(2) Jennie-O Regular Turkey Burgers frozen (not thawed), once cooked = 7oz, (or if you have more time, fresh ground turkey, 1 egg, italian seasoning, 1/2c. shaved cauliflower)
(2) eggs (4oz total)
(2) slices of Bacon (1 oz) ( I love Applegate Sunday morning style)
(3) c. spinach (My IP Coach said to add a little more than the required 2c. as spinach reduces down quite a bit when cooked)
(1) T. minced garlic
(1 or 2) T. EVOO
S+P- to taste
While this meal is fast, its best if your inner line cook comes to play! What I mean is, if you have some hekp in the kitchen this meal can easily be done in under 10 minutes. Now who doesn't have time for that?!
1. Place frozen burgers with S+P to taste, on George Foreman ( or cook in skillet, as you normally would a hamburger) with temperature on "2" or "Medium"
2. Meanwhile, warm large skillet on "Medium" heat with EVOO. Once, EVOO has warmed and is coating entire pan, add minced garlic (You want to hear the garlic sizzle as you place it in the skillet, this is how you know your pan is hot enough).
3. Add spinach with S+P to taste to large skillet, reduce heat to "low" and cover for about 3 minutes.
4. Check back on your burgers cooking on the George Foreman. Flip to other side, add S+P if desired. Continue cooking on medium for 2-4 more minutes.
5. Head back to your large skillet, remove cover. Using a turner begin to sautee the spinach accordingly to your taste ( some like very bright or dark spinach- I like mine in the middle). Once this has been done, remove spinach from heat. At this point usually place spinach in a large salad bowl.
6. Next, check on your burgers. If cooked to your liking, remove burgers and place them with spinach in bowl.
7. Next add bacon to George Foreman: note it will cook quickly since it has been hot cooking the burgers.
8. Cook bacon according to desired texture ( I like mine crispy and cook it for approximately 3 min each side)
9. In small frying pan, coat pan with PAM ( or EVOO spray is my preference) .
10. Crack both eggs into small frying pan, and cook according to desired texture. I like over-easy as the yolk pairs nicely with the flavors of this dish. Set aside, once done.
11. Remove your bacon from George Foreman, and turn off the appliance.
12. Assemble the bacon, spinach and turkey to your liking. I usually layer the spinach, egg, burger, bacon, etx (see pic above).