Although this burger doesn’t have to be made with portobello mushrooms, their meatiness adds a nice body to the ground turkey. Feel free to substitute shiitakes, cremini, or even button mushrooms. Caramelized onions also make a great addition.
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Beverage pairing: Ridge Three Valleys Zinfandel, Sonoma. Turkey can pair well with either red or white wines, but in this case the mushrooms and the burger part of the dish push it to the land of juicy reds. A light Zinfandel is a good bet, and Ridge makes one of the best. Bursting with red fruits, earthy flavors, and lots of peppery spice, the wine will make for a succulent refresher after a bite of burger.
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