I make these regularly for my husband and I and love them. My 3 year old grandson refuses to eat any kind of vegetables so for his sleep over I decided to give these a try. I grated and chopped as fine as I could and called them "Big Boy Burgers". The veggies went down and he seemed to really like them much to the surprise of his Mom & Dad! The recipe went home with his Mom.
I have been looking for a good recipe for turkey burgers and this is it (although I did make a lot of substitutions based on what I had on hand). I used italian seasoning instead of thyme. And I used grated carrots, onion, and garlic as that was all I had on hand. I'm not exactly sure what it was but these were so good, I didn't even notice they were turkey because of how moist they were. Thanks for posting this.
These were really good - I used carrots, zucchini, and some mushrooms, as well as chopped garlic. Didn't have fresh thyme so I substituted fresh marjoram. They were nice and moist and not dried out at all.
I'm not a turkey burger fan but because i'm trying to eat healthier I gave them a try. They were very good and my 6 and 7 year olds ate them without complaint. The only thing I added was fresh minced garlic. Only because we love our garlic! So if my kids will eat them then it's a good thing!
Forgot to add 1/2 red pepper, finely chopped. My husband LOVES these burgers, and he normaly doesn't do burgers. Super moist, great flavor!
Wow, this deserves way more than 5 stars...it is sooo good and healthy as well. I used about 1 teaspoon jarred thyme, instead of fresh and served with ranch, ketcup, mustard and lettuce. This is now one of my favorites, I'll be making this often! Thank you for posting Shirl!
These were very yummy, we did put a slice of swiss cheese on them, but that is because we are cheese addicts. These were very juicy. Will be having these often!