1/4 cup plain non-fat greek yogurt
1.25 pounds lean ground turkey
1/4 cup Buffalo wing sauce (we use Franks) or 2 Tbsp. hot sauce (like Tabasco)
1 1/2 Tablespoons grated sweet onion (use box grater)
5 Tablespoons + 1/8 teaspoon dry Hidden Valley Ranch dressing mix (divided)
4 light hamburger buns
5 slices vine ripened tomato
romaine lettuce or spinach
In small bowl, mix together yogurt and 1/8 teaspoon of ranch dressing. Set aside. Add the buffalo sauce, and 1 Tablespoon ranch dressing mix to
a large bowl and stir to combine/dissolve. Add turkey and onion, then mix together until just incorporated (do not over mix); shape into 4 flat
patties about the diameter of the bun (easiest to do on waxed paper). Spray grill pan or griddle with non-stick cooking spray and preheat to
medium-low. Grill or cook 4 minutes on one side, then flip. Continue grilling another 4-5 minutes or until cooked through (165 is safe
Spread each bun with 1 Tablespoon ranch yogurt mixture. Top with burger, then lettuce and tomato.
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Cooking Tips: *If you have a reliable instant read thermometer, I highly recommend you use for these burgers. One of the secrets to a
great turkey burger is to NOT overcook it. But it does need to be 165 to be considered a safe temperature.
Buffalo Turkey Burger
- Kid's Choice
Picky Eater Tips: These are not super spicy burgers, but you can cut back on the amount of wing or hot sauce if you are concerned about
heat level. Just be sure and note the difference in the amount of wing sauce versus hot sauce to use! Serve hot sauce or wing sauce on the
side for those who want more of a kick.
|Eat until satisfied but not "full". Be sure to include green dot fruits and/or vegetables with meal.|