My husband and I loved these. I used a bit less onion and mint, and Panko bread crumbs (all I had in the house). I didn't have roasted peppers, so I used a pepper-eggplant-garlic spread from Trader Joe's. Delicious. I'm serving them again tonight for guests.
Greek-Flavored Turkey Burgers
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marismom Posted: 08/08/09
mikel1982 Posted: 04/26/09
these were absolutely delicious! so easy to make (and freeze the extras). we cooked them on the grill instead of in a pan, and had to carefully flip to keep them together. might try adding the egg yolk next time for the extra stickiness.
LandTuna Posted: 06/24/09
My family loves these burgers, they are easy and delicious and I serve them on a regular basis. The only thing I do differently is add a little bit more lemon juice as I think they taste better that way. Very light but fullfilling. I usually serve them with some pita bread, hummus and baby spinach leaves and some roasted sweet potatoes.
emac88 Posted: 09/03/09
i was very pleased with this recipe and would definitely make it again. it was full of flavor. i don't like feta so i substituted mozzarella and used about half the onions the recipe called for. i also made pesto and topped the burgers with it. it hit the spot!
dannyjoe1964 Posted: 04/27/10
I will make this dish again, it was delicious.
Concordian Posted: 10/20/10
Very nice recipe. Next time I'll try cutting down on the mint a little.
chrisnlia Posted: 07/20/11
I love these! Quick and easy to make. I have changed it up at times and made them into meatballs instead of the patties, as I've also had a hard time keeping them together. When I do that I make a cucumber/dill/feta/sour cream sauce that complements it very well.
nverbeke Posted: 04/08/13
Loved this recipe! I didn't use quite as much mint, and I would cut down on the onion when I make it again. But the burger patties were so fresh (with the mint) and so moist, just perfect!