Grinds & Sausage
Fresh Ground Turkey (93% Lean / 7% Fat)
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Our sumptuous Fresh Quarter Pound Organic Ground Turkey Burgers are bursting with tender, juicy flavor thanks to the premium Diestel Family Ranch bird they’re made with, and they’re ready to go from fridge to plate to belly as soon as you get them home. We’d bet dollars to donuts they’re the reason Mama Nature has been saving up for a grill. (Why else do you think she’s been hoarding all that propane?)
Product is available in select retail stores.
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We’ve got good news, and we’ve got bad news. The good news is that you’ve set your sights on a tender, juicy, mouthwatering meat monument that’s absolutely deserving of every ounce of that intense desire that’s burning in your gut. The bad news that this product can’t be shipped and can only be bought in-store. (And if you think about it, that’s actually good news, too—it means you’ll probably get to enjoy it a lot sooner than your postman could get it to you.)
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Cook fresh turkey burgers in a single layer in a nonstick or lightly oiled skillet over medium heat until well browned on each side. The burgers will cook for approximately 4 minutes per side and until the internal temperature registers the USDA recommended 165° F.
Place fresh turkey burgers on a pre-heated grill that is sprayed with oil. Grill burgers for approximately 4 minutes per side and until the internal temperature registers the USDA recommended 165° F. The burgers should be nicely browned on each side.
Place fresh turkey burgers in a single layer on a cookie sheet that is lined with parchment paper and place in 375° F oven. The burgers will cook for approximately 4 minutes per side and until the internal temperature registers the USDA recommended 165° F.