Turkey Apple Burgers

Looking for new dinner recipe to try? Turkey burgers are a great alternative to the ever common beef burger. This recipe is paired with apple to keep it moist and full of flavor; its sure to be a hit with all your dinner guests!

Turkey Apple Burgers
Turkey is a great alternative to ground beef for fabulous summer burgers. This recipe has loads of flavour and pairs well with a fresh veggies & simple yogurt sauce.
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Ingredients
  1. 2 lbs ground turkey breast*
  2. 1 apple, grated (1 cup)
  3. 3-4 garlic cloves, minced
  4. 2 tbsp Bragg’s or Tamari soy seasoning
  5. 1 egg, free run
  6. ½ tsp black pepper
  7. 6 whole or sprouted grain buns**
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat BBQ or grill. (Or pre-heat oven to 350º).
  2. Mix together ground turkey, apple, garlic, Bragg’s or Tamari sauce, egg and pepper. (Mixture will be very wet and soft.)
  3. Divide meat mixture into 6-7 portions and pat out to about ½” thickness. They will be about 4 to 6 inches round. (Burgers will shrink a lot so make them a little larger than the buns diameter). Cook about 5 min and flip and cook on the other side about 5 minutes or until done (no longer pink in the middle and juices run clear). If cooking in the oven, cook for 15-20 minutes or until juices run clear (cooking times will vary depending on oven).
  4. Top with Yogurt Basil Sauce (or your favorite sauce) and add desired veggies such as avocadoes, chives or spinach.
Notes
  1. *Look for free range turkey that is raised free of anti-biotics.
  2. **For a gluten free variation, look for brown rice wraps, or try Boston lettuce leaves as a wrap for a fresh twist!
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