Feta Cheese, Spinach, and Sun-Dried Tomatoes are a timeless combination.
And to be honest, I could eat them in everything from omelets and salads, to putting them in casseroles and burgers.
Or in this case, an awesome THM:S Chicken Burger!
Now, I have to get something out of the way:
I truly believe that the best burgers should have a thick slice of onion, a juicy tomato slice, bacon, and cheese. However, these burgers break the mold. They’re lean but not dry, moist but not fatty – and they truly don’t need any bacon. They pack enough flavor all on their own.
Best of all, they only need 6 ingredients!
Each burger packs a punch of protein, tons of flavor from the feta cheese, and a nice little tang from the tomatoes. They reheat well, freeze well, and of course taste delicious served fresh!
I had mine on 2, one-quarter section of Joseph’s Lavash, with a slick slick of tomato and some avocado – it was pretty awesome!
Usually, when I make these, I make a double or triple batch, cook up 4-6 of these burgers, and then freeze the rest of the patties in between wax paper to save time later. If you choose to do this, just make sure to freeze each burger individually, then place wax paper squares between each burger, and try to get as much air out of the freezer bag as you can to prevent freezer burn.
I literally throw all the ingredients into my kitchen aid.
Mix them thoroughly.
Then, shape into patties!
Cook in coconut oil, with a grinder of pepper and salt on each side, about 4 minutes cook time on each side.!
- 1 pound 93% Ground Chicken
- ¼ cup Almond Flour
- 6 oz Feta Cheese
- 3 Sun-Dried Tomatoes
- ¼ cup finely chopped Spinach
- Coconut Oil, for cooking
- Salt & Pepper, for use while cooking
- With a mixer, combine the chicken, almond flour, feta cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, and chopped spinach until well combined.
- Shape into 4 patties, lightly salting and peppering each side.
- In a skillet, melt enough coconut oil to cover the bottom. Cook each burger for approximately 4 minutes on each side. Serve while warm either by itself, or in a Joseph's Pita.
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