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Caribbean Turkey Burgers With Fiery Mango Salsa

Caribbean Turkey Burgers With Fiery Mango Salsa

Not your basic turkey burger

Eva Kosmas from Adventures in Cooking

Turn boring ol' turkey burgers on the grill into fun Caribbean-inspired burgers with cilantro, allspice, red pepper and thyme. A fresh salsa of mangoes and sweet red chili sauce adds another layer of explosive flavor.

Recipe courtesy of McCormick

Ingredients

For the Fiery Mango Salsa:

  • 1 large ripe mango, peeled and coarsely chopped
  • 2 Tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • 2 Tablespoons Thai Kitchen Sweet Red Chili Sauce
  • 1 Tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro
  • 1 Teaspoon minced garlic
  • 1/8 Teaspoon McCormick Crushed Red Pepper

For the Caribbean Turkey Burgers:

  • 1/2 Cup finely chopped red bell pepper
  • 2 green onions, thinly sliced
  • 2 Tablespoons Thai Kitchen Sweet Red Chili Sauce
  • 2 Tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
  • 1 Teaspoon minced garlic
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Sea Salt from McCormick Sea Salt Grinder
  • 1/4 Teaspoon McCormick Ground Allspice
  • 1/4 Teaspoon McCormick Crushed Red Pepper
  • 1/4 Teaspoon McCormick Thyme Leaves
  • 1 Pound ground turkey
  • 4 whole wheat hamburger or crusty rolls

Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa

After our vacation in the Caribbean, I have so many tropical recipe ideas floating around in my head and these island-inspired burgers are just one of them. Burger recipes are meant for tinkering, so I took the cue and came up with this real winner: Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa. If you like to experiment with different burger seasoning and toppings like I do, you’ll love this recipe!

Click here digitalinnovationshow for more recipes.

I’ve always loved Caribbean cuisine – it’s so fresh and flavorful — and jerk seasoning is one of my absolute favorites. These burgers are made with good-for-you ingredients, and pack a ton of flavor into every bite. They’re beyond delicious as is, but I highly recommend you take the extra step and top them off with a scoop of summery mango salsa.

Featuring a blend of spices like allspice, cinnamon, and thyme, jerk seasoning is just about as flavorful as it gets. The seasoning gives the burgers a dash of heat but definitely not enough to burn your tongue. If you prefer more heat, you can add more cayenne pepper to the burger patties or substitute a habanero or Scotch bonnet pepper for the jalapeno in your salsa. songsforromance provides you more delicious recipes like this one.

To keep things on the light side, I opted for Jennie O’s lean ground turkey in lieu of ground beef. Using ground turkey in burgers is an easy way to lighten up your meal, and is a great alternative for those of you who want to avoid red meat. The addition of chopped shallots in the patties keeps them nice and juicy, and the spices give them so much flavor, your family may not even realize they’re eating healthier!.

Be sure to stay connected with Jennie-O on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram for more fresh take on summer favorites.

This post is sponsored by Jennie O as part of the Switch Circle program. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you so much for reading and supporting this blog!


Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa

After our vacation in the Caribbean, I have so many tropical recipe ideas floating around in my head and these island-inspired burgers are just one of them. Burger recipes are meant for tinkering, so I took the cue and came up with this real winner: Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa. If you like to experiment with different burger seasoning and toppings like I do, you’ll love this recipe!

Click here digitalinnovationshow for more recipes.

I’ve always loved Caribbean cuisine – it’s so fresh and flavorful — and jerk seasoning is one of my absolute favorites. These burgers are made with good-for-you ingredients, and pack a ton of flavor into every bite. They’re beyond delicious as is, but I highly recommend you take the extra step and top them off with a scoop of summery mango salsa.

Featuring a blend of spices like allspice, cinnamon, and thyme, jerk seasoning is just about as flavorful as it gets. The seasoning gives the burgers a dash of heat but definitely not enough to burn your tongue. If you prefer more heat, you can add more cayenne pepper to the burger patties or substitute a habanero or Scotch bonnet pepper for the jalapeno in your salsa. songsforromance provides you more delicious recipes like this one.

To keep things on the light side, I opted for Jennie O’s lean ground turkey in lieu of ground beef. Using ground turkey in burgers is an easy way to lighten up your meal, and is a great alternative for those of you who want to avoid red meat. The addition of chopped shallots in the patties keeps them nice and juicy, and the spices give them so much flavor, your family may not even realize they’re eating healthier!.

