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On medium heat cook the mini turkey burgers for about 5 minutes on each side or until fully cooked. I also used the same pan to toast my mini whole wheat buns. When your cauliflower is soft enough to work with, use a colander to remove the water then place back on the stove and add your butter.

These turkey burgers combine spinach, Parmesan and sun-dried tomatoes and are served with a fresh lemon Florentine Turkey Burgers w/ Mashed Cauliflower | Studio10 | The Gulf Coast’s Lifestyle Show. Boil a cup of chicken stock then add cauliflower florets and boil till tender. Drain the cauliflower and mash florets. Spray turkey burger with cooking spray in a skillet and cook to 165 degrees internal temperature. Cut into bit sized pieces then add salt and pepper to taste.

Put ¼ cup of chicken broth in a small saucepan and let it simmer. Combine the cauliflower and garlic in a large pot, cover with water and season with salt. Bring to a simmer and cook until tender, 15 to 17 minutes. Drain the cauliflower and put in a food processor.

Add the sour cream, parmesan and butter; puree until smooth. Season with salt and pepper and return to the pot. This Low-carb Turkey Meatballs with Mashed Cauliflower is a delicious meal for your low-carb diet. The meatballs are made with parmesan cheese and almond flour.

The mashed cauliflower has a perfectly smooth texture that you and your family will love. Print Recipe. 4.5 from 12 votes. Spoon the blended cauliflower into the bowl with the potatoes, and mash together until the cauliflower and potatoes form a smooth, white mixture.

Season the mixture with salt and black pepper. For a softer topping, stir in a few more spoonfuls of the cooking liquid. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). In a large bowl, mix together turkey, egg, garlic, Worcestershire sauce, and parsley, then season with salt and pepper. Form mixture into four flat patties.

In a medium skillet over medium hea. 1 In 3-quart saucepot, bring water to a boil. Add cauliflower and garlic and cook covered 15 minutes or until florets are tender; drain. 2 In food processor or blender, process cauliflower, garlic, Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Real Mayonnaise and salt until. Preheat oven to 400º.

Prepare a baking sheet with non-stick foil drizzled with avocado oil. In a large bowl, mix the cauli, onion, red pepper, jalapeño, cilantro, almond flour, cheese, salt, and pepper until evenly blended. Add egg and mix thoroughly. Form into tot shaped balls.

Step 1. Heat avocado oil in a very large skillet over medium-high heat. Add celery, mushrooms, and onion; saute until onion is translucent, 5 to 7 minutes. Crumble turkey into the skillet.

Add parsley, thyme, garlic powder, pepper, red pepper flakes, and salt.

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In a pan over medium high heat use 2 tablespoons oil sauté the diced onion for 5 minutes, remove from oil and add to the mashed cauliflower.

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Spread the cauliflower mixture over the lamb filling and sprinkle the top with the cheddar cheese.

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Pour the olive oil over the cauliflower, add the salt and pepper, and toss.

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Add half of the salt and pepper to the cauliflower mixture in the blender and pulse to combine.

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Add the broccoli and cauliflower and stir and toss several minutes until heated through.

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To finish the cauliflower mash, add the grated cheese, butter, ¼ teaspoon of salt, and a few cracks of pepper to the blender with the cauliflower.

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Add the bell pepper, broccoli, cauliflower, black pepper, and salt to taste, cover, and cook until the vegetables are tender, about 10 minutes more.

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Gently flip cauliflower and repeat on second cut side with remaining 2 tablespoons oil, salt, and pepper.

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  • Greeting’s friend! Now your really showing off LOL, great to see another video from you, be well. (still working on social media stuff)

  • This was great, I’ve been looking for “lose tummy fat lightning fast” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about Fonnna Peylizabeth Principle (just google it )? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my brother in law got great success with it.

  • Just wonderful, been searching for “diets to lose tummy fat” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about Fonnna Peylizabeth Principle (search on google )? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my buddy got excellent success with it.

  • Cheers for this, been searching for “how to lose tummy fat fast” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Fonnna Peylizabeth Principle (do a google search )? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my work buddy got excellent results with it.

  • I only use turkey meat now for my burgers. Here’s a tip for you and everyone reading. I mix breakfast sausage in with my burger…I have so many compliments and I switch it up with sage, maple, mild. No it’s not low fat at this point but every now and then you just want something different for family that’s not eating low calorie. Hope you try it. Let me know…

  • Would it be possible to just fry the burger on the pan on low heat to cook it all the way through instead of putting it in the oven too? Also, how much in cups is each burger?

