Seasoned Turkey Burgers in a Salad

Two weeks ago I made these Seasoned Turkey Burgers and they were wonderful. I tried to cook them on the grill but ran out of propane after about three minutes so I had to finish them on the stove. They don’t turn out as pretty on the stove but boy were they good.

I chopped mine up and added the Buffalo Wild Wing Garlic Parmesan Sauce for only 1 carb per serving and my salad didn’t even need salad dressing. It was just the right thing.

This is the plain turkey burger and Mike loved it with the dipping sauce from Buffalo Wild Wing but he did not put it on a salad.

This recipe calls for Croutons. I bought the Texas Toast Seasoned Salad Croutons. I measured them prior to crushing. The croutons are very large so they are bulky in the measuring cup. Measure one cup of them and then place into a plastic baggie and pound with a mallet to crush. I figured that the croutons came to only 1 carb per pattie. This recipe makes 8 patties.

Seasoned Turkey Burgers in a Salad

  • 2 pounds ground turkey
  • 1 cup Texas Toast Seasoned Croutons, measure and then crush
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • lettuce
  • tomato
  • Buffalo Wild Wing Parmesan Garlic sauce
  • Cheddar Cheese

Mix ground turkey, crushed croutons and onion powder. Make into patties and grill over an open flame or in a pan on your stove. (grill tastes better).

Once completed chop your burger very finely and add desired amount of Buffalo Wild Wing Parmesan Garlic sauce.

On a plate add lettuce, tomato, cheddar cheese and top with burger with sauce on it.

This should be enough for 8 people.

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