Be sure to stay connected with Jennie-O on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram for more fresh take on summer favorites.

This post is sponsored by Jennie O as part of the Switch Circle program. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you so much for reading and supporting this blog!


Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa

After our vacation in the Caribbean, I have so many tropical recipe ideas floating around in my head and these island-inspired burgers are just one of them. Burger recipes are meant for tinkering, so I took the cue and came up with this real winner: Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa. If you like to experiment with different burger seasoning and toppings like I do, you’ll love this recipe!

Click here digitalinnovationshow for more recipes.

I’ve always loved Caribbean cuisine – it’s so fresh and flavorful — and jerk seasoning is one of my absolute favorites. These burgers are made with good-for-you ingredients, and pack a ton of flavor into every bite. They’re beyond delicious as is, but I highly recommend you take the extra step and top them off with a scoop of summery mango salsa.

Featuring a blend of spices like allspice, cinnamon, and thyme, jerk seasoning is just about as flavorful as it gets. The seasoning gives the burgers a dash of heat but definitely not enough to burn your tongue. If you prefer more heat, you can add more cayenne pepper to the burger patties or substitute a habanero or Scotch bonnet pepper for the jalapeno in your salsa. songsforromance provides you more delicious recipes like this one.

To keep things on the light side, I opted for Jennie O’s lean ground turkey in lieu of ground beef. Using ground turkey in burgers is an easy way to lighten up your meal, and is a great alternative for those of you who want to avoid red meat. The addition of chopped shallots in the patties keeps them nice and juicy, and the spices give them so much flavor, your family may not even realize they’re eating healthier!.

Be sure to stay connected with Jennie-O on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram for more fresh take on summer favorites.

This post is sponsored by Jennie O as part of the Switch Circle program. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you so much for reading and supporting this blog!


Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa

After our vacation in the Caribbean, I have so many tropical recipe ideas floating around in my head and these island-inspired burgers are just one of them. Burger recipes are meant for tinkering, so I took the cue and came up with this real winner: Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa. If you like to experiment with different burger seasoning and toppings like I do, you’ll love this recipe!

Click here digitalinnovationshow for more recipes.

I’ve always loved Caribbean cuisine – it’s so fresh and flavorful — and jerk seasoning is one of my absolute favorites. These burgers are made with good-for-you ingredients, and pack a ton of flavor into every bite. They’re beyond delicious as is, but I highly recommend you take the extra step and top them off with a scoop of summery mango salsa.

Featuring a blend of spices like allspice, cinnamon, and thyme, jerk seasoning is just about as flavorful as it gets. The seasoning gives the burgers a dash of heat but definitely not enough to burn your tongue. If you prefer more heat, you can add more cayenne pepper to the burger patties or substitute a habanero or Scotch bonnet pepper for the jalapeno in your salsa. songsforromance provides you more delicious recipes like this one.

To keep things on the light side, I opted for Jennie O’s lean ground turkey in lieu of ground beef. Using ground turkey in burgers is an easy way to lighten up your meal, and is a great alternative for those of you who want to avoid red meat. The addition of chopped shallots in the patties keeps them nice and juicy, and the spices give them so much flavor, your family may not even realize they’re eating healthier!.

Be sure to stay connected with Jennie-O on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram for more fresh take on summer favorites.

This post is sponsored by Jennie O as part of the Switch Circle program. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you so much for reading and supporting this blog!


Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa

After our vacation in the Caribbean, I have so many tropical recipe ideas floating around in my head and these island-inspired burgers are just one of them. Burger recipes are meant for tinkering, so I took the cue and came up with this real winner: Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa. If you like to experiment with different burger seasoning and toppings like I do, you’ll love this recipe!

Click here digitalinnovationshow for more recipes.

I’ve always loved Caribbean cuisine – it’s so fresh and flavorful — and jerk seasoning is one of my absolute favorites. These burgers are made with good-for-you ingredients, and pack a ton of flavor into every bite. They’re beyond delicious as is, but I highly recommend you take the extra step and top them off with a scoop of summery mango salsa.

Featuring a blend of spices like allspice, cinnamon, and thyme, jerk seasoning is just about as flavorful as it gets. The seasoning gives the burgers a dash of heat but definitely not enough to burn your tongue. If you prefer more heat, you can add more cayenne pepper to the burger patties or substitute a habanero or Scotch bonnet pepper for the jalapeno in your salsa. songsforromance provides you more delicious recipes like this one.

