Sounds good! There's a Salsa Turkey Burger recipe on the SP recipe site that I've made a couple times. It's a good variation as well. Yes, it helps to have "normal" things to grill, doesn't it? My hubby brought home fat free Ballpark Franks from the grocery store 2 days ago. I wouldn't want to eat a steady diet of them, but if you're looking for a hot dog, it's a "legal alternative" that will do in a pinch!
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So, one of the hardest things I had to do was give up so much red meat. I made this recipe up because I love burgers so much but needed to make one more healthy. n Im not sure on the measurements because I usually just toss stuff in till it looks good.
1/2 lb ground turkey breast 1/2 lb ground turkey (the 93/7 stuff) 1/4 c. worsteshire sauce 1/4 c. balsamic vinegar 2-3 tbsp dried minced onion 1/4 c. whole wheat bread crumbs 1 tsp. ground black pepper pinch or two of salt.
just mix it all up and make burgers out of it. I portion them into 4 oz burgers and I like them better on the grill rather than a pan. Its very low cal and I cant believe how much like a beef burger it tastes.
I usually get some whole wheat rolls to put them on and load it up with veges mustard and yes...ketchup.
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