Curry Turkey Burgers stuffed with Feta and Spinach (and some potatoes on the side)

Hello Gnashers,

So I know it’s been a couple of days since I’ve updated. I’ve been drafting some ideas and been doing a lot of reading for some future posts. But have no fear, I’ve got something great for you today. Curry Burgers stuffed with feta and spinach served with some baked small potatoes. Some days I just reach for some randoms in the kitchen and this was one of those days. Food is so interactive, I love it! This recipe turned out amazing and I can’t wait to try these on the grill!

For the Burgers: 

Combine and Mix Ingredients

1lb or so Ground Turkey

1 Tbsp. Parsley (fresh is always better but work with what you got!)

1/2 Tbsp. Worchestershire Sauce

1/2 Tbsp. Curry Powder

Kosher salt and pepper to your liking.

2/3 c. Feta Cheese (the feta that is in brine, not pre crumbled, it has so much more flavor)

1 c. Spinach, roughly chopped

Sprinkle of dill

Mix Feta and Spinach together for easier stuffing!

Mix Feta and Spinach together for easier stuffing!

In your meat bowl, mix together the turkey, curry powder, worchestershire. parsley. salt and pepper.

In another small bowl combine feta, chopped spinach and dill. Just a light mixing of these makes stuffing the burgers so much easier .

Take the mixed meat and form patties. I form about half of the burger in my hand, thumb a little hole, and stuff the feta mixture in there. Once that’s stuffed I grab a little more meat mixture and seal that stuffing up. (Remember  the spinach will cook down).

It’s best to pre-stuff the burgers and stick them in the fridge for atleast 30 minutes and up to 2 hours. This time in the fridge allows for the meat to absorb the curry flavor.

Place formed patties in the fridge for 30 minutes!

I cooked my burgers in a stainless steal pan to allow for some browning. These would also be great on the grill of course! And if need be the broiler setting on your oven will work too. I flipped these about every 5 minutes for 20 minutes or so. For a faster cook time and to keep the moisture I suggest you cover them when cooking in a pan.

For the Potatoes: 

Potatoes in Baking dish.

One bag of mixed small potatoes (including red, purple, and gold)

1/2 Yellow onion, sliced into rings

1/2 lemon’s worth of juice

1 tbsp. Olive Oil

Dill, Parsley, Salt, and Pepper to taste.

Put ingredients in baking pan, toss together and bake in oven at 360 for 45-60 minutes. (time varies based on oven and size of potatoes)

The Final Product with some mixed greens on the side.

The final product makes for a great spring/summer meal and would even be great for lunch.  Add a little tossed salad to your plate and you’ve got a great balanced meal.

Happy Gnashing!

-Michelle

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7 Comments to “Curry Turkey Burgers stuffed with Feta and Spinach (and some potatoes on the side)”

  1. I love to make Turkey burgers and I usually make them with the Lipton Onion soup mix. But this curry recipe for the turkey burgers sounds wonderful as well. Very nice post.

  2. Oh that picture of the feta made me go mmmm!

  3. god damn, that was a great recipe.

  4. Your stuffed turkey burgers looked so delicious! Though I may substitute goat cheese for the feta since that’s what I have on hand right now. Thanks for commenting on my blog. I’ve added yours to my Google Reader and look forward to reading your future posts!

  5. That sounds so good Michelle!

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