Guy Fieri's Turkey/Chicken Patty Burgers

These are the most juciest burgers I've ever had. The spices really add a nice flavor, and you won't miss that they're not beef! Delicious! My family substitutes both ground chicken and turkey!

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  • In a medium sauté pan over medium heat add, 1-ounce oil and all raw vegetables and saute until translucent. Remove and cool.
  • Add veggies to raw chicken and mix thoroughly. Add all dry ingredients and egg. Thoroughly mix all ingredients and form into 6 patties. (Usually take a small ramiken and cover with enough Saran Wrap to cover filling in order to form the patties into a circular shape). Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  • In same saute pan add remaining 1-ounce olive oil, and cook patties 2 to 3 minutes per side.
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"These are the most juciest burgers I've ever had. The spices really add a nice flavor, and you won't miss that they're not beef! Delicious! My family substitutes both ground chicken and turkey!"
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  1. gefox3
    this really is a chicken/turkey burger not patty- most people think of that as one that is breaded and then cooked.
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  2. ItalianMama
    I knew these were going to be awesome when I mixed the meat up with all the spices - it smelled so good! And I was very happy with how they turned out. Great, bold, complex flavors, and the ground chicken (I used that instead of turkey) gave these a much nicer texture than ground beef patties. I had several guests over, and we all agreed that these were wonderful. I'll be making these again for certain! Thanks! Made for PAC Spring 2010.
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  3. BigBrownDad
    My buddies and I make these because they are big on flavor. I added chopped mushrooms. I will try cracker meal as a binder. I addded steak sauce too. We steam ours by adding liquid and closing the lid. Poultry seasoning is a must too.
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  4. 2CollegeBakers
    These are the most juciest burgers I've ever had. The spices really add a nice flavor, and you won't miss that they're not beef! Delicious! My family substitutes both ground chicken and turkey!
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