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Friday, 23 November 2012

Turkey Feta Burger

By: Susan Fedor and Miriam Borys
Servings: 6
400 g turkey thigh meat (ground)
300 g turkey breast meat (ground)
¾ cup goat feta cheese
1 cup fresh spinach – chopped up
½ cup fresh basil – loose packed
½  tbsp. Szechuan sauce (or sauce of choice)
1 tsp. hot sauce
Salt & pepper
1 T coconut oil
3 T olive oil
Dice spinach into small pieces. Break up feta cheese into small chunks as well.
Add all ingredients (except the oils - these are for frying your burgers) to a large mixing bowl. Mix well by hand until all is combined.
Divide the turkey meat into 6 portions and form into patties. Hold in cooler until you are ready to cook.
In a hot pan on medium heat, add oils and fry turkey burgers until the internal temperature is 165 degrees. This takes a good 6 minutes. You can tell when the meat is done when you press down and the meat doesn’t give. Try not to overcook or the burgers will dry out.
Place hot turkey burger on a bun with all your favorite condiments or on top of a fresh tomato salad. Thanks Susan for this great idea for a cold November night.

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