Ready in 30 minutes
These turkey burgers come out juicy, thanks to the added oil and onions. Turkey is a delicious, slightly healthier choice for the grill.
Use your hands to mix burger ingredients together lightly. DO NOT OVERMIX.
Using a tupperware lid, shape burgers into patties, no more than 3/4 inches thick. Place in freezer for at least 40 minutes; this helps keep the burger together during cooking.
Preheat grill to medium hot heat. Oil grill and place chilled burgers on it. They cook quickly, so turn after 3-4 minutes. Cook on each side for a total of 4 minutes. Place cheese on burgers, cover grill to melt. Serve with traditional burger toppings.
Drizzle some olive oil (careful of flames!) on the burger 1 minute before serving.
A slightly healthier choice for the grill. Excellent flavor.
bradygirl 1y agoI don't eat red meat, so these are a perfect basis for turkey burgers. Can adjust onions, spice as desired.
Haikuheath 1y agoYuk-o!!! Did not like the recipe and NO, I will never make this again.
Dragonballs69 2y ago
katherinecalvay 2y agoJuicy and flavorful. I added some minced garlic!
matt_sieczkowkski 2y agoGreat flavor and a awesome use for almost useless 99% turkey, I'm on a cleanse so I used lettuce as a bun and oh my were they freaking good! Thanks fr the recipe!
saurabrao 2y agobekar h
kyria_byfield 3y agoLove these burgers! So easy and great flavour.
Meggan88 3y agoSo good! My picky eater loved them! I have made alot of turkey burgers before but, nothing in comparison to this!
jenngeier 3y agoI liked this recipe a lot... I made turkey sliders instead of full size burgers...people are still talking about how great they were!!!
BillyBaroo 3y agoThese are amazing. I used ground chicken instead of turkey. Everyone that has tried these has asked where I found the recipe and they rave about them. Absolutely delicious. I kept a couple in the freezer and grilled them 2 weeks later and they were just as good.