This recipe is inspired by my Mexican mother who used to make turkey mole after Thanksgiving to use up all the left-over turkey!
Food has always been an important part of my life. My mother tells me that my first sentence was "Food Me" so I've been a foodie since my beginning.
The recipe for Sun-Dried Tomato Turkey Burger with Pepper Spread came from trying to get my BEEF and POTATO husband to eat a turkey burger. He swore that he would not eat any burger but beef.
My life began as a "foodie" as my first sentence was "Food Me". One of my earliest memories was visiting an old Italian aunt who would make the most delicious food on her range while we watched.
We love spicy burgers! Low fat ground turkey with fresh hot peppers is a weekly favorite at our house.
As Seattle is consistently rated one of the healthiest cities in the nation, these cheesy, spicy burgers are a healthful alternative to a beef burger.
Jalapenos simmered in a apricot sauce gives this hot/sweet burger southwest flair. The sauce delivers some heat while the cream cheese spread balances the heat and the fruit perfectly.
This burger is full of all favorite and local seasonings and herbs, while still providing a healthy meal that sticks to your ribs.
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.
Wanted to have a flavorful low fat burger alternative because of Heart Disease.
I love cooking with fresh herbs from my garden. I also enjoy recipes that are easy, but have interesting flavor combinations.
We love walnuts, mandarin oranges, blue cheese and smoked turkey, it's a marriage made in heaven. Add some aoili to the picture, and it makes the perfect burger.
When I lived in the south, I enjoyed a Cajun Thanksgiving with Turdunken as the main course. Needless to say, I was intrigued with turkey, stuffed wtih a chicken and duck.