Turkey Burgers Holstein

On 16th July 2015, This was Dinner

A holstein is ‘an animal of a black-and-white breed of large dairy cattle, originally raised in Friesland’ and is also a region of Germany. I’m not sure why Mary Berry calls these ‘turkey burgers holstein’ but she does, and she’s Mary Berry, so I’m sticking with it!


  • Finely chop an onion
  • Finely chop some cooked ham
  • Chop some parsley
  • Get butter, minced turkey, oil and seasoning ready


Gently cook the onion in butter to soften. Remove and set aside to cool.

Pop the turkey, ham, parsley and seasoning in a bowl and add the onion. Mix well, shape into burgers then pop in the fridge for half an hour.

Cook the burgers for a few minutes on each side until cooked through. Serve with potato waffles, a fried egg and your sauce of choice. I also used up the remaining quails eggs.

TWD_1607_Turkey_BurgersDisclaimer: Mr S made these.

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