To keep things on the light side, I opted for Jennie O’s lean ground turkey in lieu of ground beef. Using ground turkey in burgers is an easy way to lighten up your meal, and is a great alternative for those of you who want to avoid red meat. The addition of chopped shallots in the patties keeps them nice and juicy, and the spices give them so much flavor, your family may not even realize they’re eating healthier!.

Be sure to stay connected with Jennie-O on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram for more fresh take on summer favorites.

This post is sponsored by Jennie O as part of the Switch Circle program. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you so much for reading and supporting this blog!


Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa

After our vacation in the Caribbean, I have so many tropical recipe ideas floating around in my head and these island-inspired burgers are just one of them. Burger recipes are meant for tinkering, so I took the cue and came up with this real winner: Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa. If you like to experiment with different burger seasoning and toppings like I do, you’ll love this recipe!

Click here digitalinnovationshow for more recipes.

I’ve always loved Caribbean cuisine – it’s so fresh and flavorful — and jerk seasoning is one of my absolute favorites. These burgers are made with good-for-you ingredients, and pack a ton of flavor into every bite. They’re beyond delicious as is, but I highly recommend you take the extra step and top them off with a scoop of summery mango salsa.

Featuring a blend of spices like allspice, cinnamon, and thyme, jerk seasoning is just about as flavorful as it gets. The seasoning gives the burgers a dash of heat but definitely not enough to burn your tongue. If you prefer more heat, you can add more cayenne pepper to the burger patties or substitute a habanero or Scotch bonnet pepper for the jalapeno in your salsa. songsforromance provides you more delicious recipes like this one.

To keep things on the light side, I opted for Jennie O’s lean ground turkey in lieu of ground beef. Using ground turkey in burgers is an easy way to lighten up your meal, and is a great alternative for those of you who want to avoid red meat. The addition of chopped shallots in the patties keeps them nice and juicy, and the spices give them so much flavor, your family may not even realize they’re eating healthier!.

Be sure to stay connected with Jennie-O on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram for more fresh take on summer favorites.

This post is sponsored by Jennie O as part of the Switch Circle program. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you so much for reading and supporting this blog!


Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa

After our vacation in the Caribbean, I have so many tropical recipe ideas floating around in my head and these island-inspired burgers are just one of them. Burger recipes are meant for tinkering, so I took the cue and came up with this real winner: Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa. If you like to experiment with different burger seasoning and toppings like I do, you’ll love this recipe!

Click here digitalinnovationshow for more recipes.

I’ve always loved Caribbean cuisine – it’s so fresh and flavorful — and jerk seasoning is one of my absolute favorites. These burgers are made with good-for-you ingredients, and pack a ton of flavor into every bite. They’re beyond delicious as is, but I highly recommend you take the extra step and top them off with a scoop of summery mango salsa.

Featuring a blend of spices like allspice, cinnamon, and thyme, jerk seasoning is just about as flavorful as it gets. The seasoning gives the burgers a dash of heat but definitely not enough to burn your tongue. If you prefer more heat, you can add more cayenne pepper to the burger patties or substitute a habanero or Scotch bonnet pepper for the jalapeno in your salsa. songsforromance provides you more delicious recipes like this one.

To keep things on the light side, I opted for Jennie O’s lean ground turkey in lieu of ground beef. Using ground turkey in burgers is an easy way to lighten up your meal, and is a great alternative for those of you who want to avoid red meat. The addition of chopped shallots in the patties keeps them nice and juicy, and the spices give them so much flavor, your family may not even realize they’re eating healthier!.

Be sure to stay connected with Jennie-O on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram for more fresh take on summer favorites.

This post is sponsored by Jennie O as part of the Switch Circle program. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you so much for reading and supporting this blog!


Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa

After our vacation in the Caribbean, I have so many tropical recipe ideas floating around in my head and these island-inspired burgers are just one of them. Burger recipes are meant for tinkering, so I took the cue and came up with this real winner: Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa. If you like to experiment with different burger seasoning and toppings like I do, you’ll love this recipe!

Click here digitalinnovationshow for more recipes.

