Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Turkey Burgers and Fresh, Warm Rolls!

Good morning! 
After I got home from a long day in the city yesterday I decided to make turkey burgers. I base my recipe on the cookbook "Everyday Food" from the Kitchen of Martha Stewart.  They have really great meals that use simple ingredients and are little prep time.  I also made butternut squash and sweet potato fries. The sweet potato fries were for Danny and I made the butternut squash fries because I didn't want the squash to go bad. (I bought one pre-halved and peeled because I'm lazy it's hard to cut.)

1 1/2 pound organic ground turkey (I used (94% fat free)
1/2 cup grated part skim mozzarella cheese
1 slice ezekial bread (broken up into crumbs) (or 1/4 cup breadcrumbs)
1/4 cup dijon mustard
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp pepper

Mix all ingredients in a bowl well.  Split into 4 and mold into burger shape. Spray a pan or griddle with non-stick cooking spray.  Make sure turkey burgers are cooked through, about 10-12 minutes per side. 

This is Danny's plate. You can see how huge the rolls I made were - they make the turkey burgers look teeny when they ARE NOT! They were so warm, crusty and delicious, I couldn't help putting a little butter on mine and eating half of it like that.  Oh, how I love my bread machine!


Nostalgia said...

Very nice.. I love baking bread too.. your turkey sandwich looks great.

Stephen said...

So good! especially with fresh baked bread i bet.

Simply Life said...

Oooh I don't have a bread machine but have made homemade bread occasionally and there really is nothing better!

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