I made turkey burgers a few days ago and I had some burgers left over and I decided to make them again. I didn’t want to recreate the same burger because that would be boring. So, I decided to make Swiss mushroom burgers.
Take a look here if you want to see how to make the burger…
All I had to do was slice some cheese and sauté some mushrooms and onions. How easy!
I used different buns than the last time I made turkey burgers…again, I wanted the burgers to have a different look as well as a different taste.
I’m not going to list the measurements for the ingredients. Add as much cheese, mushroom and onion to the burger as you like. Go ahead, pile on the cheese…nobody’s looking!
Precooked turkey burgers
Sliced Swiss cheese
Sliced fresh mushrooms
Sourdough ciabatta buns
Greek seasoning – just a pinch
Spicy mayo/sour cream sauce (Two parts mayo, one part sour cream and a splash of sriracha sauce) *left over from the Yin and Yang Chicken Wraps*
Warm the burgers in a 275° oven for about 10 minutes.
While the burgers heat, slice the mushrooms and cheese.
Sauté the onions and mushrooms in a pan with a little butter. Don’t overcook the mushrooms. Sprinkle a little Greek seasoning on the mushrooms. Set aside.
Pull the burgers from the oven and put them in the pan and add a splash of water to the pan. Lay the mushrooms on top of the burgers and pile the cheese on top of that. Cover and heat at low/medium for a couple of minutes, just long enough to melt the cheese.
Top with a toothpick and green olive.
2 thoughts on “Swiss Mushroom *Turkey* Burgers”
Brilliant! There is nothing better than getting 2 meals for the price of one! Your sandwich looks delicious!!!
I’m actually getting a third meal…stay tuned for a post on tacos!