Thai Turkey Burger-Weight Watchers 5 Points

"Love these moist burgers that don't even need a bun! (although my kids still eat them as a "traditional" burgers with ketchup on a bun) Weight Watcher's only 5 points (without a bun) and they don't taste like traditional "diet" burgers!"
 
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photo by BLUE ROSE photo by BLUE ROSE
photo by BLUE ROSE
photo by Outta Here photo by Outta Here
photo by Outta Here photo by Outta Here
Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
6
Yields:
4 burgers
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine ingredients, shape into burgers and grill!
  • Freeze nicely for a quick meal.

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  1. BLUE ROSE
    For this recipe I chose to freeze mine ahead of time for a later use.<br/><br/>What a great idea.<br/><br/>For this burger I chose to have it my way as a burger salad with raspberry walnut dressing and the bun on the side. This reminded me of a salad I had up home. <br/><br/>This burger is amazing. Either way you make this it comes out great.
     
  2. Outta Here
    Nice change from our regular turkey burgers. Great flavors. I am going to add some dried chili flakes or diced jalapeno next time for some added zing. I made mine on the Foreman grill, but looking forward to grilling season to try these with the smoke flavor in them. Made for Spring 2009 PAC.
     
  3. Quistis145
    Made these last ight, they were awesome! I love the addition of the sesame oil, it really gave them a great flavor! I did add just a little bit of egg beaters to the mix to keep them together since there were no bread crumbs. I also added some fresh minced garlic. They really do stay moist! Outstanding! Thank you!
     
  4. nemokitty
    What a moist burger!!! I had to use powdered ginger and regular onion. We've had this twice already. YUM!
     
  5. ARathkamp
    We've never tried turkey burgers, but after we made these the DH said "I think I'm a fan of turkey burgers." We'll make these again! I serves these on Ciabatta rolls. Yum!
     
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Love to cook, so I am lucky that my family appreciates it! Juggling crazy schedules, with two working parents and teenagers, but I value the importance of family dinners nightly! <br> <br>Also love to garden, read and use photo's creativly making personal calendars for my family. I teach Sunday School and volunteer with the Skating Association for the blind and handicapped. <br> <br>Read cookbooks like novels, and living up to my name, Joy, my favorite cookbook is The Joy of Cooking! Working on a long term project of making a family cookbook with all my favorite recipes with family pictures, comic strip favorites and quotes.
 
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