Garlic-Herb Turkey Burgers

Ali Segersten Jun 06, 2017

This recipe is great for those of you who are on an Elimination Diet as it is very easy to make, and when paired with plenty of vegetables, it becomes a very nourishing, anti-inflammatory meal. We like to use lettuce leaves or napa cabbage leaves as our "buns" for burgers, though sometimes my children like the extra carbohydrates of a gluten-free bun (they are so active and hungry all the time)!

Look for organic ground turkey at your local food co-op or health food store. Sometimes it is in the freezer section. I make turkey burgers about once a week (especially now with the warmer weather). Sometimes I omit the chopped fresh herbs and add a tablespoon or two of a good quality Thai curry paste. I also replace the parsley with cilantro. My children really love this Thai-flavored version too!

Serve burgers with baked sweet potato fries if you are on the Elimination Diet. If not, try some potato fries. My kids love homemade baked oven fries using russet potatoes that are seasoned with smoked paprika, garlic powder, black pepper, sea salt, and avocado oil. In the summertime I also like to grill summer squash from my garden using my cast iron grill pan on the stove to serve with these burgers. Serve burgers with a garden salad and a homemade dressing for a balanced, nourishing meal!

If you are looking for more guidance on following the Elimination Diet you might consider joining our online Elimination Diet program where we walk you though the step-by-step process with online with cooking videos (done by me), informational videos, daily audio motivation, PDFs guides, recorded hour-long informational webinars, and a private Facebook support group. It's an incredible to way to succeed at the Elimination Diet!

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Do you have any low histamine recipes?

What do you think about making this recipe with ground chicken breast? (I live in a country where turkey is not available). Thank you! (PS: Have and enjoy both cookbooks!)

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