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World's Best Turkey Burger

World's Best Turkey Burger created by Janelle M.

Yes, there is a turkey burger that my red meat eating boys will eat! After several attempts of trial and error - I have come up with a flavorful, juicy burger that has made it into our regular rotation of meals. Makes 5-6 large, thick burgers. Watch closely when cooking for the first time, because the ricotta - which adds the extra moisture - can burn easily.

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  • Mix all ingredients together with hands.
  • Form into patties of desired size and thickness. If you keep them fairly thick, they will be moister.
  • Place into lightly greased, non stick skillet (I like using my cast iron skillet)on medium high. Cook without moving until bottom side is dark brown and crusted - appx 4-5 minutes.
  • Turn over, then reduce heat to medium and cook 8-10 minutes longer or until center is no longer pink and juices run clear.
  • I serve on ciabatta rolls with mayo, more Dijon, a slice of pepper jack cheese, lettuce and tomato. Yum!
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"Yes, there is a turkey burger that my red meat eating boys will eat! After several attempts of trial and error - I have come up with a flavorful, juicy burger that has made it into our regular rotation of meals. Makes 5-6 large, thick burgers. Watch closely when cooking for the first time, because the ricotta - which adds the extra moisture - can burn easily."
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  1. Janelle M.
    World's Best Turkey Burger Created by Janelle M.
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  2. Kelly M.
    I use 3/4 teaspoon of Tony Chachere's instead of salt, a 1/2 teaspoon of oregano, 1 1/2 Tbls of Hellman's mayo, Instead of Dijon I used regular mustard (same amount), three of sprinkles of parsley, 2 shakes of McCormick's Montreal Steak seasoning, and a scant of Worcestershire. Baked for 20 minutes at 400 over a steam bath with liquid smoke on a rack. I guess I should say it was very seasony.
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  3. Mike Viehl
    Follow directions to the T they fell apart in the pan I figured they would
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  4. Robin F.
    I have never had a turkey burger that didn't gag me until tonight. All I can say is WOW this recipe is a DEFINITE KEEPER!!! I made this just like the recipe except I was out of thyme and accidentally forgot to put in the Djon mustard. The burgers are HUGE and absolutely delicious.
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  5. Afi A.
    Basically I use these recipes a guide for me to create with what I have in the cupboard... so I made half the recipe using herb de provence instead of rosemary ( as it has rosemary in it), horseradish instead of worstechire and sour cream mixed with parmesean instead of ricotta! It was so super delicious, moist, on-point goodness!
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