Recipe by Morningstar Farms®
"The fresh flavors of a great Greek salad gone veggie burger."
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50% less fat feta cheese
low-fat plain yogurt or low-fat plain Greek yogurt
bottled minced garlic
Morningstar Farms® Grillers® Original
whole wheat or multi-grain hamburger bun
2 thin slices
1 thin slice
1 1/2 teaspoons
I love this recipe, but I find it works better in a Pita pocket instead of on a bun
We only used the recipe for the sauce (using greek yogurt). We put it on grilled chicken sandwiches. It was ok-would have been much better with the cucumber slices, but we forgot to buy them. Was a little better with some garlic powder.
I did not care for this recipe.
This is so fresh and tasty...a unique take on a traditional burger! I forgot the cucumber, but I put some lettuce and tomato on top and added extra olives into the yogurt. I also toasted the buns with some olive oil @ 400 (F) for about 10 minutes to make sure they wouldn't get soggy. If you have a george forman or just a grill, make sure to grill the burgers to eliminate extra fat and to add more flavor. I grilled on the onions as well, sooo tasty. I think next time I'll use less yogurt though, since these are very messy to eat.
We made these for a bbq at our house and all of our guests loved them. Some thought they wouldn't like them and they were won over after the first taste. Most of them ate 2 burgers! Definitely a hit and so nice to have something different.
Not my taste at all.
This was a delightful topping to the already yummy veggie burger. It gave it that little extra something, which was a nice change from ketchup & mustard. I don't know why it suggests a pint of yogurt, I used 10.6 oz and it's going to last me for quite a few burgers...
Excellent taste, but the sauce came out thinner than is really convenient for a burger. I'd recommend cutting the yogurt by about a third. Other than that, these were amazing!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 180
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