These were delicious burgers Manda. My family and I thought they were very tasty indeed. I only added some salt and pepper. A very lean and healthy meal Thanks for sharing this.
i felt that these were really bland for all the great ingredients that went into them! i also did not care for the consistancy of the burgers..they almost were like a meatloaf not a burger!
Easy,healthy,and best of all very tasty. My husband loved them.
Great burgers! I omitted the liquid pepper seasoning, and added liquid smoke. The burgers were moist and tender. My 9 year old son loved them! This will be a go to for busy weeknight meals. Thanks!
These turkey burgers are a super, juicy alternative to beef burgers -- and healthier! I've made these a few times and everyone loves them. Add a slice of cheese for the last few minutes of grilling. Like Manda, I make large batches and freeze them for easy summer barbecues. For a reliable result, regardless of freezing, it's best to let the patties sit and get almost to room temperature rather than fridge temperature before grilling. If they're too cold in the middle, you will need to cook them more slowly and then you will more likely lose the possibility of a nice, crispy searing.
Awesome burgers! Omitted the soy sauce; added extra garlic, parsley, pepper, Liquid Smoke; only used 1/4 cup panko bread crumbs (glad I did); substituted dried minced onions and TrueLemon powder. Excited to have these again in our lunches tomorrow. Thanks so much!
Very moist and flavorful, but next time I'll add less breadcrumbs. The burgers had almost a meatloaf-y consistency, which was a little different than I expected. Still, very good!
I won't need to make beef burgers ever again! This recipe is incredibly tasty. Only changes I made were to reduce the breadcrumbs to 1/4 cup, substitute liquid smoke for hot sauce, added salt, and made 4 1/4-lb patties. We will make these often - thanks!
I've made this recipe a number of times. The burgers are great on the grill.
I made these burgers for the first time yesterday and cooked them in a cast iron skill. One of the best tasting burgers I've ever made turkey or otherwise. Although I did have to make some slight variations based on what I had in the kitchen. I didn't have any lemon juice, so I added 1/4 cup of applesause and I didn't have any Worcestershire sause, so I left it out. I also added an egg to help hold it together.