Chicken "Gyro" Burgers

I call these gyro burgers because I used a recipe for beef gyro burgers as the inspiration to create this version. These are in no way authentic Greek food, however, they are absolutely delicious!

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30mins
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  • 1.) Place ground chicken in a bowl, along with the garlic, onion, Italian seasoning, 1 TBSP olive oil and lemon juice.
  • 2.) Here, I mix everything up with my hands, and form this mixture into 4 patties. You can feel free to mix with a spoon if you prefer before forming them into patties by hand.
  • 3.) Place a small amount (about 1-2 TBSP) of olive oil in a frying pan. Once the pan is hot, place patties into the pan (I suggest using a larger frying pan if doing them all at once, so they're not touching too much during cooking).
  • 4.) Keep a close eye on these and flip as needed, as they will cook quickly.
  • 5.) While these patties are cooking, warm the pitas in the oven or microwave. Once warmed, spread a small amount of dill dip (or your condiment of choice) on the pita.
  • 6.) Once the patties are cooked, place a patty on one side of each pita, and top patties with a slice of tomato and lettuce. Close the pita together, making a "roll" of sorts for your chicken burger.
  • 7.) Enjoy!
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"I call these gyro burgers because I used a recipe for beef gyro burgers as the inspiration to create this version. These are in no way authentic Greek food, however, they are absolutely delicious!"
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  1. mommyoffour
    I had some dill dip to use up and went on the hunt for recipes to use. I found your recipe and knew my family would love them. I was right. These little beauties were flavorful and delicious. We loved them. I plan on making the dip now just for this recipe. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe with us.
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  2. Dessertyummy
    I call these gyro burgers because I used a recipe for beef gyro burgers as the inspiration to create this version. These are in no way authentic Greek food, however, they are absolutely delicious!
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