When my kids were in primary school, I was chairman of the annual school Book Fair...a thankless , endless Job. But I had ordered a lot of cook books, and during down time read and copied out recipes. This was one of them. The book and author are now unknown. I have since made my own additions and changes. Unlike Bland Turkey Burgers, these have a lot of taste and the smell while they are cooking is mouthwatering. Any bun of your choice is fine. My kids like to put wholegrain mustard on them. I like them with tomato jam, chutney, or cranberry sauce if i have it around. Sweet potato fries and a big salad are great accompaniments. —jamcook
chop scallions parsley dill, or any other herbs you care to use, in a food processor.
Add crumbs and chopped and dry herbs to Turkey and combine well.
Add mustard, worcestershire sauce, beaten egg, and salt and pepper to bowl and mix well .
Form into 3 or 4 patties and pan fry in a preheated cast iron or heavy nonstick pan, 6 to 7 minutes a side. Remember that turkey has to cook thoroughly. These will develop a crunchy outside and delicious smell while cooking.
Lightly toast some buns of your choice, and add any toppings you like
l ike to serve these with roasted sweet potatoes or sweet potato fries and a big salad, but the choice is yours