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Turkey burgers, zucchini, and sweet potato fries

 
Turkey Burgers 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1.25 lbs of lean ground turkey meat salt, pepper, and tony'sseasoning to taste 2 tablespoons of mustard 2 tablespoons of pickle juice 2 tablespoons of coconut aminos dash of garlic powder combine turkey meat with seasoning, mustard and pickle juice. pack meat into 4 hamburger patties. pour olive oil in skillet over medium/high heat cook burgers to your liking Pan sautéed Zucchini 2 tblsp olive oil 1 large onion 4 zuchinni, sliced salt, pepper, and toni's combine all ingredients in skillet and cook until golden brown Sweet Potato Fries olive oil 3-4 sweet potatoes salt, pepper preheat oven to 375,n slice sweet potatoes, toss in olive oil and salt and pepper. cook for 35 minutes.
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6 Responses to Turkey burgers, zucchini, and sweet potato fries

  1. Theresa says:

    Hi, What are tonis? Thanks.

    • fitpaleomom says:

      hey- I’m sorry, I should have explained that. Toni’s Chachere’s is a creole seasoning. Its basically a combination of salt, pepper, chili powder, and garlic powder. I use it all the time. Its made in Louisiana, which is where I am from. You should try cooking with it. its delicious and not too spicy.

  2. Tami says:

    What is the coconut aminos purpose in the recipe?

    • fitpaleomom says:

      Hey-
      Its really just for flavoring. I always used to use soy sauce and worcestershire to flavor the meat, and since becoming paleo I just changed that to coconut aminos.

  3. TSnow says:

    Love this one! I never could figure out how to make a turkey burger flavorful – this is it! I didn’t have any pickle juice so I used caper juice… Best turkey burger I’ve eaten!

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