Just trying the recipe found here for Turkey Stuffing Burgers. Will let you know how it goes. Here’s a copy of what you need.
- 1 beaten egg
- 1/2 cup Stove Top stuffing mix
- 1 tablespoon dried onions/freshly chopped onions
- 1 teaspoon chicken bouillon granule
- 1/4 cup water
- 1 lb ground turkey
- 1 cup Stove Top stuffing mix, crushed
Total Time: 35 mins
- In bowl combine egg 1/4 cup water; stir in 1/2 cup stuffing mix, onion, and bouillon. Let stand for five minutes.
- Add turkey and mix well; shape into 1/2 inch patties.
- Coat with crushed stuffing mix.
- Cook patties in skillet coated with oil about 10 minutes per side until thoroughly cooked. (We cooked ours on a closed grill to cook faster. Turns out we needed to, because ours were a bit thicker.)
Summary: awesome. For turkey burgers (or any burgers for that matter), I’d rate this 4.5/5
In making, the patties were maybe a bit too soft because they were sticking a bit, but not too bad at all, and probably could’ve added a bit more of the Stovetop to dry it up, but I didn’t really need to. We had some difficulty crushing the cup of Stovetop, since we didn’t have a rolling pin, but managed to use a wooden spoon handle to do most of the major crushing, then put it through a sieve as best we could.
In eating, we were both pleasantly surprised by the tastiness of the burgers. I almost had a second one, but thought my bellay probably wouldn’t have appreciated the extra weight. They weren’t as crispy as I thought they might be, but that didn’t really matter. I had mine with ketchup, zucchini relish, and this medium green salsa we got recently to try, and it was amazing. I highly recommend you try this recipe when you feel like a change from regular burgers!