By SarasotaCook on March 26, 2011
Photo by Bergy
Photo by Bergy
"These are easy but very full of flavor. I also prefer to use turkey for this, but if you are a die hard "beef fan" go ahead and use beef. The burger is moist and delicious and the cheese, avocado and mayonnaise just make this a wonderful burger."
Serving Size: 1 (441 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Very, very good! We don't have an outdoor grill so I make hamburgers on our little George Foreman electric grill. I've tried several different recipes and they are always too dry. These were juicy and delicious! The sauce is good, but just ketchup and relish are great too!"
"Wow, this was good! We enjoyed this for the 4th on the George Foreman grill since it rained. I used 1 lb meat, 1/2 tsp onion powder instead of grated onions, and extra sharp cheddar instead of pepperjack, since that's what I had on hand. Even hubby loved the mayo, even though he's usually a strict ketchup and mustard on burgers kind of guy. Thanks for posting, we will definitely make again!"
"These are great burgers - not a plain dry turkey burger - but moist and full of flavor. The green chile mayo is very good. I did use half non-fat Greek yogurt and half light mayo - think this would make a great salad dressing. Made for New Kid on the Block Tag."
"Turkey or Chicken burgers can be very boring but not this one. Sarasotacook you really nailed a super good recipe. I used Salsa Verde (I had it open in the fridge) and used a fresh Jalapeno in the mayo. Definitely a do again recipe. I couldn't fit the avocado on the burger so had it along side. The avocado is a must with this burger."