Caribbean Grilled Turkey Burger Recipe

by Jaelyn Conley

Since World Struggle II, the West Indies have broadly come to be generally known as “the Caribbean.” The Caribbean consists of three predominant island teams: the Bahamas within the north (with over 700 islands!), the Larger Antilles within the heart (together with Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti and the Dominican Republic) and to the southeast, the Lesser Antilles (together with Barbados, Trinidad, and plenty of extra).

The primary inhabitants of those islands are considered Arawaks and the Caribs. It’s probably that their delicacies was fairly easy, ready from an ample provide of recent fish, fruit and greens. The Europeans launched cattle, sheep and pigs to the islands, and the cooking types of the Spanish, the English, the French, the Portuguese and the Dutch blended with the traditions of the isles. The end result has been a wide selection of thrilling dishes.

This Caribbean grilled turkey burger recipe is straightforward to arrange, but makes a spectacular presentation for any summer season patio social gathering! The candy and spicy jerk seasoning mixed with the tropical fruit and and different substances creates thrilling layers of taste which are each tangy and refreshing. Rejoice the summer season months with these burgers topped with the mango salsa recipe which follows!

Griff’s Caribbean Grilled Turkey Burgers


1.35 lb. floor turkey

1 egg, crushed

1 can (8 oz.) crushed pineapple, drained

3 tbsp. inexperienced onion, finely chopped

4 rounded tsp. dried parsley flakes

1 tbsp. McCormick® Caribbean Jerk Seasoning


In a mixing bowl, mix effectively, by hand, the meat with all different

substances, and kind into about seven small patties (or make fewer, however bigger burgers should you like). Coat grill with somewhat oil or PAM® no-stick cooking spray. Grill burgers. IMPORTANT: Use canned, crushed pineapple on this recipe, NOT recent! I attempted it with recent one time and the burgers fell aside and made an actual mess! Serve these burgers on hamburger buns with lettuce and the mango salsa recipe under.

Griff’s Mango Salsa


2/3 cup chopped mango

2 tbsp. recent squeezed lime juice

2 tbsp. recent squeezed orange juice

4 rounded tsp. jalapeno peppers (with a lot of the seeds and membrane eliminated), very finely chopped.

4 rounded tsp. finely chopped crimson onions.

2 rounded tsp. finely chopped crimson bell peppers.

2 rounded tsp. finely chopped inexperienced bell peppers.

1 tsp. dried parsley flakes

1/2 tsp. Lawry’s® seasoned pepper (or black pepper)


Combine all substances effectively and refrigerate for an hour or extra earlier than

serving. This salsa is the right praise for the above Caribbean turkey

burgers and is nice on grilled fish and chicken too!

Copyright © 2007 Lee Griffith. All rights reserved.

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