I actually saw a picture of a burger and that is what inspired me to make this meal.
Ground Turkey /Turkey patties pre-made
2 Lobster Tails
1/2 Onion (I used sweet onion)
Pickles (I used hot & sweet pickles)
Cheese (I used Havarti slices)
Hamburger Buns (I used Hawaiian Bread)
Goya Adobo seasoning (found in international isle of stores)
Steps to putting the meal together:
First, make your turkey burgers. I use salt, pepper, Cajun seasoning, Goya Adobo seasoning, garlic, and onion to season my turkey meat. I season everything to taste. Make your turkey patties and add a little flour or egg to make sure that the turkey doesn’t separate.
If you choose to go the quick route get some pre-made patties from the grocery store and season them.
I broil my turkey burgers for about 8-11 minutes on each side to make sure that they are well done. Once they are done you can take them out of the oven to rest.
While the oven is still warm, place your burgers back in covered with cheese of your choice. (I like Havarti, so that is what I used) Let the cheese melt over your burger and take them back out of the oven.
Get your lobster tails cut them in half, remove the meat from the shell. Cut the lobster into chunks that you desire. On the stove melt some butter (about 2 tablespoons) on medium heat with some garlic and drop the lobster chunks in to saute’. Use some of the Cajun/seafood seasoning to season the lobster lightly. The lobster will be done in about 5 minutes or less.
Once the key ingredients are done, prepare your toppings for the burger. Slice up your onions, tomatoes, and break up your lettuce. Grab your pickles and get ready to top your burger.
I like for my burgers to have everything on them, so I warmed my bun used some mayo, lettuce, tomato, onion, and hot & sweet pickles. Placed the burger on the bun and topped it with the lobster chunks. I also spooned a little drizzle of the garlic butter over the lobster chunks on top of my burger.
I must say that this was delicious. I actually had some potato chips with it and a hard cider.