Your Best Frozen Turkey Burger Recipe

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Frozen Turkey burgers could just be one of the easiest meals you’ve ever put together. Once you’ve had a bite, its pure deliciousness will leave you craving for more.

Burgers are akin to sandwiches but made up of ground meat or cooked patties put inside a bun or two slices of bread. They can be served with cheese, tomatoes, onions, or guacamole, depending on how you like it.

Whether you’re hosting a picnic or a party, the frozen turkey burger will only leave your guest clamoring for more. Our best frozen turkey burger recipe is easy to follow and, better yet, isn’t expensive at all!

Frozen turkey burgers are not only delicious but also serve as healthy sources of protein, vitamin B6, Zinc, Phosphorus, Selenium, and Niacin. However, preparation is key in bringing out the best in frozen turkey burgers.

The best part of making a burger is the creativity involved. How do you like your burger? Plain or fully loaded? Just go for it!

In making any kind of  food, there’s nothing better than piling on whatever you want, and there’s no better food for this indulgence than a burger. If you’re a burger lover, follow this guide, and you will make one of the best, healthiest burgers found anywhere. You won’t believe how easy cooking your frozen turkey burgers can be.

Hamburgers – How did they come to be?

Many myths surround “America’s favorite food”. A lot of people have claimed to be the first to place a beef patty between two slices of white bread; the truth, however, is that we do not know the original creator of the hamburger.

“The Art of Cookery made Plain and Easy” by Hannah Glasse in 1758 included the “Hamburg sausage” and suggested that it should be served with toasted bread under it.

There is also a belief that the hamburger was first eaten in Hamburg, Germany. Even though it’s true the inspiration is believed to have come from Hamburg, the sandwich was, in fact, created much later.

During the 19th century, Hamburg became popular for its beef from countryside cows. Hamburg beef was commonly chopped into bits, moulded into patties, seasoned, and, as there was no available method of preservation, cooked immediately. Eventually, Hamburg beef became a substitute for other beef varieties.

When German immigrants arrived in America and established their restaurants, an Americanized version of the Hamburg steak was a regular feature on the menu.

To prepare the Hamburg steak:

First, tenderize a piece of steak to break the fibre. Then, fry two or three finely minced onions in butter until lightly browned. Spread your onions over the tenderized meat and fold the ends together. Tenderize the meat and onions together to keep the onions in the middle. Grill for about three minutes, then spread with butter, salt, and pepper.

Have you already bought a premade burger (a ready-made burger), and are you considering throwing it away because it looks boring and dry?

Why not season it to your taste instead?

I’ll tell you how!

The Healthiest Frozen Turkey Burgers Recipe

When you are in the kitchen, creativity is one thing from which you cannot keep away, and, from spices to seasonings  to other fun ingredients, burgers are just the food to experiment with. It is for this reason that I love the Frozen Turkey Burger Recipe; it’s an easy and safe recipe with which you can indulge your fun side.

There are no set rules in making this food, and, even if there were, we would have no choice but to break them! Instead of going to buy a burger all the time, why not relax in the comfort of your kitchen and try this out?

I promise you’ll be glad you did.

You know the saying, “you are what you eat”? A Burger is healthy and can be healthier depending on how you want to make it. So, let me amend that saying: “you are as healthy as your burger”.

Let’s get healthy by making some tasty and nutritious turkey burgers.

Tip: The secret to making a great turkey burger is to find a balance between drying out the meat enough to bind with the burger and topping it with extra fat to keep it moist.


  • 1½ pound of ground turkey/frozen turkey patties
  • ¼ cup of Dijon mustard
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • ½ teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon onion
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup shredded cheese
  • 1 egg


  1. Preheat grill to high heat
  2. Beat your egg slightly in a large bowl, then add all the other ingredients and mix thoroughly. You can do this with your hand.
  3. Split the mixture into 4 equal sizes and form into patties. If you are not going to cook immediately, you can put the patties into the refrigerator. This will also help the ingredients blend in properly. So if you are not in a hurry, you can refrigerate it for about 30 minutes.
  4. Sprinkle salt and pepper on the burger.
  5. Spray your grill with a little olive oil and allow it to cook for about 5-6 minutes.
  6. During the last minutes, add your cheese, cover and grill for a minute.
  7. Assemble your burger and it is ready

Super easy and super delicious!

Some varieties to turkey burgers

I always say, nothing’s impossible when it comes to food, we’re only limited by our imaginations. So for some of us that enjoy the feel of something new here are some twists to the frozen turkey burger you should try out.

Spinach Turkey Burgers

The spinach turkey burger is quite easy just like your normal burger and can be prepared in about 30 minutes.

The ingredients are the same. All you need is a pack of frozen spinach. The next thing to do is defrost your spinach and drain. Mix thoroughly all the ingredients like you would for your normal burger and cook thoroughly over medium heat.

“It is amazing how easy it is to prepare good food.” I know that these are your thoughts at this time because they were actually my thoughts.

Greek Turkey Burger

The Greek turkey burger is a whole new awesome dimension to turkey burger. The Greek herbs leave your burger delicious and as juicy and you can imagine.

Wish to know the exciting part?

It takes about 15 minutes to prepare. Everything for this burger remains the same. Just mix your ingredients thoroughly with Greek herbs and cook for about 6 minutes and serve.

Seasoning your premade turkey burger

There are several ingredients you can use to season your premade turkey burger.

Using special spices: mix your spices together, then sprinkle a bit of it on the patty and allow it to cook. You have to add your spices carefully so that it does not get too tasty.

For your special seasoning, I will suggest cinnamon which adds an exotic taste to your burger or the garam marsala which adds heat and flavour. Asides these ones, you can get creative and try whatever spice you want to.

Using vegetables: To season your burger with vegetable, simply sauce your vegetables in a pan after your burger has been cooked.

Tomatoes, onions, pepper and mushroom are vegetables you should include when preparing your frozen turkey burger.

Using sauces: There are several sauces to choose from. These include the bottled or homemade barbecue sauce, steak sauce, or hot pepper sauce. What about the leftovers of browned bits of burger in your cooking pan? You can make your sauce from that as well. You do not need to allow it go to waste.

You can either pour the sauce over the burger before cooking or after.

It all depends on what you prefer.

Using herbs: Dry or fresh herbs can be used when preparing the frozen turkey burger. However, I will advise that you use the dry herbs. The fresh herbs have moisture in it that steams the burger and so, it will not give you the brown crust.

To season with herbs, simply add your herbs to the mayonnaise, and then spread on the bread or bun.

For your herbs you can try the basil, lemon thyme, oregano, or the rosemary.

There is just so much you can do with your turkey burger. Give your kids something to look forward to at home. Make them some burger!

There are a lot of burgers out there, and I’m sure you’ve been wanting to make the simple, creamy and delicious frozen turkey burger. Try this recipe, I promise you’ll not think of a restaurant for your burger afterward.

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