Creatively Transforming Food

Greek Turkey Burgers

Incredible flavors meld together for a moist and flavorful bite in these Greek Turkey Burgers ! A condiment may not even be necessary! Toast a bun and bite into it. Yum!! You must try this at your next barbeque! It’s so moist and resonates flavor with each bite.

Simply enough, just chop the fresh spinach and the sun-dried tomatoes. Drop the rest of the  ingredients in the bowl and combine until the additions are equally distributed.


I was able to form this into 7 burgers that were approximately a quarter of a pound each.

These were frozen to take camping and grilled beautifully! Each bite had me shouting,”  Opa!” Yes, it was that type of a celebratory moment!

Unfortunately, I forgot to take a picture of it ” bunned”, so the next time I make these, which should be very soon, I’ll add the final masterpiece. In the meantime, go ahead and try these Greek Turkey Burgers! You won’t be disappointed!

Turkey Burgers

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Serves: 7

For a different take on summertime burgers, try this! Juicy and flavorful. You won't be disappointed!
  • 1¼ pounds of lean ground turkey
  • 1½ c. packed baby spinach, finely chopped
  • 4 oz. feta crumbles
  • ⅓ c. sundried tomatoes(in oil with herbs), finely chopped
  • ½ t. ground pepper
  • 1 T. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  1. Layer ingredients in the order given.
  2. Combine until all ingredients are evenly distributed throughout the meat.
  3. Make 7 patties. Each was about 4.25 ounces.
  4. Grilling method is preferred. If weather doesn't cooperate, use a suitable indoor cooking method.


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