Not as heavy as a beef burger but just as tasty. It had a fresh sweet taste with the mango chutney. The crispness of the baguette and taste of mango really make this recipe. Will be making again but doubling the recipe so my family of 3 can have at least 2 each.
Turkey Burgers with Mango Chutney
From EatingWell: July/August 2010
Mango chutney and grilled red onion flavor this quick turkey burger. Serve with grilled baby red potatoes and a frosty beer.
17 Reviews for Turkey Burgers with Mango Chutney
This was such a super delicious burger! The mango chutney transforms the flavors here into complete awesomeness. I used whole wheat burger buns and added an extra ¼ tsp salt. I used a griddle instead and caramelized my red onions into sweet goodness.
The flavors here blended so beautifully for a savory result. Everyone went back for seconds! This was a simple recipe with such a flavorful result.
All the turkey burgers I've ever had are really dry and tasteless. But since my husband is trying to lose weight and be more heart healthy, I decided to try this. AWESOME! The grilled onions are delicious enough to eat by themselves. The burgers were moist and the chutney and onions add wonderful flavor. My husband asks for these more now than regular beef burgers.
The store bought mango chutney was tasty, but I might try to make my own next time, as there is a lot of sugar in it. But it is only a small amount in the recipe so it's not that bad I guess.
This is a great burger. I took a hint from another EatingWell turkey burger recipe and added a bit of cooked couscous to lighten them up (cranberry and herb turkey burgers). We spread a bit of dijon mustard on the roll, which really brought out the sweet mango chutney in the burger. Came off the grill moist and the burgers got a nice "lacquered" look to them--not easy to do with turkey.
I really enjoyed this sandwich. I had never prepared turkey burgers before so I thought I'd give it a try. These will now be a regular for me. I used spicy mango chutney and it had a wonderful kick to it. I used Ezekiel hamburger buns. All in all, a great recipe.