Sunday, July 13, 2014

Italian Turkey Burgers & a Giveaway!

Yummy note: This is a first for me since I've had this blog for several years now, and I was recently contacted by a nice representative from Red Gold Tomatoes and she wanted to know if I was interested in trying some of their new canned tomatoes in part of their Summer Grilling' Party II kit. Hey, why not, we love to grill at our place, and we use canned tomatoes quite frequently. I have never combined the two, so it was a new recipe that sounded perfect for us to try. Thanks to Red Gold Tomatoes they have some wonderful recipes to start off with and try. Oh, and it gets better, they said I could host a giveaway and a lucky reader will win a similar prize pack! Just leave me a comment below on how you'd like to use Red Gold Tomatoes and you'll be randomly put in a drawing to win that fun prize pack below courtesy of Red Gold Tomatoes! The giveaway ends July 20, 2014, so enter today! 

The recipe we decided to try from Red Gold Tomatoes was the Italian Turkey Burger. In the past, we typically have had some rather plain turkey burgers, nothing too fancy to write about that's for sure. But this recipe definitely changed that! This simple recipe added just the right amount of flavor to jazz up our plain turkey burger and it was not so bold that it chased the kids away! In fact, my daughter proclaimed it was her favorite burger. I think she was slightly shocked when I told her it was a turkey burger, as typically she's not a big fan of turkey burgers, she prefers her all-beef burgers normally. :) This burger had delicious flavor without having to add extra seasonings; which is so amazing considering all the flavor came from these amazing canned tomatoes. Seriously, did you know that the Red Gold company has been around the Midwest since the 1940s growing tomatoes! Pretty cool, since I'm a midwestern girl at heart as well :) The freshness of these canned tomatoes really shine through, as this Italian turkey burger had just the right amount of moisture and flavor and was not dry or bland like some previously grilled turkey burgers we've had!  




Italian Turkey Burgers 

Ingredients: 
1 pound of ground turkey 
1 egg, beaten 
1/4 cup of breadcrumbs 
1 can of Red Gold Petite Diced Tomatoes with Garlic and Olive Oil
salt and pepper to taste


Directions: 
Drain the can of Red Gold Petite Diced Tomatoes with Garlic and Olive Oil well. Too much liquid ultimately will cause the burger to be mushy and fall apart. Next, mix together the ground turkey, egg, breadcrumbs, and tomatoes in a bowl. Shape into patties and season with salt and pepper. Place turkey patties on a preheat grill and cook until the desired temperature, which is about 160 degrees for a well-done turkey burger. I think it took maybe about 10-12 minutes to reach desired temps, so turn the burger over after about 5-6 minutes of grilling to evenly grill. Place on bun and top with any additional desired toppings and enjoy!! 

Yummy note: In exchange for this post, I was given the Red Gold Tomatoes product kit in order to try, and review in my recipes.  All opinions and statements are my own and were not influenced in any way by the compensation received.   







The Giveaway! 
Comment below & win a similar kit shown below! 
You will get to enjoy all of these delicious varieties of Red Gold Tomatoes & an apron courtesy of Red Gold Tomatoes Summer Grillin' Party II ! 



Here’s how to enter-
  • Leave a comment on this post and tell me what you would like to try and make using a can of Red Gold Tomatoes.
  • Comments will close at 11:59 pm on Sunday, July 20, 2014. 
  • A winner will be chosen at random and the name will be posted to this entry on It's Yummy to My Tummy blog on Monday, July 21, 2014. 
  • Please, one comment per person.

~Disclosure: Red Gold gave me at It’s Yummy to My Tummy a party kit, that included the apron and canned tomato varieties you see pictured. They also are generously providing the giveaway prize at no cost to me. All opinions and statements expressed are my own.
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Red Gold Tomatoes Summer Grillin' Party II - Official Contest: Did somebody say a party?!?  Make sure you check out Red Gold Tomatoes site, as they are hosting this Summer Grillin' Party II and they are giving away even more goodies there. Visit Red Gold's Facebook page and enter for your chance to win; each week 1,000 people will have a chance to win a Red Gold Apron like in my picture and one lucky One lucky winner will receive a large Big Green Egg® grill! (note- the official contest ends July 23, 2014) 


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11 comments:

  1. Looks delish is like to make your recipe!

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  2. I use lots of canned tomatoes. I'll have to try this recipe.

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  3. I'd like to use them for chili

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  4. I have never thought of using canned tomatoes when grilling. I would be interested in trying a new recipe as you did. I am going to go check out their site. Red Gold is my preferred brand when buying tomatoes and I use them a lot in my household. In fact, tonight, I will be using them in my Mexican Chicken Lasagna. Congratulations on being chosen to feature this product and host the giveaway.

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    1. Congrats Wendy! You may message me from my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/itsyummytomytummy and let me know email and address and we will get your prize pack out to you shortly! Thanks!! Heather from It's Yummy to My Tummy

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  5. I would like to make some Chicken Parmesan in the crockpot using some of these tomatoes.

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  6. I would love to make bruschetta chicken with these tomatoes! Yum.

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  7. I would like to use them to make some homemade chili. We use chili as a way to clear the cupboards and freezer. You can throw just about anything in a chili and it will still taste great.

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  8. I am going to try that turkey burger! I also have an Italian sausage & pasta dish that would be good with Red Gold tomatoes!

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  9. I love this brand! I would use in chili

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