Saturday, April 5, 2008

Garlic and Parmesan Turkey Burgers


Tonight for dinner, after the frenzy of the Banana Cake and the Whopper cookies I thought that burgers would be a good idea, seeing as I didn't actually have to go outside and cook them on the grill, I could get my husband to do that!

I adapted the burger recipe from an Everyday Food recipe for meatballs.

1 lb of ground lean turkey
1/4 cup seasoned breadcrumbs
1 egg
2 cloves of garlic or 2 teaspoons of ready minced garlic
1/4 cup of grated Parmesan
Salt and pepper to taste

Mix it all together and then form into six good sized burgers. They take about 20 mins on the grill.

I threw them on some ciabatta rolls with shredded lettuce and some tomato. Delicious.

5 comments:

sweetrosie said...

I've had dodgy interent connection and have missed some of your posts. What great reading it made when I caught up this morning!
I love the banana cake, as you know, and the Vegemite post with your beautiful photos was great :)
We had Vietnamese meat rolls for lunch yesterday - bought ones. They're $3 and have porky meats, pate, coriander, carrot, cucumber, chilli,& fish sauce in one of those flaky French/Vietnamese rolls - delicious. Your's looked gorgeous Cathie. I always love your photos!

Sylvie said...

I haven't had a good burger in ages, seeing this really makes me want one.

Tarah said...

Mmmm, this really wants me to have a burger...

The parmesan and garlic sounds brilliant in a turkey burger!

Patricia Scarpin said...

These are delicious!!! I ave never thought of adding parmesan to burger. That's genius!

Ali said...

What a great recipe!

I loved it so much, I included it in a weekly roundup of the best recipes on the web, over at Blissfully Domestic. (www.blissfullydomestic.com)

Thanks for the recipe!! :o)