Written by adam on Feb 20, 2007
Turkey Kraut Burger
I just realized that this is the second turkey burger recipe to be posted on this site. Surprise, Surprise. Does this mean that Men in Aprons is cutting out the delicious delicious fat and calorie-laden food? Have we gone soft around the middle? Well, yes ... but NO! After making the mexican turkey burger a while back, I realized that turkey burgers are really good, and it is difficult to tell the difference between them and beef burgers.
In mixing bowl, combine turkey, 1 cup sauerkraut, 1/2 cup onions, the pimento, egg white and mustard. Shape into size 4-inch patties. Grill until meat is no longer pink, turning over once. Combine remaining sauerkraut, onions and the cheese. Top patties with mixture and grill until cheese melts. Serve on hamburger buns, if desired.
*Rinsing sauerkraut prior to draining removes approximately one-half of its sodium. 6-servings
Recipe and photo courtesy Krrrrisp Kraut.
Responses to "Turkey Kraut Burger" ...
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This recipe looks cool. Does not seem like lot of work, and the end product that is pizza looks tempting. For me pizza is one of the best Italian food.
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