Ranch Turkey Burgers are the juiciest, most delicious, and tender patties ever; with flawless seasonings and simple ingredients.
I love good Turkey Burgers! I was so amazed at how good turkey meat is after growing up with ground beef. And this recipe is delicious, flavorful, and easy to prepare. You will love to put it in the oven but it tastes amazing grilled too.
Turkey Burgers Time!
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
Turkey is a heart-healthy option since it has less saturated fat. Heart-healthy food choices are crucial for someone who suffers from high cholesterol.
I knew I had to find a method to make a heart-healthy burger that was as great as a beef burger since I’m not always prepared to give up flavor. Here it is, then!
I enjoy Butterball ground turkey so much that I use it for most of my recipes like the delicious Queso Blanco Rotel Dip With Ground Turkey Crock Pot or the magnificent The Ultimate Turkey Meatloaf With Breadcrumbs or to warm things up nothing like Ground Turkey Taco Soup.
Some people frown when they hear turkey meat, imagining a dry and tasteless meal. Oh boy! Nothing is further from the truth. With my mixture of seasonings, you will be so into these moist and heavenly delicious Hidden Valley Ranch Turkey Burgers that I doubt one burger will be enough. 🍔
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Why Is This Ranch Turkey Burger Recipe a Go-To?
Because there is nothing more appetizing than homemade burgers, and my recipe is phenomenal.
My Hidden Valley Ranch Turkey Burgers are incredibly easy to prepare. No sweating!
This recipe is perfect for family and friends gatherings, or any other occasion.
This is great when you want to prepare something out of the routine.
You can cook your burgers as you prefer, grilled, oven, or even in the air fryer.
How To Stack Your Hidden Valley Ranch Turkey Burgers?
When it comes to burgers stack, it has many variations. You can go with the classic, starting with a bun, then your favorite sauces, lettuce, a tomato slice, then the mouthwatering Turkey patty.
Some like their burgers with pickles. Others prefer it with eggs, bacon, cheese, and so on. You can play with these ingredients to stack your Turkey Burger as you prefer. Be as creative as you want. Your burger, your choice.
How To Choose The Best Turkey
While ground turkey breast is rather lean, ground turkey thighs and drumsticks provide dark meat and a fat percentage similar to beef.
When purchasing prepackaged meat, some may simply be labeled “ground turkey,” in which case the flesh within is typically a combination of white and dark meat.
When it comes to burgers, dark meat is unquestionably superior. You may request a customized combination of light and dark meat from a butcher, which is always your best option.
Tips to Remember
You can prepare 3 patties out of this, but it depends on how thick you want your burgers.
I also season the meat with a dash of other seasonings (optional)
Avoid over- or undercooking the patties for having the perfect moist patties.
Get a meat thermometer as a favor so you can cook the patties to the precise temperature of 165° F.
You can’t order a juicy medium rare when eating turkey. However, you must be careful not to overcook the patties since they will dry up and become very unappealing.
To make these patties spicy, add dried chili flakes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely! You can use this recipe for meatballs or meatloaves too.
You need something to keep the meat together, just as in a classic meatloaf. Before forming the patties, try adding some dry breadcrumbs to the turkey mixture. When combined with the egg, the crumbs will work as glue to absorb moisture and keep your burgers from falling apart on the grill.
You can store them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days.
The trick here is to refrigerate the patties for around half an hour before grilling them. This will prevent them from falling apart.
Turkey meat may be spiced using basic items like kosher salt and pepper, bell peppers, garlic powder, and olive oil. Hot sauce and enchilada sauce are your greatest pals while preparing meat, especially turkey taco meat.
Absolutely! When it comes to preparation, we love to start early. The turkey burger mixture should be prepared, shaped into patties, covered with plastic wrap, and stored in the refrigerator for up to a day. The patties can also be frozen for up to three months, then used as needed.
Ingredients for Ranch Turkey Burgers
Butterball ground turkey: the star of the recipe.
Lipton onion soup mix: irresistible seasoning to your meat.
Dry ranch powder: a delicious mix of flavors.
Dry bread crumbs: for tender meat.
Instructions for Ranch Turkey Burgers
First, mix ground turkey, Lipton onion soup mix, hidden Valley ranch powder, and bread crumbs in a medium bowl.
Then, preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
After that, form ground turkey into 3-4 patties.
Finally, bake turkey burgers in the oven until it has no pink and is well done.
Ingredients For the Best Turkey Burgers
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Hidden Valley Ranch Turkey Burgers
- 16 ounces package of butterball ground turkey
- 2-3 tablespoons Lipton onion soup mix
- 2-3 tablespoons dry ranch powder
- 3 tablespoons dry bread crumbs
- In a medium bowl mix ground turkey, Lipton onion soup mix, hidden valley ranch powder, and bread crumbs.
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
- Form ground turkey into 3-4 patties
- Bake turkey burgers in the oven until it has no pink and are well done.
- You can prepare 3 patties out of this but it depends on how thick you want your burgers.
- I also season the meat with a dash of other seasonings (optional)
- To have the perfect moist patties, make sure not to overcook them.