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Turkey Burgers being shaped with a Burger Press.


Created as a follow up of the tuna burgers; the turkey burgers are just as quick and easy to make, and an alternative from fish- with just as low carbohydrate and fat content: the LDNM Turkey Burgers Recipe.


  • 500g Lean turkey mince (I use Aldi or Tesco produce)
  • Large whole egg
  • Large egg white only


  • Half (red or white) onion- finely chopped
  • Garlic- finely chopped
  • Seasonings and spices as required


  • With a fork mash and press the mince till it becomes less stringy, resembling an uncooked burger patty.
  • Add whole egg and stir in evenly through mince (may separate the mince but some more ‘forksmanship’ will solve that)
  • Add remaining whole egg white
  • Add remaining ingredients of your choice to flavour the burgers
  • Turn on foreman using oil or equivalent spray (may fry or oven bake but I don’t have the timings on those methods!)
  • Hand-shape 3-4 patties, ensuring even thickness
  • Place in foreman grill for 6-10 minutes (differs between ‘foremans’ so keep an eye on them!)


  • Protein: 178g
  • Fat: 7g
  • Carbohydrate: 0g

Please note: these turkey burgers take a tiny bit more mastering than the tuna burgers- i.e. with Aldi turkey mince (415g) I only use one large whole egg. I usually blend a slice of torn bread into breadcrumbs and add it to the mixture- this allows for a more solid patty.


They are a great, quick and easy protein component for any meal, and can be stored in the fridge for 1-3 days for use in latter meals and packed lunches on the go!

For those needing dessert don’t forget to check out our delicious LDNM Protein Treat Pack.

Let us know how you find/customise this recipe by tweeting feedback to @MB_LDNM and @LDN_Muscle