Southwestern Turkey Burger

By amlang

Ingredients
  • 10 oz ground turkey

  • 1 oz silken tofu (2 tablespoons)

  • 1/2 tsp ground cumin

  • 1/4 tsp minced garlic

  • 1 cooking spray

  • 1/2 medium avocadoes (6 slices)

  • 2 tbsp sour cream

  • 4 green lettuce leafs

Directions
  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.

  2. In mixing bowl, combine ground turkey, tofu, cumin, and garlic. Mix well. Form two patties.

  3. Heat oven-proof skillet over medium heat. Mist both sides of each burger with cooking spray. Cook 3-1/2 minutes per side.

  4. Transfer skillet to oven and bake five minutes or until cooked through.

  5. Let stand 5 minutes to cool slightly. Place each burger on piece of lettuce leaf. Top each burger with three slices of avocado, 1 tablespoon of sour cream and remaining lettuce slices.


Nutritional Facts

Servings
2
Amount Per Serving
Calories
352.2
Total Carbohydrate
6.3 g
Dietary Fiber
2.1 g
Sugars
1 g
Total Fat
24 g
Saturated Fat
6.9 g
Unsaturated Fat
17.2 g
Potassium
551 mg
Protein
28.4 g
Sodium
197.2 mg

chicken/poultry burger turkey ultra-low-carb

5 replies

makotodori
makotodori 2012-02-23 11:48:41 -0600 Report

Hey marjey, thanks for the reply and measuring help! I look forward to trying this recipe over the weekend!

marjey
marjey 2012-02-22 10:36:06 -0600 Report

hello makotodori…you're funny or at least your comments are. i think what it's trying to say is to use 1 oz of silken tofu or (if it's easier for you to measure)…use 2 tablespoons of the silken tofu instead. have a good one.

makotodori
makotodori 2012-02-22 09:57:20 -0600 Report

For those who ARE willing to try this recipe, were you able to figure out what the "or 2 tablespoons" ingredient is?

joanne denison
joanne denison 2012-02-22 09:09:28 -0600 Report

Nice recipe. Skip the tofu. It is an estrogen mimicker and is definitely not for men, and it will screw up a woman's cycles. Perimenopausal women may have very heavy periods and tofu/soy can worsen that condition. Also, cooking spray is oil and most oils in the US are now GMO toxic where the plant was GMO'd to withstand heavy app's of herbicides and pesticides. Moreover, common oils (corn, vegetable, etc.) degrade in cooking, making them slightly toxic. Coconut oil and butter are better for cooking and have more nutrients. Use organic, minimally processed. Better yet, look for raw sweet butter. Pasteurization makes foods a bit toxic too.
Other than that, sounds good.