I found these 4-pc pack of wheat rolls at Wal-Mart and thought they would be really good as burger buns. At first, my husband wasn’t too sure about it but then I told him my idea of adding coleslaw on top of the patties so I was able to convince him in the end. We both decided ground turkey would compliment wheat rolls and coleslaw.
1 and 1/2 pound of ground turkey
1 small onion, chopped
3 cloves of garlic, chopped
sprinkles of dried herbs : basil, oregano, thyme (or Italian seasoning)
1 tbsp of Aromatica Organics sweet lemon pepper
1 tsp of Worcestershire sauce
more dried herbs : basil, oregano, thyme (or Italian seasoning)
a little bit of oil
For the broccoli coleslaw : combine 1 bag of broccoli coleslaw mix (refer to this link for a picture), 2 huge spoonfuls of mayonnaise, 1 tsp os salt, sprinkle of peppers, 1 tbsp red wine vinegar and 1 tbsp of sugar. Mix everything together, put in a covered container and store in the fridge until ready to plate the burgers. Here’s how it should look like.
For the turkey patties :
Heat oil in a pan. Cook onions, garlic, and dried hers seasoning.
Add the cooked onions into the bowl of ground turkey. Add just a little bit more of fried herbs into the beef. Add 1 tsp of Worcestershire sauce and 1 tsp of Aromatica Organics sweet lemon pepper as well.
Mix with hands and form patties. Cook each patties using an electric griddle. Or a pan or grill, whichever you prefer or whatever way is available. About 8-10 minutes on each sides. Or less. just don’t burn the patties.
Put the slices of cheese on top to melt slightly.
Carefully slice the wheat rolls. Place the turkey patty with cheese on top of the bottom roll, then add the broccoli coleslaw on top. Finish with the top portion of the wheat roll.
A scrumptious and most filling burger I’ve had in a long time.
—-originally posted at old Blisstree/b5media—–