If you keep up with the latest food trends, you know good and well the current hype is behind ground turkey. Leaner than ground beef and just as delicious, this meat is both divine and extremely inexpensive to buy at the store. So, if you’re ready to spice up dinner time, check out these three ground turkey handhelds, and go ahead and add them to your weekly meal rotation — they’re just that scrumptious!
Food Network’s Turkey Burgers couldn’t be simpler to make, and they only take 35 minutes in total to prepare, so you’ll have dinner on the table and in hungry tummies in no time. These patties aren’t just filled with meat, as they also call for tasty ingredients like soy sauce, ginger, sambal oelek, cilantro, cooked onions, and chestnuts. Also, it’s not a burger with all of the fixings, so make sure you have buns, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, raw onion, and butter lettuce. After just one bite, you’ll run into the kitchen to fix yourself another.
Turkey Burger Patty Melts
Who doesn’t love a patty melt? Throw out the red meat, and replace it with ground turkey for these delectable Turkey Burger Patty Melts. Guy Fieri knows a good sandwich when he tastes one, so take his advice and combine ground turkey, milk, sage, thyme, panko, egg, salt, and pepper to create the patties. While this recipe requires an hour and 25 minutes of your time, the end result is well worth it, so throw on your apron now, chef.
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Turkey Sloppy Joes
As a child, you might have grown up eating your mom or grandmother’s sloppy joes, so why not give this ground turkey recipe a shot? The Ultimate Sloppy Joes take three hours and 55 minutes in total to prepare, so you may want to save this one for the weekend. The sauce is made of ketchup, mustard, brown sugar, tomato paste, and cayenne. The best part? This handheld is wrapped in a homemade bread you’re going to prepare, so after experimenting with this recipe, you’ll be a jack of all trades in the kitchen.
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