Actually Delicious Turkey Burgers
Turkey burgers are a delicious change of pace. Slap these moist patties on the grill for a special summer treat!
All the components of hot wings (Buffalo sauce and ranch dressing) come together in these Buffalo turkey burgers that are actually delicious!
So delicious and low in fat! Go figure. My family requests that I make them for every picnic or social event.
OMG! So good. But I took the advice of some other reviewers. Added about 1/2 cup of red bell pepper, some soya sauce, some liquid smoke, 10 pulls off the Worcestershire, extra garlic, seasoning salt, extra parsley (not fresh),...and I took the advice of one reviewer that said to dip the patties in flour and then beat off the excess. I had never heard of this. I tried it! WOW! Doing this with all burgers. Got nice and crispy on the outside and didn't stick to the grill without any oil/pam! AMAZING. I made some authentic guacamole to put on the burgers, with havarti and tomatoes and lettuce. So good. Definitely a keeper. We keep making turkey burgers and every time they're better. Can't see them getting any better than this! I win the battle with my husband! ;) Oh yeah, i should mention I used garden flavour breton crackers instead of breadcrumbs! maybe that is the secret!
I wound up using beef and not turkey, because I had a lot of ground beef, but it tasted awesome! Nice and flavorful.
This Mediterranean-style turkey burger is flavored with basil pesto and crumbled feta cheese. It's delicious, fancy, and ready in only 20 minutes! Serve on buns with lettuce and tomato.
Based on other reviews I added one whole egg instead of the two egg whites, doubled the bread crumbs, used Lawry's instead of the salt and added 10 drops Worcestershire Sause, one shake regular soy sauce and about 3 drops of liquid smoke. Laid burgers in some more bread crumbs on either side and dimpled the middle before placing in pan. Certainly cannot tell it is turkey! Picky beef loving husband (and when I mean beef, we are used to fresh raised beef from the farm) approved. It certainly isn't the same as beef, but it is a nice break from the usual burger. Will make again.