Burger with Feta-Yogurt Sauce and Mint

We’ve started a pot herb garden with mint, basil and cilantro. So far, the mint has been going gangbusters, so there’s an abundance of fresh mint for recipes. Googling around for a good way to use mint in a main dish led me to this recipe from the Miami Herold. It was a nice change from standard burger, but very easy to make. We made some bread to serve it on and served with sweet potato fries.

Burger with Feta-Yogurt Sauce and MintBurger with Yogurt-Feta Sauce and Mint

Adapted from Linda Bladholm’s A Fork on the Road (reprinted here)

  • 1.5 lbs ground beef
  •  8 slices good bread
  • 1/2 c plain Greek yogurt
  • 4 oz crumbled feta
  • 1 Tomato sliced
  • Fresh mint leaves

Form beef into patties, season with salt and pepper if desired. Cook on bbq grill.

While burgers are cooking, mix yogurt and feta. Toast or grill the bread.

Assemble burger with a dollop of sauce, slice of tomato and fresh mint leaves.

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