Yield
3/4 cup (serving size: 2 tablespoons)

How to Make It

Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl. Cover; refrigerate.

Ratings & Reviews

LouLouBrownie's Review

epalkot
August 02, 2012
Not the biggest mayo fan, so I only used a half-cup and kept the rest of the ingredients at the same level. Loved the fresh ginger and so did the rest of my family. I feel like there could have been a wee bit more flavor, but I'm not sure what of. Definitely complimented the burgers, though.

jbcorcor's Review

NLesser
June 15, 2011
I liked this sauce, but it was very mayo heavy - that might be ok for most people, but I happen to dislike the taste of mayo, so I would use less next time. Plus, you don't need that much sauce for 4 burgers, so you could easily cut it. To be fair, though, it complimented the turkey burgers very well.

epalkot's Review

LouLouBrownie
July 07, 2010
I think the description of the three stars fits this well--a good, solid recipe. It isn't amazing or the most delicious burger or sauce that I've made, but it's interesting and different in a good way. I enjoyed it and it made for a quick, easy meal.

NLesser's Review

Mikala
January 29, 2010
Delicious! I lightened it up just a little bit the second time with 1/2 and 1/2 of fat free mayonnaise, and it still came out delicious. It's great on other sandwiches, too.

Mikala's Review

jbcorcor
July 14, 2009
Definitely use this sauce to go with the turkey burgers. Excellent!