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Mozzarella-Stuffed Turkey Burgers

May/June 2008

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These tasty turkey burgers, served on toasted focaccia and dressed with marinara sauce, are reminiscent of a sausage pizza. Shredded mozzarella combined with fresh basil melts beautifully inside these gems.



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"We really enjoyed this. It's a little involved, but not much more than making a regular burger. We didn't have any worcesterchiresirehse3892a sauce so I messed around with soy sauce/vinegar/lemon juice (instead of the zest). It has a...
Mozzarella-Stuffed Turkey Burgers Recipe

33 Reviews for Mozzarella-Stuffed Turkey Burgers

01/17/2011
Burgerlicious

My son-in-law is a burger-holic but has found beef doesn't sit well anymore. He was in heaven with these as were all others at the table. I used a good healthy bottled marinara sauce with great success. Delicious flavours.

messy to eat
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01/06/2011
Excellent burger for lunch or dinner

We really enjoyed the burgers. I found the lemon zest to be too much so I will either reduce it by half or eliminate next time. The flavor was really good and not dry. We used our own pasta sauce so I cannot comment on the sauce. Would not hesitate to make these for guests.

Easy, good flavor
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10/26/2010
Anonymous

We really enjoyed this. It's a little involved, but not much more than making a regular burger. We didn't have any worcesterchiresirehse3892a sauce so I messed around with soy sauce/vinegar/lemon juice (instead of the zest). It has a fresh taste and the sauce makes the burger. Can't wait to try it with the actual ingredients. Another keeper!

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08/10/2010

We loved this recipe!! I had fresh mozzarella on hand so that's what I used and just cut it into very small cubes before stuffing the burgers. It worked great. I just made a double batch of the sauce to freeze. I couldn't resist eating some of it right away so I drizzled some flat bread with olive oil, sprinkled with a little grated pecorino romano and fresh mozzarella and broiled it. Then poured the sauce over it for a very tasty lunch!! Will definitely be making this recipe again and will be stocking the freezer with the sauce!

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hkshaffer96 wrote 2 years 47 weeks ago

Just an update: I posted pictures of the cooking process on my blog at: sarahsjoys.wordpress.com Feel free to check it out!

07/31/2010

I didn't puree the marinara sauce and cooked it until it no longer was saucy. It is like a tapenade and I make it now to put on chicken, bruschetta, sandwiches and crackers. It's the best part of the recipe ~ it's so versatile! Yum!!!

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