canned Diced Tomatoes
  • 1 whole Diced Bell Pepper (Optional)
  • 30 ounces Canned Black Beans, Drained
  • 6 Slices Cheese Of Choice
  • 6 whole Hamburger Buns
Cooking Directions
  1. In a large skillet with a lid add hamburger and onion. Cook until hamburger is brown and cooked through. Add McCormicks Fire Roasted Garlic Chili Sauce, tomatoes, bell pepper and canned black beans. Bring to a simmer, cover and cook for 10 minutes.
  2. Lightly toast hamburger buns.
  3. Serve chili over hamburger buns with a slice of cheese and cover with top bun.
Here's the links to other great Weekday Supper ideas:

Monday: Pepper and Garlic Crusted Sicilian Chicken by Daily Dish
Tuesday: Chili Cheese Burgers by Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
Wednesday: Sloppy Skillet Chicken Parmesan by Kudos Kitchen By Renee
Thurseday: Skillet Chili Mac by Magnolia Days
Friday: Sesame Pork Stir-Fry Bowl by Shockingly Delicious


  1. These look so sloppy and delicious. I love that you added beans to up the protien and fiber!

  2. I am reaching for that right through the screen! YUM!

  3. This looks so perfect for a cold evening. A couple of our grandkids will be visiting in a couple of weeks, and I think they'd love this for dinner one night!

  4. This sammie looks insanely delicious!

  5. I just want to dive into that sandwich!!

  6. I love a simple and easy dinner to put together!

  7. I only buy dried beans, so anyone can tell me how many cups are in a 30 oz. can, I would appreciate it. Thanks.

  8. Hi again. Ok, made this last week. First, I felt the cumin flavor was a bit too strong for my taste, but the next day it seemed to have mellowed out somewhat. I think if I made this again, I'd omit the McCormick's and improvise a home made version. Second, this mixture is much too loose and wet to eat as a sandwich, IMO, so I served it over rice instead. Overall I'd say it was pretty tasty and definitely worth trying. (BTW, I used 1 cup dried beans which yielded 2 1/2 cups cooked and the final dish ended up looking just like the picture, so that worked out.)


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