Yes, there is sugar in ketsup, but take a look at this Burger Beauty. We've removed the bun and replaced it with a nice thick piece of home-made, whole wheat bread with NO added sugar, so felt completely justified in serving this turkey burger with a dollop of the red stuff.

Look boring? Well, it's not, because the turkey meat holds so much flavor it's a party for your mouth. Here's how it's done:

In a large mixing bowl place:
1 LB ground turkey meat
1/2 large green bell pepper, finely chopped
1/2 onion, finely chopped
Dash of Soy
1 healthy tsp fresh ginger, finely grated over mixture
1 small clove of garlic, finely grated over the mixture
Salt and Pepper to taste

Put both hands into the bowl and squash it all together, then form the patties and place them in large skillet on medium-high heat. Saute until beautiful. Place your choice of cheese on top of the pattie and cover until it melts. Serve on a small bed of your choice of lettuce and have plenty of condiments around to add more zing. This makes a simple, super tasty and satisfying meal, and it doesn't hurt to have a nice glass of wine with it either. We love it, and you will too, friends. Promise.


  1. Mrs. HTB ... did you know what a sweet treat you are? We lub you at S365, Baby. I'm Just Sayin!

  2. Turkey burgers! I love them. Last turkey burger I has was a mixed turkey meat - grilled onion - pepper jack cheese all in one. Delish.

    Btw, my updater isn't working for some of my subscriptions either so I have some catching up to do, hehe.

  3. Sweet mother of marbles. It's beautiful!

    Aaand, time for dinner.

  4. aaaaand...I have no idea if that last comment went through or not.

    Good God, motherhood has turned my brain into rice cereal.

    Smooches from lollygagblog!


  5. Now that really looks good. I will add a link to your blog at the Boise Foodie Blog (http://boisefoodieguild.blogspot) and on Our Retirement Blog (http://retirementinidaho.blogspot.com) This is really a great blog.

  6. Delicious looking burger. Thanks for dropping by and leaving your comment.

  7. I'm so glad that you came by my blog so that I could find all these delicious sandwiches! I will be coming back often so that I can try some of them! Mmm mmm....

  8. i just discovered your site and "i'm in love".. i am a huge sandwich eater and you provide such amazing recipes.. i am a follower for life :-)

    parlez vous francais?

    thanks for stopping by earlier..

  9. Looks great! I love turkey burgers. You might be interested in some turkey sliders I made awhile back. http://fightthefatfoodie.blogspot.com/2009/11/turkey-sliders-and-slaw.html

  10. Keri, thanks for your comment. I like the design of your blog. Very lively and colorful. Please stay in touch!


  11. Very interesting and creative site! Sandwiches are always great, you just need top ingredients!

  12. I've never tried a turkey burger but, it looks and sounds delicious and I will have to try it! Love your sandwiches!!!

  13. Sandwiches are my favorite FOOD. This one look so Delish. Thanks for the recipe!

  14. Ooh, that looks good - want to come cook at my house? LOL!

    Thanks for stopping by at Lucky Star Lane!


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