Primal Turkey Burgers

Good afternoon all! I am here updating and uploading the new and improved Paleo Food Critic recipes and this Primal Turkey Burgers recipe is one that needed to get up on the site pronto! I can’t go anywhere else anyways since we are all iced in and the Seahawks are coming on soon too. Just saying’. Thanks Atlanta for keeping things spicy! But anyhow…..this is one of my favorite burger recipes and so I am happy to say that the Primal Turkey Burgers have made the new and improved cut!

I love making burgers. All kinds of burgers too. Ones with extra ingredients or with stuffing or with nothing at all. They are a delicious, batchable, paleo and primal. Add them with eggs in the morning or make them with lettuce as the bun, the options are endless! I came up with this little number and they ended up turning out great. I may have had a couple of glitches but overall they tasted wonderful.

Here is what you need for the Primal Turkey Burger recipe:

  1.     1 pound ground turkey
  2.     1 cup of baby spinach chopped
  3.     1/4 cup of broken up goat cheese
  4.     1 egg
  5.     1/4 cup almond flour
  6.     2 each medium mushrooms chopped into small pieces
  7.     2 tablespoons parsley
  8.     2 garlic cloves, minced
  9.     2 pieces of bacon cooked, if you want some bacon! Who doesn’t love BACON! Well beside Vegans?
  10.     salt and pepper to taste
  11.     tomato, lettuce, onions

This is super simple! Throw all of the ingredients into a large mixing bowl except for the bacon and side items of course. If it seems a bit too gooey then add in more almond flour. At first didn’t use any almond flour but it was way to gooey and messy. I found that adding in the almond flout was way better. Not perfect but much better.

Take the mixture and make them into medium size patties (or make them smaller for sliders). Heat up the skillet and add in your fat of choice (I used bacon fat on this one.) Cook on each side about 8-10 minutes per each side. You can also use a grill or George Foreman if you have one handy.

I cooked up some bacon and made some chipotle mayo as a topping and served it on some baby spinach, with a side of beer thank you very much! But don’t be shy and get some tomatoes, lettuce, onions, etc. to fix up your burgers!

Overall, the Primal Turkey Burgers was a quick and easy recipe to throw together. You can dress it up any way you like it. Perhaps a different way everyday! They are a batchable product and will store in the freezer for a long while. They will also hold up in the fridge for days. This is a definite recipe to keep on hand for any time and when you just need to stock your freezer with something good.

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Let me know how you make your turkey burgers! I am always in the mood for a great burger!

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Primal Turkey Burgers
Make a bunch of these in different sizes. That way you can store them for whenever you are looking for a meal or snack!
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Course Main Dish
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
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Course Main Dish
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
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  1. Mix together all of the ingredients. Except for the bacon and side items of course!
  2. If the mixture is still kinda gooey just add in more almond flour until you get the desired consistency.
  3. Form into patties. I say make a bunch of different sizes..sliders and regular size. That way you will have snacks for later.
  4. Heat up your skillet and add in some fat of choice. Bacon fat or olive oil.
  5. Cook on each side about 8-10 minutes or until cooked through. Or...you can throw them them on a grill or George Foreman!
  6. Dress up with lettuce, tomatoes, bacon, etc. I made a chipotle mayo. Super simple and something you are going to want to keep around.
Recipe Notes

Use all sorts of crafty ingredients. That way you can have just the main protein but you won't get bored with the different fixens'.

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