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Greek Bison Burgers

March/April 2009

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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.



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Greek Bison Burgers Recipe

6 Reviews for Greek Bison Burgers

05/12/2014
Anonymous
Great with grass-fed beef, too.

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.

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09/03/2010
Anonymous

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.
Thank you for this Recipe!
Melisa

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08/27/2010
Anonymous

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.

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08/10/2010
Anonymous

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.

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06/24/2010
Anonymous

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.

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