16 Reviews

Excellant!!!! My husband (who doesn't eat feta or spinach) LOVED it!!!! So did my 6 yr. old (the only one who wasn't impressed was my 3 yr. old). The only change I made was to add a handful of dried breadcrumbs. I topped this with tzatziki and served with roasted veggies. Thank you and God Bless!

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2TSMOM April 30, 2010

Excellent burger! I made as directed using a 20 ounce package of ground turkey breast, it yielded four huge burgers. I used the leftover half of red onion (chopped) and combined it with 3 chopped roma tomatoes and some feta cheese and used it as a yummy topper! I will be making these again. Riff, thanks for posting!

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Richard-NYC June 26, 2009

These were delicious on the BBQ......just added 1/2-3/4 cup breadcrumbs to keep them together....served with Tzatziki sauce with or without a bun

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gnome woman April 23, 2007

My husband says this is the best burger he has ever eaten! I always use extra McCormick seasoning, and it gives it a kick! Don't grill, however, or the turkey gets too dry. You really need to fry in a pan. Enjoy.:)

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macklove21 June 18, 2014

This recipe was a hit. I topped the burgers with Monterey Jack with jalapeno peppers cheese and served on pretzel buns.

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oceansdust June 30, 2012

This is just plain good. I am not a fan of a lot of Rachel Ray's recipes, but I really enjoy this one. These make huge burgers, I can get 5-6 out of this recipe. I use a tzatziki sauce as the topping.

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Londonsbk June 05, 2010

One of my FAVORITE recipes! I've made it at least ten times, and one of those times was with turkey. I just don't think the turkey is anywhere as good as doing it with ground chicken. Perfect with sliced tomatoes, romaine lettuce and red onions on the burgers. SO yummy- even without a bun!

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Nimita Patel March 10, 2009

This recipe was excellent, excellent, excellent!!! The burgers were juicy, tasty. Just perfect! The only thing i did different was add a bit of olive oil to the mixture before cooking. Yum, yum, yum.

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DeidreJane August 01, 2008

I usually love all her recipes- this one not at all. This was honestly the fiest total flop and I can't believe anyone likes this. I really am shocked. The burgers were not that good- greasy from the feta dispite 98% ff turkey & still stuck to the grill pan b/c of the spinich. The dipping sauce was terrible. I made some adjustments after tasting it & it still was not good. All in all, it was not at all worth the time it took- very time consuming & not at all worth it.

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22Dragonlfi January 17, 2008

This was a delightful meal. I used ground turkey breast which can be dry, but that problem was solved by the addition of the spinach and onion which kept the mixture moist. To cut down on the fat, I used low fat feta and skipped the olive oil and butter, choosing instead to microwave the onion and garlic with good results. Thank you Riffraff for sharing the recipe.

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BonnieZ March 22, 2007
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