This Burger is a quick, easy, delicious alternative to the traditional beef burger.
About 2 years ago I committed to a life style change. My being someone who despises diets and the trends that circle around them began my own thing.
Saltimbocca, or “jump in the mouth” in Italian, is a traditional Roman recipe that translates very well into burgerdom.
I don't eat beef and when I have company over for a barbecue, I try to make a turkey burger that will appeal to everyone.
This burger was inspired by one of my previous beef burger entries for Build a Better Burger 2006. I realized that the flavors would work equally well with turkey and they did.
I grew up in Louisville, Kentucky, which is famous for the Kentucky Hot Brown. We are also famous for bourbon, so I decided to marry the two together.
I love Caprese salad and thought about combining those flavors on a burger.
It started with a dip that I make for my family for Thanksgiving every year.
Thanksgiving has always been our favorite family dinner. So my goal was to incorporate the great flavors reminiscent of Thanksgiving into a grilled summertime burger.
I love the Southwestern Eggrolls from Chili's. Only problem is they are just an appetizer. I wanted to find a way to make it a meal.
It is my hope to make a turkey burger that is healthy yet moist and flavorful...and loved by all.
A great tasting better for you burger!
Turkey burgers prepared in the style of a Maryland crab cake, with seafood seasoning, horseradish, cracker crumbs and mayonnaise. Finely grated zucchini and sweet onion keep the mixture moist.
A Monte Cristo Sandwich turned into a Burger! A brilliant combination of turkey, smoked ham and creamy swiss cheese, all on a buttery, flaky croissant.
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.
Even my son who is extremely picky loved it!!!