Turkey Sliders – Basic Recipe

picture of turkey slider

A ‘Simply Delicious’ serving suggestion: lettuce wrap turkey sliders, with shredded mozzarella, mushrooms and onion

Description

Turkey sliders, a quick meal or snack using basic ingredients that most should have in their kitchen.

♥ Chef Ann’s ‘Turkey Sliders’ note:

I recommend broiling vs. frying, but that is your choice.

…broiling is the best way to cook some of your meat, fish and poultry,  provided that you do it in the a stove.Source: ‘What’s Healthier, Broiled, Grilled, Or Fried Food?

Ingredients

  • ¾ pounds ground turkey
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • ¼ teaspoon black pepper (optional)
  • dash of paprika (optional)
  • ½ cup of mild shredded cheese (optional)
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder

Directions

Preheat oven at 350°
You will need a grill skillet/pan or a flat pan similar to a cookie sheet.

Preparation before cooking
  • Make sure the rack in oven is at the top position (closest to the top cooking element)
  • Add turkey, black pepper, garlic powder and salt in a bowl. With a fork mash and blend ingredients very well.
  • Scoop 2 heaping tablespoons of seasoned turkey and put in the palm of your hand and use both hands to shape into a round ball.
  • Once you have formed the ball, press into a patty (thickness is your option), but make sure that you do not make it too flat, you are not forming a typical burger.
  • Repeat this process until you have formed 6 nicely formed turkey sliders (patties).
  • Sprinkle a dash of paprika on each side and lay on a flat pan or grill.
picture of uncooked turkey sliders

Uncooked turkey sliders on grill skillet

Cooking
  • Change the oven temperature to broil.
  • Place the turkey sliders on a grill or flat pan and place in the oven and cook for 3 minuets on each side then remove from oven.
  • You are now ready to dress your sliders with cheese (if desired) and serve. Yum delicious!

Preparation time: hours 11 minutes
Cooking time: hours 6 minutes
Total time: 17 minutes
Servings: 2-3

♥ Chef Ann’s ‘ground turkey’ Tip:

I prefer the “Jennie-O” brand when purchasing ground turkey.

Helpful information

Ground turkey is a terrific change of pace for those of you that normally choose beef.


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11 comments

  1. auntie flo says:

    My little sweetie. By all means and this sounds wonderful.

  2. Marjorie York Thomas says:

    Ok I feel like i just had these after reading and looking at the finish results.
    I will try this over the weekend 🙂

    Thanks……tree 🙂

  3. Clayton says:

    I am loving this idea its simple easy and I do not need to stick to Salmon and Chicken but I can also add turkey patties from time to time, thanks CHEF ANN

    • Chef Ann says:

      Clayton, I am very glad to see that you are enjoying the simplicity of the different dishes that you are cooking.
      More recipes are coming your way, keep your eyes open kid-O 🙂

  4. Tedra Turner says:

    That sounds like a GREAT recipe, and I look forward to trying it! Thanks for keeping us cooking healthy Ann.

    • Chef Ann says:

      My dearest Tedra, so good to hear from you! So happy to know that you will be trying this recipe.
      One of my plans is to help folks have a desire to try new things that are healthy and tasty at the same time. -:)
      Thank you for taking the time out to comment my friend!

  5. I love the page! Going to have to visit often. I’m always looking for new healthy recipes. 

    • Chef Ann says:

      Hello Yvette, so nice to have you visit and make mention of my recipes. I do look forward to hearing from you once you start implementing them
      into your lifestyle. Thank you again my friend for taking the time to visit and comment. Hope you had an enjoyable day.
      See you on G+.

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