A light alternative to beef, the turkey burger lends itself well to all kinds of seasonings. From chili turkey burgers to Italian turkey burgers to patties loaded with onion, these easy recipes go from skillet to table in less than 15 minutes.See Popular Turkey Burgers Recipes
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Bisquick Heart Smart® recipe! Create a turkey twist on burgers. Turkey and the works are baked and ready to serve in 30 minutes.
These glazed turkey burgers are a good alternative to beef burgers when you want a lower fat option.
Get our best turkey burger recipes in this delicious recipe collection. From something super easy to adventurous, we've got the recipes you'll love.
Think of this loose meat sandwich as a spiced-up version of the classic Sloppy Joe.
Turkey burgers are a great low fat alternative to your typical hamburger. Top with cabbage, red onion and the sauce of your choice for a beautiful and delicious meal.
Traditional beef burgers have long been a mainstay at backyard parties and barbecues, but if you're looking for a lighter, leaner alternative, you should learn how to make turkey burgers.
Ground turkey makes a great alternative to traditional grilling fare especially when served with this delicious skillet fry recipe.
Easy turkey burgers that kids and adults will both like? Look no further than this flavorful and protein-packed recipe.
We love turkey burgers! That's not to say we're planning to swear off ground beef anytime soon, but there's just something about the lighter, leaner (yet still satisfying) taste of turkey burgers that makes for a nice change of pace. Where turkey burgers often get a bad rap is when you try to dress 'em up like beef burgers.
How do you keep turkey burgers moist? Add moisture! Apple butter is the secret ingredient here, adding moisture and deep flavor.
Fruit on a burger? It makes total sense when served as a sweet salsa topping on these Thai-inspired turkey burgers.
Spike Mendelsohn first made turkey burgers for the Obamas at the 2009 Easter Egg Roll on the White House lawn. He then created a version for the First Lady; at Good Stuff, he serves it with Swiss cheese and calls it the Michelle Melt. A portion of all proceeds goes to DC Central Kitchen, which helps feed the homeless.