Awesome. I made them with grass-fed beef instead. I also increased the garlic and the cumin and let the patties sit in the fridge for about 4 hours so the flavors could meld. I also topped them with roasted garlic white Cheddar, because why not lol.
Greek Bison Burgers
From EatingWell: March/April 2009
Feta and spinach not only add great flavor to these Greek-inspired burgers, but also provide moisture and texture to lean ground bison. The yogurt sauce is a perfect condiment, with much less fat than regular mayonnaise.
6 Reviews for Greek Bison Burgers
A couple of months ago, I handed the Eating Well Magazine to my 18 year old son and asked him to pick out a recipe he'd be interested in cooking with me. This is the one he chose and we loved them! They were delicious. The next time I had a big family dinner at my house, I could not get ahold of bison that day so I just used beef, but,everyone loved them. Now they are our famous Burgers! My son frequently asks to make them again... and He'll help! Now he and I will be experimenting with different sauces just for fun.
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Fabulous flavor! I chose to skip the bun and served a greek style salad on the side. The yogurt sauce works double-duty as a great dipper for veggies.
A family favorite! I often do not cook spinach ahead of time but chopped fresh baby spinach leafs and add to meat mixture. We have never grilled these burgers, instead we bake at 400* for 20-25 min. turning 1/2 way. When I don't have time to make the yogurt sauce, I just buy a tzatziki sauce but my teenagers just love them with catsup! We love them with baked sweet potato fries.
These were delicious and came together quickly. We started the grill only to realize that we were out of propane and ended up cooking them inside on a griddle- they still turned out awesome. It was a little difficult to form the patties but the feta held together when cooking. Pretty fast, too (though not as fast as they say it was...you have to pre-cook the spinach. Good for leftovers!
Yogurt sauce is definitely going in my permanent file to use on sandwiches.