Food · Meaty Main Dishes

Greek Burgers just in time for Father’s Day

Sometimes instead of eating out for special occasions, I like to celebrate by making a meal at home. It feels less rushed. We get to visit more. We avoids crowds.  Then when I think of dads, I think they typically like meat. At least the dad’s I know do. So how about make a Greek burger for dad this weekend in honor of Father’s Day?

I made these by pan frying, but grilling out would be fun too. We served them on ciabatta rolls because that’s what we hand in the pantry. I realize ciabatta bread doesn’t immediately bring Greek images to mind, but how about a regular hamburger bun or pita bread? This burger does not disappoint.

Greek Burgers

For the patties:

1 lb ground beef

1/2 cup chopped red peppers

1/2 cup feta cheese crumbles

1 Tbsp chopped fresh dill

1 Tbsp McCormick Mediterranean Herb Seasoning

1/2 tsp each salt and pepper

For the toppings: Any combo of  Tzatziki Sauce, sliced cucumber, tomatoes, and red onion.

Mix all of the ingredients for the patties together in a medium bowl. Divide the meat into four equal portions and form patties.

Heat a non-stick skillet over medium heat. Add the patties until cooked through, about 7 minutes on each side.

Serve on bread and use ingredients listed for toppings to finish.


Greek Burger Collage

16 thoughts on “Greek Burgers just in time for Father’s Day

  1. Yes please! Love the feta cooked right in and you are using your tzatziki sauce too. Very cool. Looks and sounds fantastic! Would be great with ground lamb too I bet.

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  2. God these look so good……
    I am a super big fan of using dill with beef, by the way. have you ever tried just garlic and dill and brushed on olive oil for a steak marinade? It’s great.


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