The burgers came together easily! I mixed one pound of lean ground turkey with Frank’s, garlic, cumin, chili powder, salt, and pepper and shaped the mixture into patties.
A few minutes per side in a skillet, and boom – dinna!
I served the Buffalo Turkey burgers on onion buns with romaine, blue cheese dressing, and a few more dashes of Frank’s. Alternatively this could be served without the bun to save calories (this was how I enjoyed my second patty), and celery would be an appropriate additional topping if you are a fan
Creamed spinach and roasted sweet potatoes on the side – making their regular weekly appearance.
Burgers are tricky to photograph.
After dinner, everything that has piled up on my coffee table has enticed me. Somehow this table in our loft tends to pile up with all my favorite goodies – laptop, iHome speaker + iPhone, my Europe travel guides (ordered my Florence & Tuscany guide this week to go with my Paris and Rome guides!), new cooking magazine, Letters to Juliet Blu-ray (just bought it – such a cute movie, and gets me excited to visit Italy!) and a Netflix vid. Oooh, and two Cadbury eggs I am waiting to savor! Tonight might be the night for one of those babies.
I think it’s time to go watch that Netflix DVD – Part III of Mildred Pierce. I’m lovin’ it!