A healthy take on burger night, these spinach and feta turkey burgers are made with lean meat and loaded with flavor!
Last week I mentioned that we had spinach and feta turkey burgers for dinner and a couple of you wanted to know where I got them or how to make them. Well, your wish is my command because I’m sharing the recipe today.
After being Pescatarian for numerous years, cooking meat still feels very new to me so I have been doing a little experimenting lately (mainly with chicken and turkey). My first success was the Thai Curry Chicken recipe that I posted a while back. It’s just a simple seasoning but it’s so flavorful and tastes delicious. If you haven’t checked it out, definitely do so. It’s a household favorite.
And then last week these turkey burgers were a hit so I feel like I’m slowly but surely learning the ins and outs of cooking with meat.
So these turkey burgers… they’re fast and ridiculously easy. All you have to do is mix up the ingredients, form the patties and toss them on the grill (or on the stovetop). Not sure if it’s grilling weather where you are yet, but we’re grilling fanatics so if it’s over 50° out, we’re firing up the grill!
All you need is a handful of ingredients and you’ve got yourself a lean and tasty turkey burgers stuffed with spinach and feta. They have a hint of Mediterranean flavor which you can totally play up with the toppings — maybe a few olives and a spread of hummus? Sounds delightful to me.
For this batch, we went the traditional route — lettuce, onion, ketchup and mustard. I would have…