If you are looking for a simple, easy and healthy turkey burger, these might do the trick…Applegate turkey burgers.
Before I continue, I need to give you a full disclosure… “I have been given Applegate Turkey Burgers as part of a product review. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company.
I have never made turkey burger but have used ground turkey for these recipes…and when eating ordering burger somehow it is always beef…therefore I did not have any turkey burger to compare with.
Moreover, I have not heard of Applegate until I was contacted by the company and they offer me to try their products. They have many other products that I would love to try, but was given the turkey burgers…
– Why trying Applegate Turkey Burgers?
They are organic and it contains two ingredients…yes you read it right, two ingredients…turkey and rosemary. How healthy can you get?
– How these turkey burgers taste?
For us, it was a bit dry…this might be my fault since I used an air-fryer. To be fair, it was delicious together with tomato, lettuce and some mayo. You might want to add spices and herbs to bust the flavor.
– Would I but these turkey burgers?
Especially that we are trying to cut red meat. These burgers are a great alternative for a quick and easy meal.
– Where can I find Applegate turkey burgers?
I saw it in the frozen section of many groceries stores around me, you might try to look at your local store.
– How should I cook these turkey burgers?
Because turkey meat is very lean, cooking on a pan with a little butter and/or oil will add moist to the patties.
– Are you ready to try Applegate Organic Turkey Burgers?
Sorry to disappoint you…there is no recipe for it…just cook the burgers you normally cook beef patties, grill, pan fry, air-fry…top with pickles, lettuce, tomatoes and with your favorite condiments…in between buns or wrapped in lettuce leaves. Cheese? Of course, which ever kind of cheese you like.
In another words, just use the turkey burger as you would use the beef patties…
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Did you know that lean turkey can provide you with a lot of protein? Make sure to choose fat-free portions of the turkey as they are rich in niacin (heart health), selenium (thyroid health, help immunity), tryptophan (amino acid for the production of serotonin as well as immune system) and many others minerals.
Flavorful recipe! Thank you for sharing!
I love turkey burgers and these Applegate Turkey burgers sound amazing!
This was my first time trying their turkey burgers, and they are good!
I use a number of Applegate products. They have a grass fed organic hot dog that is perfect for a picnic with kids. Okay I love a hot dog with sauerkraut myself…
Oh Inger, I too love sauerkraut…still need to try theirs hot dogs…thanks for the heads up.
I love turkey burgers and these ones look delicious!
This is what I need right now, missing the burgers due to this lockdown
LOL, these turkey burger will do it…stay safe Raymund!
This is just how I love to eat my burgers!! And turkey sounds like a nice change of pace from our usual beef burgers.
Simple is good…and agree with you Liz, change is always good.
The burger looks delicious!
Such a healthy burger. I have bought ground turkey but never thought of making a burger with it.
Me too, I never thought making burger with ground turkey…and it is sure an easy and healthy choice.
Dear Juliana, we love to eat turkey burgers, a real comfort food. I like your classic way of serving these organic turkey patties with tomatoes, lettuce, iceberg salad and a little bit of mayo (exactly the way I like them). Nice ot see that you used whole grain toast as opposed to regular burger buns here, a very nice presentation!
Hope you are doing well!
Stay safe & sound, my friend!
Thanks Andrea, you are always so nice…we love the turkey burger in between healthy slices of bread…
Be safe my dear!
That looks indeed very tasty and healthy. Love that multi seedy bread too.
Thanks Angie, the turkey burger in between the multiseed bread was indeed amazing!