  • Ugh I made cloud bread last night and it turned out HORRIBLY because the recipe called for way too much salt. Completely inedible. I was so upset because I just want a burger so, soooo bad. I’m going to try again this evening with this recipe. Thank you!

  • Was looking for a way to make a delicious turkey burger for my diet was planning on using whole wheat bread or wrap but cloud bread come on!!! u sir have a new subscriber

  • I apologize for being a bit late to the Cloud Bread thing. OMG… That is amazing stuff! You have opened my eyes to a whole new world. For that, you get a subscriber.

  • I loved these burgers!!!!! great flavor!!! I added 1/2 tsp. Trader Joe’s multipurpose UMAMI seasoning blend, in addition to all of your spices and did a lettuce wrap!!!!! YUM

  • You are a game changer! So thankful I’ve been lead to you. Your style and all the stuff you do is exactly what I needed!! I made the yogurt chicken & squash I’ll have to tag you on instagram!! So amazing!!!

  • If you do a second print of the cookbook, this recipe needs to be in the front pages… it’s that good! It’s seriously my new popcorn. While the fam butter & salts their crappy kernels, I swirl in a pat of Kerrigold with sel de mer to my bowl of mashed cauliflower. Movies & mash. Can you create crunchy cauliflower bites for for snacking, so this household can totally kick corn to the curb?!

  • I’m a new subscriber and I’m in love with this recipe. I’m currently on a sodium free diet due to high blood pressure. Can you suggest some good recipes that are low in sodium? Also, can you suggest some tasty recipes that are weight loss friendly. I also seen your healthy shopping video. What if we don’t have a Trader Joe’s? What would be the best option then? Thanks for your time in advance.

  • love your videos Bobby. Been trying to lose weight by preparing my own low calories meal. Your videos are really helpful. so far I have lost 1 kg in 10 days

  • How long do I leave the “bacon” jam in the refrigerator?�� Also, I don’t own a meat thermometer. How will I know my turkey burger is (completely) cooked?

  • When making comparisons, the word is THAN. “Then” refers to the time order-first this, then that. It’s your language. Use it correctly, please. Doing so will improve your credibility. Cook on.

  • Delicious. I’m going to try that cloud bread. I make a lot of turkey burgers. I grill ’em on a weber kettle charcoal grill and hit ’em with a little mesquite smoke. Thanks for the vid.

  • Crazy, I was just thinking of the world MODERN (how thoroughly modern you are) seconds before you said something about being a modern guy. Incredibly sexy (the burger of course). Your diction is so funny (using all the social-media-speak and such like you do, LOL). You must have been a good student because you’re a good teacher, Mr Parrish, LOL.

  • Omg, Bobby, I am in love with the idea of those cloud buns! I’m running to the store today to grab some cream cheese and making this for dinner. You rock, dude. (also, mad props for the casual swearing hehehe.)

  • Congrats on your subbies!! Now maybe FoodTv will get the hint! ;). Well-deserved. One of the only videos I never like to miss! AND have used!! Thank you and continued success to you! Hey, how about a stir fry vid? 😉

  • So, due to the low carbs, is this diabetic friendly? Maybe a dumb question, but I’m a new diabetic and bread is my weakness. Ezekiel bread gave me a bit of a sugar spike.

  • I’ve never had those buns but I have a feeling they’ll taste extraordinary ��another amazing recipe ����. Congrats on 100k subs and the many more that’s on their way��������

  • Why do turkey burgers always have to turn into some horribly sweet concoction? A beef burger is typically savory so let’s try and make a really good turkey burger in the same style and spirit.

  • First suggestion offered for dealing with dry ground turkey is bread crumbs… I ain’t no chef, but, well, actually, I am… Don’t use bread crumbs…

  • So happy you’ve hit 100k! Been watching for a long time now, and I have really impressed some people with some of these recipes! (I always do a few trial runs to make sure) haha. Thanks so much for being so entertaining, down to earth, healthy, and cost conscious!! Post a pic of your youtube plaque when you get it!:D

  • I love your channel so much Bobby! I always get super excited when I see a new video on my subscriptions, you’re a cooking genius!

