I thought these were a delicious spin on a turkey burger. I took the advice from the other reviews and added a little breadcrumb and egg to act as a binder. The left overs warmed up well the next day.
This has been our “go to” turkey burger since the recipe first appeared in Eating Well. Husband doesn’t care for kimchi (I love it) so I serve the burgers as individual “meat loaves” with the spicy mayo as a dipping sauce & kimchi on the side. Absolutely delicious.
This was so delicious!! I used Beyond Meat burger patties and i added siracha in the sauce and vegan mayo. Also, i added fresh watercress. Yummy
Delicious, great balance of texture and flavor with the cucumber, kimchi, and gochujang. Based on the other reviews, I made some small changes to help keep the burger together: added 1 egg and 1/4 cup panko bread crumbs. I also let the patties firm up in the fridge before putting them on the grill. Will definitely be making these again!
Unique but Good I've never been a big fan of Asian or spicy food, but I really liked this one. It was quick and easy to make and very filling. I reviewed the recipe on my blog at www.fitandlivelymom.com/korean-turkey-burgers/ Pros: NULL Cons: NULL
Quick and tastyUnusual, flavorful, quick and easy. If you're tired of the same old turkey burgers with BBQ sauce or ground turkey in chili, this is worth a try. We followed the recipe except for the kimchi and enjoyed it.Pros: Easy, flavorful, differentCons: Not for those who don't like spicy - which may leave it out for family BBQs
Quick and tasty Unusual, flavorful, quick and easy. If you're tired of the same old turkey burgers with BBQ sauce or ground turkey in chili, this is worth a try. We followed the recipe except for the kimchi and enjoyed it. Pros: Easy, flavorful, different Cons: Not for those who don't like spicy - which may leave it out for family BBQs