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Great work on the recipe and the presentation! This might seem silly but which burger buns do you use? They look perfect 🙂


Can you freeze these? Also how long do you cook in air fryer?

Hey! These are great to freeze and air fryers are different so I would follow the specific directions for yours. I believe I cooked mine for about 14 minutes (frozen patty) at about 360 degrees.

Can you use green chillies instead of the jalapeños?

HI – so excited to try this recipe!! Is there a particular brand of garam masala you recommend? or do you make your own? Also – for the “crack sauce” – what are your thoughts on swapping out the mayo for greek yogurt? I’m not a big mayo fan 🙁

I was trying this recipe without onions, just wandering we add salt in the turkey.. now am confused a little if I should add or not and I don’t know if ur gonna see my question right away….???

Hey Palak!

How much salt should I add? Do I omit salt if I’m making the onions too?

Thank for the recipe!

Hi there! I am thinking about making these burgers this weekend but swapping the turkey meat for ground beef. Do you think that will work? Also, do you make your own garam masala or store bought? If store bought, which brand? If you make your own, do you mind sharing the recipe?

I made your spicy shrimp scampi a few weeks ago and it was a HUGE hit! Definitely going to make those again. Thank you!!

This is such a simple but delicious recipe – sans bun, makes for a great low carb meal with a lot of flavour!

What can you swap the turkey meat with to make it vegetarian?

Hi Palak, could you give some do’s & don’ts for using a cast iron skillet. Never used one before & I have a flat electric stove. Will that make a difference?

Hi Shital! So cast iron skillets are great and versatile but just requires a little love and care! Step one is to always “season” your pan which literally just means oiling it all over and baking it in an oven for an hour. Oils and fats absorb into the porous surface of the pan, keeping its non stick surface in good condition. You should also NEVER put a hot pan of any sort under cool water. When cleaning, you want to make sure you cool the pan down completely, and use just a small amount of soap and just hot water to clean the pan. Then completely dry it out and re oil it and put it away. I hope these small tips help! 🙂

I have tried this recipe and it’s amazing. How would you suggest keeping everything warm if I am bringing this to a potluck?


Potluck sounds like fun! 🙂

Option One: You could keep the burger patties warm in the oven by just setting the temp to WARM if thats an option, or the lowest heat setting which is usually 200degrees. The onions could also be placed in a foil tray, covered in the oven a long with the burgers.

Option Two: If you want to make this a self serve/ assemble burger station than you can plug in a large electric countertop skillet and place all the patties on there and the onions could be put in a plugged in crock pot or warmer on just the “keep warm” setting.

For the Crack sauce- I usually just bottle it in one of those squeeze bottles so its easy to transport and for people to assemble their burgers. Let me know if you need more suggestions! Hope this helps! Enjoy your potluck!