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Thyme Turkey Burgers With Goat Cheese

Thyme goes so well with turkey. These are slightly more sophisticated and company-worthy burgers. Serve plain or with a toasted flatbread.

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directions

  • Preheat your grill or pan if using the stove.
  • Combine all the herbs together in a small bowl.
  • Divide the turkey into four, equal-sized portions.
  • Mix 1/4 of the herb mixture into each portion or turkey, and mix well with your hands.
  • Mix in salt and pepper if desired.
  • Cook or grill turkey burgers, turning a few times, for about 6-7 minutes per side.
  • Check for doneness by cutting into the center of one.
  • If no longer pink, then they are done.
  • Smear room-temperature goat cheese on the hot burgers.
  • Serve with grilled sweet onions and tomatoes or on their own.
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"Thyme goes so well with turkey. These are slightly more sophisticated and company-worthy burgers. Serve plain or with a toasted flatbread."
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  1. Paris D
    I usually find turkey to be bland. This is probably the most flavorful turkey burger I've ever had. It was great. I highly recommend this recipe.
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  2. alijen
    Thyme goes so well with turkey. These are slightly more sophisticated and company-worthy burgers. Serve plain or with a toasted flatbread.
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