Excellent. I skipped the bun and instead of fresh onion I just used some onion powder. I think the key to this recipe is the balsamic. We really enjoyed this one. Will make it again. Thanks for posting!
Great turkey burger. I've been making this recipe for years now and I always get asked for the recipe whenever I make them for guests. Few things I change, saute the onions first, add same amount of pepper as salt, and I add a bit of garlic powder. I always have fresh red peppers so I blacken them on the grill (w/olive oil and seasoning salt), then peel the peppers after blackening. Also great with a pepper jack cheese. Delish!
This was nice - between a 3 and a 4 - rounded up because turkey burgers tend to be a bit bland. The vinegar is a nice touch, as was the roasted pepper. Next time, I'll add a bit of garlic. I think that would be good.
Excellent turkey burger. The balsamic vinegar added great flavor and color to the turkey burger, and the roasted red pepper topping made this gourmet-quality. Served on buns with leaf lettuce.
Wonderful recipe with Italian flair! What a nice balance of sweet and salty. My whole family really enjoyed these turkey burgers. I did add a few tablespoons of roasted garlic, because we are garlic lovers. If this recipe is too bland for you I suggest adding some garlic and red pepper flakes.
I made 3 different turkey burger recipes and made my family rate them. These were by far the best. I will keep these in the freezer for the grill all summer. I have never bought roasted red peppers in a jar before, I am sure I will use them all the time. Thanks for the recipe.
I thought this was really bland. I think that's just the nature of turkey burgers though. I will give it this though: one burger filled me up. I can see how it would be advantageous to dieters.
Very nice flavor! We served the burgers on wheat rolls with baked onion rings and coleslaw. Made for a wonderful meal. Thanks so much for the recipe.