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    Wonderful flavor and healthier than traditional burgers

    Recipe #220020

    I make these and double the recipe. I wrap each burger and lay on a cookie sheet till frozen then bag, they keep in the freezer about 3 months. It's a great recipe for when ground chicken or turkey is on sale.

    Recipe #123779

    A great meatloaf recipe that is flavorful, moist and low-fat!

    Recipe #216539

    These are a little different. For all the honey-mustard lover.

    Recipe #32659

    These are great and low-fat too!

    Recipe #148113

    3 Reviews |  By Valeria

    This is a popular dish in my house because it's rich in flavor and never dry. It goes great with buttered peas and pierogies or Recipe #141183.

    Recipe #157953

    The addition of shredded carrots is the secret ingredient to the most juicy moist turkey burgers so please don't omit them! these are delicious done on the grill I make these quite often and my family loves them and they are low fat too --- they may be broiled or pan-fried but they are much better if prepared on the grill or even an indoor grill would be great! This recipe makes approx 8 turkey burgers, depending on how large you make them, you might want to double or triple the amounts and freeze the patties --- Mrs. Dash seasoning may be replaced for the seasoned salt if you are on a low sodium diet --- plan ahead the patties must chill for 4-24 hours to blend flavors, the longer chilling time the better! --- for the best flavor use seasoned salt not white salt and if you are a garlic-lover then increase to 2 tablespoons, for my garlic-loving family I use about 6 garlic cloves, and my family loves lots of heat so I also add in 2 tablespoons of crushed chili flakes

    Recipe #122838

    7 Reviews |  By Mika G.

    Cooking Korean food is a passion of mine. I don't know how traditional this is but it has the taste of bulgoki in a burger. Very flavorful!

    Recipe #258201

    These taste like a good old fashioned hamburger. They are so good! We usually double the recipe and use the meat in Stuffed baked potatoes on the second night.

    Recipe #257634

    Ask any of mom's three girls and you'll get the same answer: No other meatloaf compares! The sweet and spicy brown sugar and mustard sauce has always set this apart as a favorite in our family.

    Recipe #410962

    When I was in Boy Scouts Troop 34 in Sandusky, Ohio, we use to get kitchen detail and got to make out own menu. This is one that was on the request all the time when we went camping on the weekends!

    Recipe #370621

    My husband, the true carnivore, loves this meatloaf. The kids love it - minus the onions. I got this recipe from Betty Crocker's American Country Cooking which I modified a little.

    Recipe #399282

    Try this burger recipe for a great change of pace! Notes: Find Japanese panko bread crumbs on the Asian food aisle in a well-stocked supermarket or in Asian markets. For a different flavor, add curry powder or ginger and soy sauce. Please remember that if you use less chicken to cut back on the garlic, we are garlic lovers, I once used less chicken and didn't, and while the overall taste was great, the garlic was a little overwhelming, even for us. These mini burgers hold together no problem, remained juicy and cook though very evenly, a 'must' for me when making burgers. Since this has some specifically asian ingredients I have decided to put this into ZWT: Asia.

    Recipe #178715

    I found the basis for this meatloaf in the Woman's Day 12-volume Encyclopedia of Cookery that I bought in 1966, 1 book a week, at the grocery store. I have adjusted it over time to reflect today's health issues, such as lower salt and fat. The wonderful thing about this recipe is that the proportions are always right, so it can be used as the basis for meat balls, and other loaves such as ham, chicken, salmon or whatever comes to mind.

    Recipe #195970

    I tried to find this recipe on this site and couldn't, so I apologize if it's been posted before. This is a family tradition for us. My mom makes these meatballs every time we have a big family gathering and everybody eats until they're sick! :) They're just amazing!

    Recipe #344224

    2 Reviews |  By Ackman

    There are some people (even Norwegians) that don't like lutefisk...I'm one of them! UFF DA is having Swedish meatballs at a Norwegian lutefisk supper!!!

    Recipe #409386

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    This burger recipe by Anna Muffoletto from her cookbook titled THE ART OF SICILIAN COOKING showed me the Italians know how to make great burgers too. *Enjoy*

    Recipe #222706

    Platte County in Missouri, USA is known for it's kraut burgers. Time and convenience have changed the way they serve them, but this is the old-fashioned way that everyone remembers from their childhood. With the exception of the seasoning, which is my touch. Even non-kraut lovers like these.

    Recipe #25890

    1 Reviews |  By Jezski

    You know how sometimes you wonder where all those hungry people came from? Well, here's an easy do-ahead way to keep them happy, while you barbecue the ribs and cook the kielbasa. I DON'T know why these should be called Polish, but the recipe came from my Polish aunt, we are of Polish descent and we've enjoyed these for some time. Great for cook-out season. Or how about tailgating? Go Black and Gold!

    Recipe #252354

    This is a great and easy comfort food recipe which I found in a Midwestern Junior League Cookbook. This cooks up quick and great paired with a salad and garlic bread. Instead of a skillet, I use a large 9" sauce pan with lid.

    Recipe #144303

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