Fiesta turkey burgers have just 4 basic ingredients but create a little flavor explosion in your mouth! Add your favorite taco toppings and dig into these juicy, fun and delicious burgers!
This post is part of BurgerMonth.com and grill giveaway with a group of fellow food bloggers and burger lovers. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
We are inching closer and closer to the long holiday weekend and I am OH SO READY!
We don’t have any big plans – hopefully head to the pool a couple of days, grill out a lot, maybe get together with some neighbor friends, have a movie night with the kiddos, etc. – but I just love that a long weekend is stretched out in front of me. 💕
Today we continue to celebrate my undying love for burgers. Non-beef burgers that is.
Surely you remember my BBQ chicken burgers, cheddar chicken burgers and my zucchini turkey burgers. Or maybe you adore my BBQ turkey burgers, Greek turkey burgers with tzatziki sauce or my spicy pork burgers with mango salsa. 🍔❤️🍔❤️
(Don’t even get me started on veggie burgers and how much I adore those.)
And today’s fiesta turkey burgers combine my love of all things taco with my love of turkey burgers.
Oh, and my love of toppings because there are endless options here!
Basically, these create a little flavor explosion in your mouth, which is pretty impressive since they have just 4 basic ingredients!
That’s some winning summer fun in my book!
Juicy turkey burgers with taco sesaoning and melted cheese on the inside, plus all your favorite taco toppings that you can pile on top: more cheese, pico de gallo or salsa, avocado or guacamole, sour cream or Greek yogurt – you name it!
(And I do name it – see the notes below and the recipe card for my full menu of topping ideas. Pick your very favorites or go crazy and load up with all of them. The more the merrier, right?)
All together, these fun and festive burgers are sure to be a new favorite. ❤️
PLUS, I’m joining with a group of other food bloggers who love and adore burgers to celebrate BURGER MONTH in May!
Better yet – you have a chance to win a grand prize of Weber Spirit II E-310 gas grill plus tons of other weekly prizes of food and grilling tools. 🎁 You can enter below the recipe card in this post and fill out additional entries (and get all the delicious prize details) at BurgerMonth.com.
Notes on fiesta turkey burgers:
- I use ground turkey (93% lean) but you could substitute ground chicken or ground beef if you prefer.
- I use homemade taco seasoning but you could substitute store-bought.
- You know I love me some toppings! Here’s a few ideas to get you started: Melted cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese (or Pepper Jack), shredded lettuce, pico de gallo and/or salsa and/or sliced tomatoes, pickled jalapeno slices, pickled red onions, sour cream or Greek yogurt, sliced avocado or guacamole, crushed tortilla chips.
- You can serve these turkey burgers in a regular bun or make a lettuce wrap if you want to be low-carb (and/or gluten-free).
Need a few sides to round out your meal?
These fiesta turkey burgers go great with confetti brown rice or roasted potatoes, a side salad or easy summer salad with blueberries and would be great with my easy, foolproof corn-on-the-cob. And this creamy avocado salad would be a great pairing, too.
Happy burger month everyone! I hope you find some new burger favorites and I hope you win the big giveaway! Remember, you can enter below – see just underneath the recipe card – as well as at the main BurgerMonth.com website.
Last thing: I’m taking Monday off for the Memorial Day weekend but I’ll be back next Thursday with a new recipe. Have a wonderful holiday weekend if you’re in the U.S!
I use ground turkey (93% lean) but you could substitute ground chicken or ground beef if you prefer. I use homemade taco seasoning but you could substitute store-bought. You can serve these turkey burgers in a regular bun or make a lettuce wrap if you want to be low-carb (and/or gluten-free).
Serving Size: 1 burger
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 403Total Fat: 27gCarbohydrates: 2g
I use ground turkey (93% lean) but you could substitute ground chicken or ground beef if you prefer.
I use homemade taco seasoning but you could substitute store-bought.
You can serve these turkey burgers in a regular bun or make a lettuce wrap if you want to be low-carb (and/or gluten-free).
Check out the other burgers and the giveaway details with more chances to win at BurgerMonth.com.