Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Guacamole Turk Burger

Sunday night I was trying to think what I could fix for dinner, we had ground turkey and all the stuff to make burgers. So I decided to make guacamole burgers. I know there are a lot of recipes out there for this, but as usual, I didn't follow a recipe, I just made the burgers then added what I wanted to them.

First, I made my burger patties, and let them marinate for a few hours, this gave them a really good flavor. We discovered we were out of gas on our grill, so I just ended up doing them in the oven. Not as good as grilling, but they were still tasty. Then came for the toppings . . . pepper jack cheese, guacamole, onion and bacon. yummy!!!! I ate mine just like that (without any bread), but M had his on a bun of course!

It was so good and fun to "spice" things up instead of having a regular burger.

If you want a recipe, here is one that I did refer to, but like I said before - I just made it without really following a recipe. (I do that a lot.) But if you need a recipe, try this one! I'm sure you will love it!!

1/2 pound ground turkey (or meat of choice)
2 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
Salt and pepper, to taste
Extra virgin olive oil, for brushing grill pan
Monterrey or Pepper Jack cheese (2 slices or equivalent amount of shredded - I used Pepper Jack)
guacamole, purchased or your favorite recipe
Bacon Crumbles
Lettuce, Tomato, Onion if desired


Kellie Collis said...

Looks mouth watering delicious! Enjoy the fabulous day, Kellie xx

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megan said...

O.M.G. that sounds and looks amazing! I'm definitely making these this weekend!

Anonymous said...

That looks awesome! This is totally going on my grilling list this summer! Thanks for the recipe!

little miss southern love. said...

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