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Dec 14, 2011

News: Carl's Jr. - New Santa Fe Turkey Burger

Carl's Jr. expands its line of under-500 calories Charbroiled Turkey Burgers with the new Santa Fe Turkey Burger.

The Santa Fe version clocks in at 490 calories and features a charbroiled Turkey Burger patty, spicy Santa Fe sauce, Pepper-Jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and sliced green chili on a toasted, honey wheat bun.

The suggested price for the Santa Fe Turkey Burger alone is $3.49 with the combo coming in at $5.99.

The burger is available at most Carl’s Jr. locations in California, Colorado, Idaho, and Oregon.

Nutritional Info - Carl's Jr Santa Fe Turkey Burger (277g)
Calories - 490 (from Fat - 200)
Fat - 22g (Saturated Fat - 6g)
Sodium - 1010mg
Carbs - 43g (Sugar - 9g)
Protein - 31g


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6 comments :

  1. Tried eating ground turkey in the shanty years ago and found the taste to be repulsive.

    With ample additions such as condiments, etc. I suppose the ground turkey could be used for "texture" purposes with the condiments, add-ons, etc. conveying the "taste" that allows the meat-like texture of ground turkey to be used in a retail environment.

    The price seems rather high considering that ground turkey accessed at the wholescale level is, I believe, less expensive than ground-up cow.

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  2. Some gripe about my posts BUT... at least I am not a vile, scum spammer!!!

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  3. The funniest thing to me is that they're talking about the country Turkey. Nothing to do with food at all. Then again, neither does Ms. Turkey, but at least she looks good in that bikini with the turkey burgers on it ;)

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  4. You're kidding right? That's a rather high expectation for a fast food sandwich, especially since I doubt most people care if their chili peppers come from New Mexico. I get that it's probably not "authentic", but if it tastes good, just be happy with that.

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  5. Is that authentic NM grown chili? If not it's not a true Santa Fe burger!!

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  6. where is the green chili coming from new mexico i hope

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