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Yummy, they were quite good.

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Fairy Godmother August 12, 2008

These are very good and have a great flavor. I also used less feta and there was still plenty. My only problem was that were a little dry. We used moist toppings and that helped a lot.

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CaliforniaJan July 25, 2008

Nice recipe Mille! I'm not a huge turkey burger fan, but both DH and I agree that this recipe will make quite a few appearances on our grill this season. I too cut down on olives (just under 2 ounces) and on feta (about 2 ounces was more than plenty)...in fact I'm not sure the burgers would have held together if I'd used the whole 8 oz! Quick, tasty, healthy...can't ask for much more.

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Houseblend May 15, 2008

These were very good! I used burgudny olives for this and about half the feta as someone suggested. Having never had turkey burgers before, we were not disappointed that these were our intro to them. I served mine on a bun with some caesar dressing and lettuce. The only gripe we had were that they were a bit on the dry side.

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CulinaryExplorer May 12, 2008

I used ground beef. I cut the feta in half and added lots of black olives along with 1 T. Greek seasoning. They turned out really well and we really enjoyed them. I made 4 smaller burgers and then grilled about 3 minutes on each side. Cooked to med. just like we like them.

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JustMeMelMel May 08, 2008

These were very good in flavor but way too much feta for the recipe. I had a 1 pound + 3 ounce amount of ground turkey, but still it was too much feta for the consistancy. I recommend cutting it in half, I think this would be plenty. The flavor was great & my BH added sundried tomatoes to his, liked it, still too much cheese for him as well. We'll be doing this one again with modifications, still like the flavors.

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CabinKat May 03, 2008

Awwwwwwesome! I did it a little differently... added some crushed garlic, bottled lemon juice and a few dashes of some greek spices I had on hand. Grilled 'em on the barbie for the given time (a bit longer cause I'm paranoid and they were really thick). They really seemed to be falling apart and sticking when I first tried flipping them, but after they cooked a little they started staying together better. I think next time I'll put some non-stick foil over the BBQ grate just so they don't stick so bad, and aren't so hard to flip. Topped them with a big dollop of tzaziki and ate them on crusty kaiser buns. Yummy! I'll definitely make these again!

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Cookin'Mandi April 16, 2008

Sometimes the simplest recipes are the best! The recipe called for “olives,� I used calamata and grilled them indoors. They were absolutely wonderful!!!!

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Doc's Mom March 15, 2007

This recipe really adds a nice punch to ground turkey and the flavors all compliment one another. I added a half of a freshly squeezed lemon as well to the mix. Grilled them over high heat until seared and then flipped them, lowered the temp and shut the grill lid. I also melted some pepper jack cheese over the top at the end. Thank you Millie!

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Namaste022 February 27, 2007

Great on the grill or on the Foreman girll. Exceptional taste great mix of ingredients. Very easy and well worth it for turkey burger lovers ..

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nd66reed February 14, 2007
Barbecue Feta Turkey Burgers