I’ve always loved Caribbean cuisine – it’s so fresh and flavorful — and jerk seasoning is one of my absolute favorites. These burgers are made with good-for-you ingredients, and pack a ton of flavor into every bite. They’re beyond delicious as is, but I highly recommend you take the extra step and top them off with a scoop of summery mango salsa.

Featuring a blend of spices like allspice, cinnamon, and thyme, jerk seasoning is just about as flavorful as it gets. The seasoning gives the burgers a dash of heat but definitely not enough to burn your tongue. If you prefer more heat, you can add more cayenne pepper to the burger patties or substitute a habanero or Scotch bonnet pepper for the jalapeno in your salsa. songsforromance provides you more delicious recipes like this one.

To keep things on the light side, I opted for Jennie O’s lean ground turkey in lieu of ground beef. Using ground turkey in burgers is an easy way to lighten up your meal, and is a great alternative for those of you who want to avoid red meat. The addition of chopped shallots in the patties keeps them nice and juicy, and the spices give them so much flavor, your family may not even realize they’re eating healthier!.

Be sure to stay connected with Jennie-O on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram for more fresh take on summer favorites.

This post is sponsored by Jennie O as part of the Switch Circle program. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you so much for reading and supporting this blog!


Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa

After our vacation in the Caribbean, I have so many tropical recipe ideas floating around in my head and these island-inspired burgers are just one of them. Burger recipes are meant for tinkering, so I took the cue and came up with this real winner: Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa. If you like to experiment with different burger seasoning and toppings like I do, you’ll love this recipe!

Click here digitalinnovationshow for more recipes.

I’ve always loved Caribbean cuisine – it’s so fresh and flavorful — and jerk seasoning is one of my absolute favorites. These burgers are made with good-for-you ingredients, and pack a ton of flavor into every bite. They’re beyond delicious as is, but I highly recommend you take the extra step and top them off with a scoop of summery mango salsa.

Featuring a blend of spices like allspice, cinnamon, and thyme, jerk seasoning is just about as flavorful as it gets. The seasoning gives the burgers a dash of heat but definitely not enough to burn your tongue. If you prefer more heat, you can add more cayenne pepper to the burger patties or substitute a habanero or Scotch bonnet pepper for the jalapeno in your salsa. songsforromance provides you more delicious recipes like this one.

To keep things on the light side, I opted for Jennie O’s lean ground turkey in lieu of ground beef. Using ground turkey in burgers is an easy way to lighten up your meal, and is a great alternative for those of you who want to avoid red meat. The addition of chopped shallots in the patties keeps them nice and juicy, and the spices give them so much flavor, your family may not even realize they’re eating healthier!.

Be sure to stay connected with Jennie-O on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram for more fresh take on summer favorites.

This post is sponsored by Jennie O as part of the Switch Circle program. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you so much for reading and supporting this blog!


Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa

After our vacation in the Caribbean, I have so many tropical recipe ideas floating around in my head and these island-inspired burgers are just one of them. Burger recipes are meant for tinkering, so I took the cue and came up with this real winner: Caribbean Jerk Turkey Burgers with Mango Salsa. If you like to experiment with different burger seasoning and toppings like I do, you’ll love this recipe!

Click here digitalinnovationshow for more recipes.

I’ve always loved Caribbean cuisine – it’s so fresh and flavorful — and jerk seasoning is one of my absolute favorites. These burgers are made with good-for-you ingredients, and pack a ton of flavor into every bite. They’re beyond delicious as is, but I highly recommend you take the extra step and top them off with a scoop of summery mango salsa.

Featuring a blend of spices like allspice, cinnamon, and thyme, jerk seasoning is just about as flavorful as it gets. The seasoning gives the burgers a dash of heat but definitely not enough to burn your tongue. If you prefer more heat, you can add more cayenne pepper to the burger patties or substitute a habanero or Scotch bonnet pepper for the jalapeno in your salsa. songsforromance provides you more delicious recipes like this one.

To keep things on the light side, I opted for Jennie O’s lean ground turkey in lieu of ground beef. Using ground turkey in burgers is an easy way to lighten up your meal, and is a great alternative for those of you who want to avoid red meat. The addition of chopped shallots in the patties keeps them nice and juicy, and the spices give them so much flavor, your family may not even realize they’re eating healthier!.

Be sure to stay connected with Jennie-O on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram for more fresh take on summer favorites.

This post is sponsored by Jennie O as part of the Switch Circle program. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you so much for reading and supporting this blog!


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