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Low Fat Turkey Burgers recipe

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If you are looking for

a lean cut of meat,

turkey is hard to beat.

A 3-ounce serving of skinless

white meat contains 25 grams

of protein,

barely 3 grams of fat,

and less than 1 gram of

saturated fat.

Dark meat has more

saturated fat than white meat,

and eating the skin adds a hefty

wallop of these bad fats.

Turkey is also a good

source of arginine.

As with other amino acids,

the body uses this one to

make new protein.

Arginine is also the raw

material for making nitric


a substance that relaxes

and opens arteries.

Whether foods rich in

arginine help keep arteries

open has prompted both

research and debate.





So, there you are.

Turkey is one of those great

white meats you can eat

(without the skin) without

putting any weight on.

I have included the following

low fat turkey recipes for

your enjoyment.

Low Fat Turkey Burger

(California style)

Nutritional Values:
Serves 6, Cal: 285, KJ: 1197, Fat: 4.4 g, WW: 4.5


1/2 kg (1 lb) ground

turkey breast

1 cup quick cooking

rolled oats

1/4 cup ketchup

1 egg (beaten)

1/4 cup minced onion

1 tsp garlic salt

1 tsp Worcestershire sauce

6 burger buns

This is what you do:

You can use a charcoal grill,

or your oven-grill

(or an electric grill,

if you have one).

However, a charcoal grill

will give this dish a nice

smokey flavour.



mix all the ingredients

(except for the buns!)

in a large bowl,

and make 6 burgers.

Put the patties on the grill

rack and cook for about 6

minutes on each side


if you like the well done).

Serve them on the buns.

Add mustard and a

tablespoon of ketchup

if you want

(for an extra point).


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