This Burger is a quick, easy, delicious alternative to the traditional beef burger.
Hi~ My 2 daughters are a bit more health and weight conscious than I am and enjoy turkey burgers, to me they were a bit bland, so I thought up this recipe which we all enjoy. Linda
Great alternative for people who have a special diet.
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.
Thanksgiving dinner can be had any time of year with this burger, which pulls together some of my Thanksgiving favorites.
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.
These are great on the grill & healthy and easy to prepare.
After this, you'll never go cold turkey!
A great tasting better for you burger!
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.
THANKSGIVING ON A BUN!!!
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.
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.
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.
I invented this recipe one day when I was considering ordering Osso Bucco at a resteraunt.