Not the best burgers ever but pretty good for turkey. The mixture was VERY wet so I had to add more oats just so they didn't crumble. Could have used more spice to make them more flavorful.
Turkey and Oat Burgers
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moonburst37 Posted: 06/13/10
JoesLaurena Posted: 01/20/11
I tinkered with the recipe a bit and my husband and I loved these. Passed along my adapted recipe to a friend and she made them twice already. Used 1 egg instead of 2 egg whites. 1/3 cup fire roasted salsa instead of diced tomatoes. Added sprinkle of garlic powder and 1/4 tsp pepper. Came out with 8 large patties. Cooked on a griddle and grilled some sliced onions with them as well.
christine55 Posted: 05/07/09
Awful! The texture of the burgers was like a sponge: wet and squishy. The flavor was weird. I ended up having cereal for dinner instead. I cook almost exclusively with Cooking Light recipes and this is the first one I absolutely hated.
MonicaDavis Posted: 01/05/09
I thought this recipe was okay but I wouldn't make again. I have had better meatloaf. I even added 1/4 cup worcheshire to make it more flavorful but still not great.
8stringfan Posted: 08/22/10
I REALLY liked these, but they are definitely a "pan-grill only" recipe due to how moist and loose the patties are. Reheats nicely. Good flavor, BIG portions, cheap and quick. Cooking time is more like 8 minutes per side.
cookinsisters Posted: 08/06/09
Very healthy and tasted good as leftovers the next night. Substituted a sourdough English muffin instead of an onion sandwich bun.
Ellism Posted: 04/18/13
Very good and moist. Easy to make.
LouLouBrownie Posted: 07/28/12
I had the same problems as others,but it's my fault. Only two of my burgers managed to keep shape, one fell apart completely and the last I made was falling apart on the side. That being said, they are delicious! I liked the tomato in them and the crumbled one tasted fine without the aid of the bun. Used "spring mix" lettuce and got a nice bite of bitter green on the crumble chunks stuffed on the lightly toasted sesame bun I had. My family liked them too. I halved everything, except the tomatoes, which was probably my problem, and the chili powder. Also added garlic powder. Very yum.
TeleiosDE Posted: 05/02/13
Very wet and soggy, not much flavor. I provided slightly less than the required meat weight and tried to anticipate this to no avail. I would suggest pressing as much liquid as possible out of the canned tomatos.