When you tire of the basic burger, this Mediterranean-inspired version is just the ticket. The quick-pickled red onions add dimension and are a great addition to the cucumber, tomato, and feta. To keep with the Greek theme, serve the burgers in warm pita bread, though whole-wheat hamburger buns would work, too.
For tips on grilling the perfect burger, check out the Guide to Grilling.
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For a flavorful and colorful side, serve with Roasted Romanos and Tomatoes with Tapenade.
Delicious! And I grilled them in a grill pan on the stovetop. The quick red onion pickly stuff is great on its own! Even my kids like these burgers!
Absolutely loved these as well, especially the marinated onions (and I'm generally not a huge raw onion fan). Only thing I would change second time around would be to dial back on the paprika a tad.
Loved this as an alternative to the average burger. A keeper!
I've got three boys (15,12 and 10) who enjoy trying new things. I prepared most all of this early in the day and only had to grill the burgers for a quick weeknight meal. Followed the recipe exactly with the exception of adding sprouts to the toppings. They LOVED this recipe (okay, youngest one only used ketchup and mustard as fixings:) and said the recipe was "a keeper". One son especially liked the flavor of the onions.
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