Wednesday, June 3, 2009

The Tangy Grilled Lime Turkey Burger and the Review of "Cult" Condiment #2

A wise man recently asked me, "Is there anyway you can shorten your blog posts?"

"Hmmm. . . let me give it a try," I replied.

What moves this delectable moist grilled Turkey Burger out of the mainstream is Patak's hot Lime Relish.

This is "Cult" condiment review #2. Refer here to information on "Cult" condiments.

This is probably one of the most unique relishes that has ever graced my palate. There is enough zip in this relish to satisfy your "spice" tooth and then some. The lime gives it a fresh tang second to nothing I have ever tasted. A little goes a long way. I see the uses for this relish has unlimited when fueled by your culinary creativity.

Tangy Grilled Lime Turkey Burger

1 lb fresh ground turkey

1/2 cup onion, finely chopped

1/4 cup fresh chives, chopped

1 cup cilantro, finely chopped

2 tablespoons Patak's Hot Lime Relish

1 egg

2 cups Panko bread crumbs

1 tablespoon kosher salt

1 teaspoon fresh ground pepper

1 tablespoon brown sugar

(1) Combine all ingredients for burger except turkey in a food processor. Add Turkey and gently form into five small thick patties. (2) Spray burgers with cooking spray and grill four to five minutes on each side. (3) Serve on homemade buns with lettuce, fresh tomatoes and a slight dab of Kewpie Mayonnaise. (4) ENJOY!!!

In closing this "short" blog post, Patak's Lime Relish is definitely worth a try. It is worth the search to add to your pantry.

PS I now ask the wise man "How is this for a "short" blog post?"


  1. Funny! I never thought they were too long.

    This looks yummy! Love that beautiful slice of tomato on there!

  2. That's a great tasty sounding recipe!

  3. Yeah, I never thought your posts were ovely long either.....

    Burger looks great ;)

  4. Long posts, never thought that!! This burger with that spicy lime flavor sounds and looks perfect!

  5. I have yet to make a turkey burger - yours looks really delicious! I like your nicely grilled buns as well!

  6. Long posts? Never!

    The flavors sound wonderful.

  7. Are you sure you aren't confusing the wise man with a wise ass? Is he also part time blog police enforcing some law that all posts must be under a certain number of words? BAH! Methinks, you need to put more food in that 'wise' man's mouth to keep it busy!

    I think your posts are wonderful and like the baby bear "just right" You ain't broke so don't fix ya!

  8. OMG'd your brilliant! I love pickle and what a great way to make it into the burger recipe!

    I just saw someone else with a chili lime burger recipe, and now this! Rockin burger!

  9. Delicious post!

    Follow your heart. Others will follow with you.

  10. I just made a turkey burger last night sharing next week. Yours looks perfect. Love all the spices.

  11. Wow, this sounds amazing and packed with flavor. Can't beat that!!

  12. Lol careful Ginger or your blog posts will be as painfully short as mine!

    The term "cult condiment" makes me really wanna join! I'm all for the underground food.

    By the way. Is that mayo on top the scary 100 calorie per Tablespoon one? I need to find it!


  13. You keep your posts as long or as short as you want! It's not like the wise man is paying you by the word...

    I LOVE Patak's lime relish and this looks like a great way to use it.

  14. Hot lime relish, eh? Sounds curious! I can definitely see myself liking this!

  15. Hey Ginger - left you an award on my blog.

  16. I need a touch of short post syndrome because currently I have a case of long post fever. Thanks for dropping by Ginger and I would happily swap my scone for your burger anyday.

  17. Holy cow...I'm in love with these flavors!! I have to search out this condiment...and I am loving your cult condiment reviews,!!!