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This recipe created to incorporate some of the freshest ingredients found in the produce section of my local grocery store. It is both healthy and full of flavor.
My inspiration for this burger was to create a healthier alternative burger using lean turkey meat, which also reflects local and seasonal ingredients, such as cranberries and corn, native to the B
The desire to make a tasty turkey burger.
I've always thought it odd that many people just substitute turkey for beef in a burger and pile it high with traditional burger fixings. Poultry has it's own personality.
My wife wanted a great tasting Turkey Burger that was not dry and tasteless. This recipe I created even surprised myself, a beef lover.
I was trying to come up with a juicy turkey burger with the texture of a good beef burger. I tried several things without success until I added crushed pineapple to the ground turkey.
My inspiration for this burger was to create a leaner, alternative burger without compromising on flavor and moistness.
Turkey burgers are usually a lighter tasting burger, but usually bland with an aftertaste. The Pineapple and Mint Chutney will be refreshing with the moistened ground turkey.
An alternative low fat burger that is tasty as well as healthy.
This burger is reminiscent of all things Boston. After all we started the whole Thanksgiving thing! These flavors blend well and are a fun alternative to the same old, same old.
it is sweet and spicy and because it uses ground turkey breast it is fast to cook and healthier than a beef burger
It combines ground turkey patties with the all-American flavors of apples and cherries, a vegetable slaw, peanuts, white wine and spices.
This hamburger appeals to people of all ages and all tastes. It can be zippy and spicy or sweet.
I live in East Texas and East Texans love to grill and love the Cajun influence of being so close to Louisiana.
One thing that makes American food great is regional influences. Many people relocate from one part of the country to another bringing their local traditions and food to their new localities.
Growing up in Vermont I have memories of pure Vermont maple syrup, apple picking at an orchard on a crisp fall day and an abundance of excellent, made in Vermont cheeses.