Recipe by ABS140
"I made these when I was looking for something interesting to do with ground turkey. They are very moist and delicious on home-baked bread buns."
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white bread, torn into small pieces
red onion, chopped
dried cranberries, chopped
Brie cheese, cubed
fresh rosemary, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
I love the flavors of this burger, it is so gourmet tasting! The only changes I made were instead of mixing ketchup in with the meat etc. I mixed 2 tbsp. of whole cranberry cranberry sauce and I used breadcrumbs instead of a slice of bread. The results were excellent. I also topped the burger with some cranberry sauce and a few slices of brie. FANTASTIC!
We felt this needed more spice. I used panko breadcrumbs instead of a torn slice of bread but that was the only substitution. If I made these again, I'd add some worcestershire sauce maybe some more garlic
Amazing! I did make a few changes though. I added breadcrumbs when I realized the piece of bread was not allowing the meat to clump together. I also added more cranberries and cheese. I would highly recommend going light with the rosemary as it is a very strong herb. My burgers were overpowered with rosemary (which my husband loved, me not so much) but the turkey burger was still delicious. Next time around I will go light on the rosemary.
The best Turkey burger I've ever had. Made exactly per the recipe with ONE change. Since some of the other reviewers had used cranberry sauce instead of ketchup, I thought I'd kick it up with 2 T of cranberry horseradish sauce instead of either ketchup or cranberry sauce. 5 stars!
I made a major substitute by using goat cheese instead of the brie, which I'm not a huge fan of, and since I love goat cheese these were very, very good. I did happen to leave out the ketchup by mistake, and I'm not sure if that was the reason I found the burgers to be a bit bland. As another reviewer mentioned, I thought the rosemary flavor was a bit strong (and I love rosemary!) so next time I think I'll use a combination of rosemary, thyme and some rubbed sage. Still, the cranberries and cheese (whichever kind you end up using) make fabulous additions to a turkey burger.
These were DELICIOUS!!! I made a raspberry dijon to 'dress them' by mixing some melted raspberry preserves with whole grain dijon mustard, and they were fantastic. I'd love to make these for company, and next time I'll use my grill pan to cook them. YUM!
I also omitted the ketchup, and subbed 2 TBSP whole cranberry sauce. I subbed bread crumbs for the bread, and popped the patties in the freezer for a few minutes before cooking them up on the griddle. A great recipe, thanks!
This recipe is amazing, though I did make a few changes based on other comments. I used 3/4 cup of bread crumbs instead of bread. 1/2 cup of dried cranberries that were soaked in hot water. 2 tbsp of mustard instead of ketchup since no one seemed to like it. Mustard did add extra flavor. We dont like Rosemary so I added 1 teaspoon of honey which was amazing! Also, make sure you serve this with a pineapple salsa--it makes all the difference. If you need a quick recipe, 1 cup pineapple, 1 cup papaya, 1 1/2 cup of your favorite tomato salsa. Next time I make this I will brown the onions and increase the cranberries even more.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Turkey Burgers with Brie, Cranberries, and Fresh Rosemary
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 178
** Calories from Fat: 76
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