Yield
4 servings

"Instead of ketchup, mix a little soy sauce and hoisin sauce together to spread on the burgers. For a little more kick, add more ground red pepper to the meat before you cook it. In keeping with the Asian theme, I usually serve a side salad topped with sesame dressing." -CL Reader

How to Make It

Step 1

Combine first 7 ingredients in a large bowl. Divide the turkey mixture into 4 equal portions, shaping each into a 1/2-inch-thick patty.

Step 2

Prepare grill or broiler.

Step 3

Place patties on grill rack or broiler pan coated with cooking spray; cook 5 minutes on each side or until done. Serve on buns.

Ratings & Reviews

stacylynn's Review

bascabaker
March 03, 2015
These were really delicious! Got the thumbs up from my boys, who don't often agree on dinner. I did add a tsp minced garlic, & was a little liberal with the soy, hoisin & ginger, which resulted in a rather wet mix, but it held together well & stayed very moist when cooked. I served these without a bun over brown rice & a sauce made from hoisin, soy sauce & a bit of sweet chili sauce. A quick broccoli slaw with Newman's Own LF Sesame Ginger, packaged broccoli slaw, sliced yellow bell & slivered almonds rounded out the meal & gave a nice crunch.

bascabaker's Review

stacylynn
November 13, 2012
an old favorite - great with a little teriaki or szechuan Thai sauce ( bottled ) and served over mango rice (can use canned mangoes, chopped and folded into cooked jasmine or basmati rice). Awesome recipe - burgers are very moist and tender - even reheated

chrissyp71's Review

chrissyp71
July 03, 2012
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SGL1313's Review

SGL1313
January 31, 2012
Surprised that there were no ratings! I made this often in years past. original recipe name was OrientL Turkey Burgers in Cooking Light. Other than adding a little more ginger, I don't make any changes. Flavorful and moist.