  • My cloud bread came out so watery and flat. Is that because I did not whip the egg whites long enough? I’m determined to get this right but look awful��

  • Thank you for this recipe It fits in perfect with my low carb lifestyle and is hardy enough to share with my guys who are not lowcarbers

  • Literally made this today pretty much right after watching. Thank you! I don’t typically like ground turkey, so I loved the thigh suggestion.

  • Hey man, excellence advice on the turkey burger. I used almond flower instead of bread crumbs and just threw it on the grill. It only took 9 minutes over a charcoal fire. I used some Bobby flay honey mustard sauce over goat cheese and it was legit. Thanks for the video brother.

  • Might as well have the red meat if you add all the oil and bacon stuff. Probably would have this just for taste, not to eat healthier than a homemade beef burger. Look good though.

  • This was a great video! I really enjoyed how you would periodically stop to give some insight into the “why” of your process. A lot of chefs won’t do that and it leaves you wondering which recipe is better suited for what you’re trying to do.

  • I live for Bobby Flay…… most people don’t understand who the real Bobby Flay is. They think he’s a tv celebrity chef. I think he’s more that that.

  • LOVE CLOUD BREAD!!! Great recipe Bobby. I completely agree with you on the burger meat add ons, I’m totally a purist too, it just gets to be too much stuff..

  • Why didn’t you season the turkey meat? I only saw you use a sprinkle to the turkey meat. Is there a scientific reason for not seasoning your meat?

  • Olive oil is good for you IF it is not boiled! No oil is good for you once it is boiled! It’s science homie! So forget about the healthy BS, cuz any cooked oil is not healthy.

  • I have never voluntarism watched a full 3 min + long ad in my entire life.. until now. I don’t even know how it happened. I watched the steak stir fry add and I clicked on it to come watch another one.. what is happening??

  • I just made this turkey burgers and I absolutely loved it! Only thing is I didn’t make the bacon jam because I feel like it defeats the purpose of eating a little cleaner.

  • Cooking small is okay, But if you can’t cook at any size you can’t cook at all. give up and pass the dollars to the people that can,

  • I’m making them today for chow….this is by far, one of the best Turk Burger recipes I’ve seen.
    We’ll give er a try Patrick. Thanx!
    I used to own a smokehouse….always looking for great new ideas.
    U nailed it

  • This is not a low calorie burger…

    A Big Mac has:

    563 Calories

    33g of Fat
    44g of Carbohydrates
    26g of Protein

    Given that you need to eat less calories in order to lose weight your burger is actually pretty much the same as eating a big mac which also has 2 patties.

  • So the secret to cooking a turkey burger and making it better than a hamburger is by making it much more unhealthy than just eating a hamburger.

  • Aw man! Not only are your videos packed with perfect humor, but that burger man!! It looks great. I know what I’m making for the next date night:)

  • No bread crumbs. Nasty. Just don’t pack it to tight and flip it more than once on a low heat. Flipping it more than once stops the moisture from being raped out of the meat. Also i’m not eating turkey burgers because I wanna continue being a fat fuck. I normally just season it and put some light sharp cheddar on it. Lettuce, and tomato on it. I hate bread crumbs and eggs mixed in with meat though. ��

  • Hate to burst everyones bubble but……… olive oil was never ‘heart healthy’. Scientists just proved that olive oil is ONLY heart healthy when put cold or room temp on salad greens. They are trying to figure out why that is now. It has something to do with one of the chemicals in greens and olive oil that allows the body to have the good fats but counteracts the bad fats. Using olive oil any other way…. you get the bad for your heart fats too.

  • Though I’ve eaten TB for years, I haven’t had them for awhile so I did some research this week and I found your video. Today will be the day and by the taste of the bacon jam, these will be great.
    I will advise soon.

  • thanks i made your recipe with a little twist for my husband and brother in law and neither of them knew that this was a turkey burger. all i changed was i made the bacon first and then seared the burgers in the bacon fat directly after removing bacon from the pan, and i only slightly cooked the onions in the remaining fat then made a spicy mayo as the condiment. but i couldn’t have done without you. so thank you.. *my kids love it too -thnx from the young family.. oh and ive shared this on my facebook, emails and twitter as well.

  • can i be the constructive criticizer, the jump eh flash editing is a bit much and you have a lot of Alton Brown in you. not a bad thing, but when its coming to making my turkey burgers you lost me at the oven. loved the video nice work

  • Bacon makes anything better.:) This looks great but I am requested to make turkey burgers because they don’t want to eat pork or beef. Is there another saw you might use?

