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Brie Stuffed Turkey Burgers

Cook Time: 20 - 25 minutes

Step up your grilling game and impress your backyard guests with this flavor-packed burger! Fresh ground turkey stuffed with gooey brie cheese and smothered with a sweet and spicy spread – what's not to love?

Ingredients

  • 3 lbs. ground turkey
  • Burger seasoning
  • 1 (7 oz.) bar of Brie cheese
  • Blueberry jalapeno spread
  • 1 - 2 red bell peppers
  • Spinach
  • Buns

Directions

Prep: Slice the brie into pieces, roughly about 1/2-in. W x 1-in. H. (It’s ok if they aren’t all even, you can puzzle piece them together in the burger as needed, so don’t go crazy with measuring this!)

Put the 3 lbs. of ground turkey into a mixing bowl, generously cover with your favorite burger seasoning.

Mix the seasoning into the turkey, add additional seasoning if desired.

Once the seasoning is mixed into the ground turkey, portion the meat out into 1/3 lb. balls.

Place half of the burger patty on a clean surface, then add about 3 pieces of cheese to the center of the meat. Place the remaining half of the burger patty on top of the cheese. Secure the cheese in the patty by pressing gently around the sides of the burger.

Repeat with the rest of the meat.

NOTE: you don’t want to see a bunch of the cheese sticking out of the burger patty, make sure it is mostly covered by the meat, in the center, so it doesn’t get cooked off on the grill.

Cooking: Preheat your Louisiana Grill to 350F.

Cook time will take approximately 20-25 minutes depending on the thickness of the burger.

Every 5 minutes, flip the burgers for even cooking.

Remove the burgers from the grill and make your creation!

Recipe from Louisiana Grills.

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