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Monday, August 31, 2009

juicy turkey burger with garlic, mint, and rosemary

Yes, I just said JUICY turkey burgers! These burgers came out loaded with the flavors of garlic, mint, rosemary, and parsley with a secret ingredient that insured you'd be biting into a juicy, dribble down your chin, burger. Olive oil made all the difference, in this wonderful recipe slightly adapted from Kalyn's Kitchen.
Her recipe included some spices I didn't have, like coriander and sweet paprika, so I minced up some rosemary along with the parsley and mint. While those spices are on my grocery list for the next shopping, this adaptation was fabulous. I was also able to make two fat, large burgers, along with a dozen "turkey meatballs" to simmer in broth for brown bagging lunches.
So do check out her recipe, which includes a yogurt sauce for dipping.
To make:
1 pound ground turkey
2 fat cloves of garlic, minced
3 T. minced parsley
2 T. minced fresh mint
2 T. minced rosemary ( or you can use fresh dill if you prefer)
1 1/2 t. ground cumin
3 T. olive oil
1 1/2 t. salt
freshly ground pepper
Mix ingredients together well. Form into 4 patties, or make two burgers and a dozen medium-sized turkey meatballs. Cook in a skillet with olive oil over medium heat until cooked through.
I served the burgers on sandwich flats with heirloom tomatoes.


Maria said...

I love fresh rosemary! Great way to jazz up your burger!

katrina said...

Thanks, Maria! Loved the flavors and juiciness of this wonderful burger!

GarlicBOSS said...

It is all about the juice when it comes to cooking turkey burgers.. sounds great

katrina said...

It was a revelation, GarlicB! Too often the burgers stay juicy for about one minute, then dry out rapidly. Not anymore, I'm happy to say!

Chef Fresco said...

What a great burger!! yum yum!!

katrina said...

Thank you, chefs! Loved this juicy little guy!