Quarter-Pound Turkey Burger with Cheese

My little girl has been requesting me to make her a burger for lunch, if only because she wants to squeeze some ketchup on the patty in the form of a smiley face.  Ah well, kindergartener. :)  Two days ago, I finally got around to making her that burger, a quarter-pound turkey burger with pickles…no onions, no cheese. And she loved it!  All she had left over was a two-bite sized piece.  I made burgers for hubby and me as well but ours had the 5-basic food groups well-represented…

This is an ideal lunch for my better half who often finds himself in conference calls during lunch time.  It’s a meal he can just take to his home office and enjoy amongst office furniture.   Hee hee.

We didn’t have any burger buns so I used what we had on hand, whole wheat bread.  I used my stove-top grill to cook the burgers.  I just love, love, love my stove- top grill!

To make sure the burgers were cooked, I even used my never-before-used thermometer!  An internal temperature of 170F means that the burgers are already cooked through.  I got a 172F when I checked.

I used ground turkey patties, by the way.  I just seasoned both sides of the patties with some salt and pepper and a dash of worcestershire sauce.  Then I sprayed the grill pan with cooking spray and proceeded to grill the burgers when the pan was already smokin’ hot.  I added a few more dashes of worcestershire after every flip of the burger.  The result was a tasty, not to mention juicy, burger that was far from bland. ;)

Hubby, the biggest burger fan, loved it.  “Yummy, Munchkin!” he said.  I asked if it were better than In-n-Out’s, to which he unblinkingly replied, “Not quite just yet!”  Hmp! :D Well, whatever!  We’ll be having this again and again and again, that’s for sure.  The next one’s going to have fried egg. ;)

Happy Hump Day! :)


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2 Responses to “Quarter-Pound Turkey Burger with Cheese”

  1. Keith says:

    Weng, Pinky and I are tying to cutdown on burgers since its mostly beef. However, we never thought of using turkey to make it. Great idea. Hope it’s not dry. Alam mo naman, the juicier the better…hehehe!
    .-= Keith´s last blog ..Barbie – and it’s not the doll! =-.

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    munchkinmommy Reply:

    Hi Keith! I use ground turkey as a substitute for ground beef, in pasta sauces, longanisa, dimsum, etc. I’d say it’s a worthy substitute. The burger, although it probably doesn’t look it in the photo, was juicy. ;) Two thumbs up from my burger loving hubby. ;)

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