Zucchini Turkey Burger

Zucchini Turkey Burger

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Don’t be afraid, be bold… Live better, feel better!Cleanse Friendly, Dinner, Lean Meat, Lunch, MNS Max Phase Friendly

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How to Make Zucchini Turkey Burger

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  1. This is a great way to hide the veggies in a great tasting burger for your family My husband ate all of it and admitted he couldn’t taste his least favorite veggie!

    1 lb ground turkey (93/7 if possible)
    1 chunk of onion, finely grated (as much as you can handle without crying)
    1 zucchini, finely grated
    2 garlic cloves, finely grated
    pinch of salt & pepper
    pinch of nutmeg (trust me here, its amazing)
    pinch of oregano & parsley

    Mix all ingredients with hands & divide in 4. Make into a flat patty & throw on a grill or grill pan until no longer pink in center. Blot all juices. Serve on a bed of lettuce (during cleanse) or on a 100% whole wheat bun with lettuce, tomato, pickle, and grilled onions. YUM!!

    Don’t be afraid, be bold… Live better, feel better!

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Course/Dish: Turkey Burgers



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