Grilled Spinach Feta Burgers
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Grill: 15 min.
I've been using a similar version of this recipe for quite a while. I use ground turkey and onions. My husband has his regular burger and I have the Greek turkey burger.
This recipe is very good, and easy to make. My husband, not a fan of spinach, even liked it! I omitted the salt, but the Greek seasoning was perfect. We'll be making this again very soon.
Just tried these for the first time and I think I will never make another kind of burger again! Prepared the paddies in the early afternoon and kept them in the refrigerator until BBQ time so I could enjoy the day with the family. Not a burger was left ... everyone raved about them. One word - delicious!!!
I almost passed by this recipe for 8 until I saw the "freezer option." I did make only half the recipe, freezing two for another day. The two that I cooked just for myself were outstanding, and I feel sure the frozen ones will be also. I don't have a grill , so I cooked them under the broiler in the oven. Ta-DAH! Success! I don't think I will make anther burger without adding spinach and feta!
Baby spinach was not available the day I went shopping for the ingredients for this dish so I used baby kale. I personally think spinach would be the better ingredient because the baby kale was a bit chewy. That being said, the "mixture" is absolutely delicious. Because of the salty feta, I omitted the salt listed. I had pre-formed 93% burgers and didn't want to mush them up to mix in the feta mixture so I served it warm on top of the finished burger. I also skipped the rolls and served them with Crispy Smashed Herbed Potatoes. Dinner was great!!! When I purchase loose burger meat, I would definitely mix in the filling. I could see making meatballs and even a meatloaf with this recipe. A KEEPER!!!