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Turkey-Mushroom Burgers with Scallion-Lemon Mayonnaise

Summer 2002, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004), The EatingWell Diet (2007)

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In this healthy turkey burger recipe, lean ground turkey stands in for ground beef, and mushrooms are added to produce a thick and uncommonly juicy, flavorful turkey burger. An easy, lightened mayo sauce provides the perfect accent.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This is a great recipe. It's moist and very tasty! I made it once and found myself craving it again. 2 thumbs for this guy! Our family enjoys this alternative to beef! Thanks Nelson from Lancaster, California "
Turkey-Mushroom Burgers with Scallion-Lemon Mayonnaise

17 Reviews for Turkey-Mushroom Burgers with Scallion-Lemon Mayonnaise

12/27/2011
Anonymous
So moist and tasty!

I used bread crumbs, and didn't use the mayo mixture, and they were so good! My Husband said the house smells like a restaurant.

Moist, great flavor, easly to make
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12/11/2011
Delicious!

husband and I really, really liked this recipe. The only minor change I made to the recipe was substituting Greek yogurt for the sour cream in the sauce. We will definitely make this again.

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05/30/2011
Yes....FINALLY moist Turkey burgers!

I made these last night for memorial day. I have spent a lot of time trying to find a ground turkey breast burger recipe that didn't come out like a hockey puck. These were awesome! The mushrooms and onions and that hint of dill worked perfectly. These were great as true burgers on a bun, or just by themselves. Keeper? OH YES!

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06/19/2010
Anonymous

This is a great recipe. It's moist and very tasty! I made it once and found myself craving it again. 2 thumbs for this guy! Our family enjoys this alternative to beef!
Thanks
Nelson from Lancaster, California

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05/02/2010
Anonymous

fabulous. I have always hated ground turkey. This is delicious.

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