10 October 2010

olive & artichoke turkey burger


Last week I made turkey burgers for dinner.
(One pound ground turkey, small handful of rolled oats, one egg, 1/4 cup barbecue sauce, dash worcestershire, s&p. Divide into four patties and cook in a skillet with a little oil until no longer pink inside.)
The kids topped theirs with tomato, ketchup and pickle. 
Hubs topped his with all the contents of the fridge (he's a Dagwood kind of guy).

I tried something new for me: a little mayo, tomato, marinated artichoke hearts, and kalamata olives. It was the perfect salty touch for this "healthy burger" that is definitely improved with a large dose of flavor.

What's your favorite non-traditional burger topper?

3 comments:

Betsy said...

Dad, that glutton, is always pleased to find a fried egg and/or a fried tomato and fried onions on his burger. Gotta keep him anyway, still working on him!

Marisa said...

I never understood the point of fried egg on a burger. I'll have to have Dad explain it to me.

Erin The Apartment Homesteader said...

that looks REALLY good!

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