Turkey Barbecue Sandwich


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 thoughts on “Turkey Barbecue Sandwich

  1. 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.

  2. 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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