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Mediterranean Burgers

Summer 2002, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (72 votes)

These high-fiber veggie burgers get added body and a pleasant mild flavor from millet, a nutrition powerhouse. They get their spectacular punch from Olive Ketchup and feta cheese.



READER'S COMMENT:
"the olive ketchup recipe is the link right under the recipe :DDDD ~Ur BFFL Anonymous "
Mediterranean Burgers

8 Reviews for Mediterranean Burgers

05/28/2014
Just a suggestion

I just wanted to say that I have not tried the recipe yet but it sounds like it will be a tasty burger. I just have state that the picture does the recipe a big wrong. To be honest the picture is very UNAPPETIZING.

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06/07/2012
Anonymous

TASTES REALLY GOOD. CAN THESE BURGERS BE FROZEN? BEFORE OR AFTER COOKING?

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05/04/2012
Anonymous
Great way to use millet and tasty

These are really easy and tasty and I been looking for a way to use up millet. I ate them with a home made pesto which made them delicious. I think they do need a punchy sauce but well worth making. I am going to try baking in the oven. Best to chill mixture for an hour or 2 and cook fairly slowly.

Easy to make and most ingredients in pantry
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12/07/2010
Anonymous

the olive ketchup recipe is the link right under the recipe :DDDD

~Ur BFFL Anonymous

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08/06/2010
Anonymous

Not nearly as delicious as I had expected them to be.

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