Feb
25
2010

Feta Sun-Dried Tomato Turkey Burger Sliders

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Appetizers and Sides

Good Thursday to you!  The week is flying isn’t it?  I didn’t plan on sharing this recipe, and certainly didn’t plan on photographing it, but after having these babies for lunch with my hubby, I knew I had to snap some pictures and share it with you!

A few years ago when I was enjoying cooking competitions, I competed in the Build A Better Burger Competition.   Ever since that event, I have been in love with making fun burgers of all kinds.  The burger I competed with in 2004 actually had feta and sun dried tomatoes in it, which is one of my favorite combinations now!

This turkey burger has minimal ingredients with massive flavor.  My husband was all compliments while inhaling his sliders, and he has no problem telling me his honest opinion!  I found these adorable mini hamburger buns at Trader Joes and seriously love them!  I mean, they really are cute and are the exact shape of regular hamburger buns.  Of course you can always use dinner rolls if you can’t seem to find this product :)

Hope you all enjoy my little sliders.

Here they are, mini hamburger buns.  Maybe I’ve missed them in the past, but I don’t remember seeing these at Trader Joe’s before.   Glad they have them.

I cooked these burgers right on the stove top in a large skillet.  Was just too lazy to fire up the grill.  By all means, grill them if you’d rather.

If you are a feta fan, beware…you could quite possibly eat many of these :)

Feta Sun-Dried Tomato Turkey Burger Sliders

2 Tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

1 lb ground turkey

1/2 Cup crumbled feta cheese

1/4 Cup sun-dried tomatoes, jarred in olive oil

1/2 Cup fresh baby spinach leaves, chopped

Pinch of Kosher salt, fresh cracked pepper and Lawry’s Garlic Salt with Parsley

Sun-Dried Tomato Mayonnaise

1 Cup mayonnaise

2 Tablespoons sun-dried tomatoes, packed in olive oil, drained

Baby hamburger buns or dinner rolls, split and warmed

2 Cups fresh baby spinach leaves

1.  Heat oil into a large skillet over medium heat.  Place turkey, feta, sun dried tomato, spinach and seasonings into a mixing bowl.  Mix until just combined.  Form 1/4 Cup little patty’s and place onto a cookie sheet.  Once all are formed, place batches in hot skillet.  Cook for 3-4 minutes per side or until golden brown and cooked through.

2.  Place mayonnaise and tomatoes into a bowl; mix to combine.  Spread over insides of warm rolls.  Layer bottom roll with spinach and the burger.  Close with top roll and eat :)

Makes about 12 little sliders

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Have a great weekend!!  See you all soon :)


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  1. 51
    Erin A. says:

    Made these last night and OMG they were soooo delicious! I made these and my own creation…Cheese Stuffed Bacon Turkey Burger Sliders…Posting them tomorrow on my blog! Served Baked Sweet Potato Fries with garlic, fresh rosemary, salt, olive oil and so on with them. (also posted on my blog) SO GOOD!!!! Thank you for the recipe and the inspiration!

  2. 52
    Maria says:

    These are soooooo yummy!

  3. 53
    Erin A. says:

    These were SO good. I made them earlier this week and they were scrumptious! I plan to feature them on my blog and link to you if that’s alright. I also made my own version that night, cheese stuffed, turkey burger sliders with bacon and avocado dressing/spread. Posted that this morning on the blog, so I plan to do yours on another day so it gets equal “face time”!

    Delicious. Thanks for the recipe and the inspiration!

  4. 54
    Steph says:

    Hmmmm, could turkey mince be subsituted with chicken mince or beef mince. It’s difficult to get turkey mince in Australia. Thanks!

  5. 55
    honeydew72 says:

    I have made them twice now and they are DELICIOUS!!!! To cut a little calories I used reduced fat feta and made sure I had ground turkey breast and they were very moist and wonderful morsels of goodness!! The nearest Trader Joe’s is an hour and a half away, so I used whole wheat dinner rolls once and Hawaiian bread dinner rolls…yummy! Thank you for this tasty recipe!

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  8. 58
    carrie says:

    I wonder how these would turn out as regular sized burgers. We have about a lb of ground turkey ready to use…and this sounds AWESOME, I think I am going to try this!

    (my friend linked me to your oreo-stuffed chocolate cookie recipe and now I can’t stop bookmarking your other recipes. It all sounds so good!!)

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    Adrienne K says:

    Loved this recipe, thank you! I adapted it a bit – I added basil, about equal to the spinach- and added a basil leaf to the buns, too. My husband and three boys (7, 10 & 13,) gobbled them down! Thanks again!

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    DesertPA says:

    Could you subsitute basil for spinach? if so what ammounts

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    Vaish P. says:

    Hey!
    I just wanted to let you know that I’m a huge fan of your blog! I recreated these burgers and made a post on my blog about them. You can find it here: http://www.diyculinaryschool.com/2012/04/sundried-tomato-and-feta-turkey-burgers.html.
    It’d be awesome if you had any tips or advice to make these better!

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