  • Hey, Bobby! Your cauliflower recipe is the exact same recipe i learned in France, except they use gruyere/ementhal cheese instead of butter and milk. OMG it is damn good. I will make your mashed potato recipe for my son. He’s a big fan of mashed potato. Me, not so much.

  • Turkey burger with brie & cranberry is so goood. Plus some black pepper mayo & salad in there for good measure. It’s much better if you add egg & breadcrumbs though.

  • How would you recommend to reheat the burger? Can i prep it the night before and reheat it next morning in the oven wrapped with tin foil?

  • If you’re a fan of onion rings try one or 2 on your turkey burger! I was skeptical at first as well, but I tried it at a restaurant and it was incredible.

  • Im glad to see you. I saw you at the derby doing southern fried chicken. Im from atlanta ga and that was not Southern fried chicken I’m sorry but that was an embarrassment. Im seventy three years old and i know how to prepare fried chicken from the deep South. Shame on you bobby. I don’t think you’ve spent a lot of time in GA,because what you cooked yesterday at the derby I just wouldn’t eat. Lights camera action.

  • OMG! I cooked this exactly as you said last night and the response from my family was dope. It was AMAZING. It took much longer than just cooking burgers, but they are MUCH better than just cooking burgers. It is like “elevating” a typical recipe. The science behind the “why” is helpful, at least for a guy like me. Super job. Thanks.

  • You can make a turkey burger better than a hamburger, you simply cannot make a turkey burger TASTE better than a hamburger. It’s like saying pork tenderloin is better than a filet mignon.

  • sorry cheese, sour cream and cream cheese is NOT low fat and not good for those with heart conditions or diabetics prone to heart issues and then you top with more cheese and BACON which is also NOT low fat and suggest more sour cream if you want??? Seems to me the healthiest thing was the cauliflower and the herbs and onions…..

  • I like this recipe. I usually put in a quarter cup of half and half and a tablespoon of cornstarch cold slurry because once the color flower gets cold it becomes watery. That doesn’t happen my way but the cheese is killer I love it

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    42.5 grams of total carbs

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    3 grams of fiber

    Macros per serving of cauliflower mash, recipes makes 4 servings:

    113.5 calories

    5.64 grams of net carbs

    10 grams of net carbs

    5.5 grams of fat

    6.5 grams of protein

    5.25 grams of fiber

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  • Is there any way I can mimick this on the stove?!�� all I have is a stove! A pan lol you should make your next video on that!!! If you don’t already have a video on it lol I want a grill so bad!

  • Why is the fucking photographer constantly in the frame? Doesn’t he have a zoom lens? Not sure where you found your ghetto crew but damn get some pros in there that know what the fuck they’re doing.

  • If you would put the drained cauliflower in a tea towel and squeeze all the water out of it, your cauliflower-mash wouldn’t be so runny and has a more real mashed potato consistency. No hate…constructive criticism only. ����

  • Am suffering from excruciating pain from TMJ and needed something soft. Combined both recipes into one and awesome!!! Thank you for this!!!

  • Oh how I miss mashed potatoes!!! But I love love love your cauliflower recipe! I’ve made it once a week since I saw your original video!

  • Hi Bobby! I am keto all the way so enjoyed the mashed cauliflower but I cannot find the shepherd’s pie recipe with the mashed cauliflower on top.

  • Serious? you had to didn’t you? I’m sending Big Ed, the head of our Parsley union for a little talk! I like the combo gold and russets, and I would also of added more garlic and mashed the garlic into the taters:)..and usually just add green onion (I try and sneak some room temp mayo:)

  • I don’t see why you would add salt to the cold water. It just goes to the bottom of the pot and stays there. I can see putting them in a pot of boiling water.

  • Great recipe and video but… you didn’t mention how many pounds of ground turkey here using or how long you cooked it in the oven

  • When I was younger I mom made cauliflower mash potatoes and now I make them all the time but I make them vegan because im alergic to dairy. The herb in the cream and milk was a good idea.

  • You always have the best tools in your kitchen. I gotta upgrade my appliances lol Great recipe. You sure had me fooled with the mash. hope you and your family have a blessed thanksgiving.

  • loved your video and recipe.my family loves mashed cauliflower.i have replaced potatoes with them.your tips are very inspiring and healthy.i would like to thank you so much for sharing AMAZING JOB.