Spinach Feta Turkey Burgers

Spinach Feta Turkey Burgers with fresh spinach, salty crumbled feta cheese and a super tender turkey patty topped with lemony greek yogurt.

Spinach Feta Turkey Burgers with fresh spinach, salty crumbled feta cheese and a super tender turkey patty topped with lemony greek yogurt.Spinach Feta Turkey Burgers are a flavorful non beef option for burger night! With minced garlic and deliciously salty, briny cumbled feta cheese this dish is worthy of your bbq as well as lunch and dinner all through the fall! Take advantage of all the ground turkey deals and make these burgers!

Turkey burgers are a difficult sandwich idea to sell usually because most people see a bun and want a beef burger. In addition to that ground turkey is incredibly lean (which usually means DRY and lacking in flavor) so people tend to shy away from it.

Crazy flavorful, moist and tender Spinach Feta Turkey Burgers.

These Spinach Feta Turkey Burgers are the complete opposite of what you’ve thought of turkey burgers. The spinach and onions add moisture. The garlic and oregano and feta add a ton of flavor. With a lemony greek yogurt spread this burger will win over die hard burger fans.

And if you want to cut the calories even more, you can serve these burgers in lettuce cups or over a salad. The flavors are bright and fresh.

Looking for more burger recipes?

or maybe you want more turkey recipes? It is the season after all!

Spinach Feta Turkey Burgers are perfect for the Fall season with all the flavor and low on calories! Save room for your holiday desserts!

Some tips for these delicious Spinach Feta Turkey Burgers:

  • Can I use frozen spinach: Yes, I used fresh but you can use frozen. Defrost it well and squeeze out as much liquid as possible.
  • Is is necessary to grate the onions: YES, this adds a TON of moisture, and if you mince it the onions won’t break down and you’ll taste them in every bite.
  • Can I make these ahead: Yes, form the patties and freeze ahead of time if you’d like, but I’d caution to use frozen spinach if doing that.
  • You can also form these into delicious Spinach Feta Turkey Meatballs or kebabs and serve with either pasta or pilaf.
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Spinach Feta Turkey Burgers
Spinach Feta Turkey Burgers with fresh spinach, salty crumbled feta cheese.
Recipe type: Sandwich
Cuisine: Greek
Serves: 4 servings
  • 1 cup fresh spinach, chopped
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • ½ yellow onion, grated
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • ½ teaspoon Kosher salt
  • ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
  • ¼ pound feta crumbles
  • 1 pound ground turkey
  • 4 hamburger buns
  • green leaf lettuce
  • 1 tomato, sliced
  • ½ cup Greek yogurt
  • ½ lemon, juiced
  • ¼ teaspoon kosher salt
  • 2 pinches ground black pepper
  1. Mix the spinach, garlic, oregano, salt, pepper, feta and turkey together in a bowl until just combined.
  2. Shape into 4 patties, 1-inch thick.
  3. Heat a heavy skillet or cast iron skillet on pan to medium-high.
  4. Add the patties and cook for 4-5 minutes on each side. Do not keep flipping them over.
  5. Toast the hamburger buns lightly.
  6. Mix the yogurt, lemon, salt and pepper in a bowl and add to the buns.
  7. Top with lettuce, onion and the turkey patty.

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Sabrina Snyder

Dinner, then Dessert is a collection of recipes I’ve created from 8 years of cooking for clients as a private chef, for family (including babies and now a toddler) and friends. As a private chef I cook for client’s everyday meals as well as dinner parties and cooking classes. The blog is a mix of sinful treats and easy meals everyone will enjoy with a short and manageable list of ingredients.

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  1. I tried this recipe and followed the instructions precisely but the burgers completely fell apart while cooking. I still tried to use them as patties on a bun but they were too crumbly. They also turned out to be pretty dry even with the yogurt sauce. Not sure where I went wrong.

  2. My boyfriend and I made these and I was really nervous they would fall apart or be really bland. Turned out to be really great! We used a small grill that compressed them as they cooked so they didn’t fall apart.

  3. I tried these, and they were really good. They did not fall apart. They were also very moist. I used frozen spinach. I used my grill pan and let them cook about 5 minutes per side.

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