Frozen Turkey Burgers ‘a la BOL
I briefly talked about TT (Tiramisu Time) or JT (Julio Time) at my office Business Online a while ago and I think it is a good time to fully explain the ‘kind’ / ‘choice’ method that has evolved at the office.
The Grill : George Foreman Grill / The Cusinart Griddler
We used to have a George Foreman Grill which was great but then we upgraded to the beautiful stainless steel Cusinart Griddler. This is an impressive grill that does much more than the good ol’ George Foreman Grill.
The Cuisinart Griddler has removeable plates so you can have optional grill marks. You can also press Panini sandwiches or fry eggs, pancakes, etc.
Anyways, start off by turning on the grill and setting it to high. (pre-cleaning the grill is optional for those who don’t want to taste someone else’s previously grilled meats – that’s kind of gross now that I think about it.)
The Frozen Turkey Burger
There are of course endless varieties of turkey burgers to choose from. We get ours at Costco and they are the Pilgrims Pride brand which is 97% Fat Free. These turkey burgers have a pretty good taste that isn’t too dry or ultra synthetic as you’ll find in other healthy burgers. We’ve tried the Vons Brand and those turkey burgers tend to produce a lot of greese and water upon grilling.
Add The Burger To The Grill
Next, add your burger to the preheated grill and close for about 5 mins until golden brown.
The Cuban Style
Rolando invented the ‘cuban style’ for toasting the buns. Bascially you thrown in a few hamburger buns onto the grill to get your compressed grilled bread buns. (Much like you would find in a cuban sandwich or grilled panini)
At this point you may put on your options including: