These Greek Turkey Burgers are bursting with flavor as they’re studded with sundried tomatoes and feta cheese, then topped with a cool and creamy tzatziki sauce. I promise they’ll become one of your favorite summer-time (or really anytime) meals!
It’s been awhile since I changed up my turkey burger game, but man I’m so excited that I did! These burgers take all of the Greek flavors that I love and package it in a light and summery lettuce package. Yes, you could serve these with a bun, but I really love how much more noticeable the flavors of the burger and sauce where when I used a lettuce wrap vs a bun. Plus, there’s something so heavy about burger buns (at least in my opinion), and with the hot weather not letting up in Denver, heavy is the exact opposite of what I’m going for right now.
You’ll also notice that I made these using a cast iron skillet so that I could brown and then bake the burgers in the same pan, but you can easily use two different pans or skip this step completely and just grill your burgers.
Since there’s so much going on inside of these burgers flavor-wise, I kept the toppings to a minimum with just the tzatziki sauce and lettuce wrap, but feel free to add extra sundried tomatoes or even avocado on top!
So here’s a toast to a weekend full of Greek turkey burgers and a glass or two of rosé!
Adapted from Budget Bytes
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Hi Kel…I will try these this weekend, just bought some turkey burger.. How are things going in Denver?
Hi Elaine, hope you like them! Things are going great – still really busy but starting to adjust to the new life (and altitude). We miss seeing you guys though – any time you want to come visit we’d love to see you!