Posted on 05-13-2009
Filed Under (Recipes &Cooking) by Charla


This is a simple, healthier version of a barbecue sandwich that we really like.  Or you might call it barbeque, BBQ, Bar-B-Que, or Bar-B-Q.  Whatever you call it, here’s the recipe:


* 16-20 ounce package ground turkey breast
* Your favorite barbecue sauce
* Buns
* Butter

Cook ground turkey in a pan with 1/2 cup barbecue sauce.  Chop turkey up with a spatula and mix in barbecue sauce well, allowing sauce to infuse the turkey as it’s cooking.  Add more sauce as needed.

Heat a litttle butter on a griddle.  Toast bun halves on griddle, inside of bun face down on griddle.  Heat until toasted lightly.

Serve barbecue turkey on warm, toasted buns.  Add more sauce on top of turkey.

(3) Comments   


1 - Lynne on 16 May, 2009 at 7:23 am #

What a great idea for ground turkey! And, it’s so easy! Thanks for the idea. 😀

2 - Suzanne on 16 May, 2009 at 10:08 am #

Turkey is great! High in protein, low in fats. Very healthy. And tasty.
Too bad the only thing I can get here is Turkey SPAM, and no fresh turkey. (Unless it is holiday season and I’m willing to pay and arm and a leg for a tiny piece of Turkey.

3 - Big Green Egg on 4 March, 2012 at 1:48 pm #

I think substituting turkey for beef (or pork) is a great way to make a meal healthier without losing a lot of flavor. I usually do this for tacos and burgers, but I’ve never thought about BBQ….Thanks!

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