Sorry for the oh so less than perfect picture of this burger. It was late, we were hungry, and I have horrible lighting in my kitchen. That aside, these burgers are juicy and delicious. I got the idea from an old Salmon Dill Burger recipe the chef at a restaurant I worked at fourteen years ago used to make. I am not a salmon fan, but figured it would work well with turkey, since it’s sort of a “blank slate” meat. To jazz it up even more, I mixed some capers into some light mayo to spread on the buns. So Tasty!
To Make Turkey Dill Burgers … Mix a little salt, fresh ground black pepper, and about a teaspoon [maybe a little more depending on how many burgers you are making – I made two] of dried dill into your ground turkey breast. I also mixed in some fresh chopped parsley, but I’ve also made them without it. Shape into patties and place in hot skillet that has been sprayed with a hit of non-stick spray [we use organic canola]. Cook for about 7-10 minutes on each side over medium heat. When the burgers are almost finished, melt a slice of swiss cheese on top. We added lettuce, tomato, and caper mayo to our burgers too. Quick, Easy, and Good for You!! Enjoy!