Turkey Burgers

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I was experimenting in the kitchen earlier this week and made up this turkey burger recipe. I hope you like it!

Here’s what you’ll need:

1 lb ground turkey

1 package hamburger buns

1 egg

5 saltine crackers

1 tsp minced garlic

1 tsp ranch seasoning

1/3 cup finely chopped onions

1/4 teaspoon pepper

cheddar cheese, sliced

butter & garlic powder (for toasting buns)

your choice of fixins

Here’s how to make them:

Coat a large skillet in nonstick spray and heat to medium.

In a mixer, blend together your meat, egg, saltine crackers, minced garlic, ranch seasoning, onions, and pepper.

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Form into patties and place on hot skillet. I just made two for us, then I formed the remaining ground turkey mixture into patties and froze them for another night.

This is how I feel about touching raw meat. Yuck!

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Cook your patties (only flipping once) until they’ve reached an internal temperature of 180 degrees. If you don’t have a meat thermometer just use a knife to look in the middle and make sure they’re cooked all the way through.

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Once they are almost done, I put a slice of cheese on top to let it melt.

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We toasted our burger buns in the toaster oven with some Parkay and garlic powder.

Serve with your desired fixins and condiments.

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We did a side of frozen fries with some added ranch seasoning.

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We loved these burgers! They were leaner than ground beef, but they didn’t skimp on the flavor any! Let me know what you think of them once you give them a try!

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Cara Kramp

Co-Founder at The Helpmates
Lover of all things sweet...my husband, our twins, our adorable cocker spaniel, and Reese's peanut butter cups. But I know none sweeter than the name of Jesus.

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