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5 Tips for Building a Healthier Burger Start with lean meat. Be wary of ground turkey: it’s often a mix of light and dark meat and can be higher in fat than Downsize your patty. Restaurants have gotten us used to monster-sized 8-ounce burgers. But you’re better off cooking up Opt for a whole. “Make your burger healthier with a thin coat of ketchup, mustard and/or low-fat mayonnaise. Pile on the fresh veggies; and add a slice of low. Add bulk to your burger by piling on vegetables like tomatoes, lettuce, chile peppers and onions.
Vegetables are very low in calories and contain fiber to help keep you satisfied. Choose one. Try these 7 tips for building a healthy burger from the experts at Consumer Reports. Try a veggie burger. A good health move is to make some of your burgers meatless.
It can be as simple as. Or instead of bread crumbs, try a gluten-free option with almonds, walnuts, or other nuts. Add things you’d traditionally place on top of the burger inside the patty. Mix in onions, tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms, salsas, or any other vegetables to make a tasty. Chopped mushrooms, greens, and onions, or grated sweet potatoes, carrots, and zucchini offer delightful flavors, and they add some extra juices back into the burger, too!
Grains, beans, and pulses can also make an appearance; try black beans, lentils, quinoa, or rice. 5 ways to build a healthier burger without cutting flavor. Get the latest from TODAY. And, surprise, they can also be (relatively) healthy.
Here are five ways to make a healthier burger. 1. Use a Lid—or a Scale.
To ensure all of your burgers will be done at the same time, they’ve got to be the same size and shape. To ensure sure each patty is the same size, use a food scale. And to make sure your meat discs are all the same shape and thickness, try using a. Allowing the burgers to rest, allows the meat to finish cooking and allows the juices within redistribute throughout the patty for maximum juiciness. 5 to 10 minutes will make a difference.
Step 9: Lettuce should not be a topping. When building your burger, simply put the lettuce on the bottom underneath your burger. The deeper the color, the more nutrients veggies pack.
Pile your burger high since they’re so low in calories. Opt for spinach over iceberg lettuce and red bell peppers instead of yellow for more.
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