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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Fiesta Burgers

Fiesta Burgers by Custom Taste

We have been on a huge burger kick lately. I don't know if it is because it is spring so that makes it grilling season, or that I want warm weather so badly I have come to think that the more burgers I make nature will get its act together. Whatever the case, the weather is still cold (I am in Central Texas mind you, so 60 degrees is cold!). Don't get me wrong, I do love cold weather just not when it lasts for nearly 9 months! Now that that is out, let me tell you about this new burger recipe. Mr. Custom Taste, and myself, was getting tired of the usual onions, meat, etc to keep the burgers moist, so I began rummaging through the pantry/fridge. We keep pickled jalapeños on hand, at all times (Central Texas, remember?) so seeing them made a lightbulb go off in my head. I used them to keep the burgers moist instead of onions and also added some tex-mex spices to change up the burger routine. They are great, and not overwhelming. I think they are a pretty good idea if you ask me.


Shopping List
  • 1 LB Lean Ground Turkey
  • 2 TBSP Flax Meal 
  • 1 TSP Onion Powder
  • 1/2 TSP Chilli Powder
  • 1/2 TSP Cumin
  • 1/4 Cup Pickled Jalapeños
Hardware
Mixing Bowl
Wooden Spoon
Spatula
Plate
Paper Towel
Skillet
Food Processor
Plate

Time 30 Minutes to 45 Minutes
Cook 5 Minutes/Patty
Yield 6 Patties

Time To Get Cooking!!!
Toss that ground turkey into the mixing bowl
Fiesta Burgers by Custom Taste
Grab your food processor and grind up those jalapeños* for about 10 seconds or until they have the consistency of relish
Scoop and scrape and the jalapeno relish out of the processor and into the bowl with the ground turkey
Fiesta Burgers by Custom TastePour in the flax meal and spice
Fiesta Burgers by Custom TasteMix the ingredients together thoroughly
Once mixed together scoop out about 2 tbsp, should equal out to the size of your palm and/or 4oz each
Form into patties and place onto plate
When all the patties are formed heat up the skillet
Once the skillet it hot enough, it should be able to boil water quickly*
Place 3 of the patties on the skillet so they do not touch each other
Fiesta Burgers by Custom Taste
Cook for 3 minutes on each side and then place onto a draining paper towel
Repeat with the remaining patties
Eat as desired!

Serving
1 patty with your choice of topping or anything else you might be in the mood for

Storing and Reheating
Fiesta Burgers by Custom TasteStore in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 1 week or in the freezer for up to 1 month

Nutritional Information
Calories 197
Fat 12g
Carbs 2g
Protein 22g

Cost Information
Recipe Cost:$3.01
Cost Per Serving:$0.50

Tricks
-You can really use any pickled product of your choosing. Just make sure to let whatever you decide on to drain a little bit before adding it to the meat. You don't want a burger that falls apart any chance it gets.
-Toss some water onto the skillet to see how hot it is so you won't have to guess


          






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