This is another great recipe I found on Ziplist. You can find the original recipe from Love and Zest here.
Since I didn't really change the recipe at all, other than leaving out the shallot because I didn't have it, I'm not going to reproduce the whole thing.
I cooked our turkey burgers on the grill and they definitely took a good 8 minutes per side. I'm fine with a medium rare hamburger, but for turkey I wanted it cooked through. They might have been a touch overdone though. Maybe next time I should use a thermometer.
Since I'm still not eating breads, I had mine plain with a knife and fork, but Mike put his on a bun. The kids wouldn't touch them so the first picture shows basically 1/2 a batch. The original recipe says 6 burgers but I ended up making 4 with a 1.25 pound package of ground turkey. If you make it into 4 burgers, they are around 300 calories each. I served the burgers with a side of roasted sweet potatoes (cube and roll in coconut oil and minced garlic and roast at 350* for about 30 min turning a few times) and kale chips (not pictured). Yummy and healthy. If you are trying to stay more paleo, you could leave out the blue cheese and I think they would turn out fine. The cheese definitely added a nice flavor though.
Do you have a great turkey burger recipe?