4 Reviews

I made these tonight for hubby & I. Wonderful flavor! I have to say upfront, I'm not a big fan of Feta... but being mixed into the burger it brought out a new flavor for hamburgers. I did not have fresh parsley, so I used 1/2 teaspoon of dried. I also used pre-packaged salad mix containing spinach. Stupid me... before even tasting it, we melted some cheddar slices on them (sorry, force of habit)... next time I will not :) I toasted some pretzel buns on the flame of my stovetop (pretzel buns are cheap at Aldi's), and added some pre-cooked bacon (Oscar Mayer) to them. (I did not make the Cucumber Sauce... but maybe next time. I just used my mustard & mayo dressing). This turned out to be one of the best pan-fried burgers I've had (I normally pan fry or oven bake, and hubby does the grill). Thanks for a new take on a burger. (Made for ZWT9)

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rosie316 July 26, 2013

I doubled the recipe and cooked these in my convection oven using the burger mode instead of pan frying (less mess) :) Excellent burger. :) For ZWT9

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Random Rachel July 26, 2013

liked this burger alot 2 things i did different toasted bun 1st lightly buttered and griddled until browned and i added a dash of oregano cause my fav sand is gyro loved the spinach easy zwt9

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Dienia B. July 17, 2013

Awesome burger, I loved the flavour! With the feta in it, there is no need for salt, and the burger is spicy and juicy, not dry at all. Made it with gluten free bun and my own sheep yoghurt tzatziki.<br/>Thanks for leaving us this yummy burger recipe, dear Pammy :)<br/>Made for the Cookathon in memory of Pam November 2013.

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Mia in Germany November 10, 2013
Greek Feta Burgers