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Mushroom Turkey Burgers

Mushroom Turkey Burgers recipe
photo by:kraft
Seasoned ground turkey patties are pan-fried and topped with sautéed mushrooms for juicy, flavorful burgers the whole family will enjoy.
time
prep:
7 min
total:
27 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
7/24/2007
I did not use the Worcestershire sauce. I also didn't have any onion salt, so I used fresh onions and then added a little salt. The parsely added a nice "zing" to the burger, but mine did not quite look the same as pictured. I will try these again, prob, and will salt the patties on both sides before putting them on the stove.
posted:
6/3/2007
So good! We grilled it outdoors and they held up very well for turkey burgers!
posted:
4/21/2007
I grilled mine instead of stove top and I did the mushrooms on the grill as well. A big hit. I didn't have onion salt so I used garlic salt instead. Very tasty burgers, I'll be making these again for sure.
posted:
4/2/2007
My family LOVES this recipe! No more ground beef for us...........ground turkey all the way!
posted:
6/8/2006
I made this supper was very good.But i think will used garlic power instead of onion salt.
posted:
5/8/2006
I added some chopped up fresh mushrooms to the meat mixture and it turned out great!
posted:
6/5/2005
This was the best turkey burger I have ever had! The parsley and worsteshire sauce add the kick plain 'ol turkey needs! Instead of onion salt I used garlic powder and black pepper. When I saute'd the mushrooms I added some worsteshire sauce, garlic and black pepper too. When the burger was done, I piled the mushrooms ontop, put a slice of low fat swiss on top and covered it so the cheese would melt. With or without a bun, YUM!
posted:
3/29/2005
I used cilantro instead of parsley and it was great. Of course my family is not crazy about turkey burgers so I was able to freeze three patties for the next time. This is something I would be grilling in the summer. Fantastic recipe and very healthy.
posted:
10/13/2004
I plan to use spicy turkey sausage, sounds quick and easy on my George Foreman! Thank you so much for the ideas!
posted:
7/24/2004
We've made these burgers several times. Do not overcook so the burger remains moist.It's a favorite.
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