Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Mister Burgers

Mister Burgers by Custom Taste
First off, I rarely eat beef, if ever. Secondly, the reason behind the name "mister burgers" is because Mr. Custom Taste eats beef and wanted a really meaty burger, but did not want patties that were really thick. So I came up with these! They are a mixture of ground turkey and ground beef so that they have a very meaty flavour and texture but are also on the light side. He loved them and since they are fridge and freezer friendly he gets one whenever he needs added meat or wants a burger.

Shopping List
  • 1/2 LB Lean Ground Beef
  • 1 LB Lean Ground Turkey
  • 1/2 Small Onion
  • 2 Cloves Garlic
  • 1 TBSP Ground Pepper
  • 1 TBSP Marjoram
  • 1 TBSP Flax Meal

Food Processor
Mixing Bowl

Time 30 Minutes
Mister Burgers by Custom TastePrep 15 Minutes
Cook 15 Minutes
Yield 12 Patties

Time To Get Cooking!!!
Mix together ground beef and turkey as best you can to get them evenly mixed
In food processor mix up garlic and onion into a puree
When the garlic and onion is pureed dump into the meat mixture
Dump in the rest of the ingredients
You can either use a fork or get your hands dirty for this part
Mister Burgers by Custom Taste
Make sure to get the mixture evenly mixed
Once you are done mixing scoop out enough to make a ball the size of your palm, or about 4 oz
When you have the ball flatten with your hands and put on to a plate
Repeat this step until all of the mixture is gone
Now grab your skillet and heat it up
Put 3 patties into the skillet at a time and cook on 2-3 minutes each side
Transfer onto a plate lined with paper towels and repeat until all burgers are done

Mister Burgers by Custom TasteServing
1 patty. Use in a burger or chop up for a salad or soup

Storing and Reheating
Store in airtight container in the fridge for 10 days or in the freezer for 2 months. Reheat until warmed throughout

Nutritional Information
Calories 111
Fat 7g
Carbs 1g
Protein 11g

Cost Information
Recipe Cost:$4.44
Cost Per Serving:$0.37

-You can make these the night before and throw on the stove or grill the following day.


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