BBQ'd B L double T club (Big T, for short)

By Tara U – Komoka, ON
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BBQ'd B L double T club (Big T, for short)
  • Prep Time: 20
  • Total Time: 35
  • Servings: 4
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About this Recipe

Bacon, lettuce, and tomato team up with a bbq'd turkey patty that is juicy with a hint of sweetness (from the addition of olive oil and honey to the patty mixture). Thin buns make an impressive looking club stack that is still manageable. The "Big T" will satisfy your taste for bbq, sweet, and savory, in every bite.

Ingredients

1 lb Maple Leaf Prime Naturally® Extra Lean Ground Turkey (454 g)
2 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp honey
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
8 slices of regular bacon (cooked)
4 tomato slices
salt and pepper for tomato (to taste)
4 lettuce leaves (bib or iceburg)
8 tsp mayonnaise
1 package of thin burger buns (6 pack)

Directions

Prepping:
Mix together the ground turkey, olive oil, honey, salt and black pepper until just combined. Shape into 4 patties. Place in the refrigerator (for better handling) while prepping the remaining ingredients.

Cut 4 slices of tomato and set aside for assembly.

Tear off 4 lettuce leaves and set aside for assembly.

Line up the buns for easy assembly. Each burger will use 3 bun halves (1 top half, 1 bottom half, and 1 of the extra halves for the middle). Place the 4 top halves face down and spread 2 tsp of mayonnaise on each.

Cooking:
Fry or broil the bacon to the desired crispness. Drain and set aside for assembly.

BBQ the turkey patties for about 5-6 minutes per side (turning once), until they reach temperature (165 F). Once cooked, set aside to rest for a couple of minutes to allow their juices to settle before assembling.

Assemble each of the 4 burgers (stacking order, from bottom to top):
1 bottom bun
2 slices of cooked bacon (break to fit)
1 slice of tomato
salt and pepper the tomato slice to taste
1 middle bun (face down)
1 bbq'd turkey patty
1 lettuce leaf
1 top bun (with mayonnaise side down)

ENJOY!

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