Turkey Burger Pitas With Avocado & Feta1

Besides that I am mega busy! Reaching fabulous new friends, training at 5am (it must be carried out), and working on my 23 items list I’ve got a couple checked off.
It’s cafe week in DC aswell, which means We finally got to knowledge lobster for the very first time. Baklava too! Finally the entire world makes sense to me.
…I went on a date too. But that is clearly a different story for a different time.
We’re here to focus on Burgers people. Simply great and totally dreamy! I’m simply shopping for you.
You see, I’ve put the baking in hold for just a bit. Bombarding you with high-class cakes and cinnamon rolls may be too soon following the holidays.
No, that’s not right is it? It’s never too soon. These exact things are often good. The smell of delicious chocolate chip cookies is truly a necessity in existence and cinnamon rolls certainly are a cause to wake up in the morning. Wouldn’t you agree?
I’m going to be up in that person with pictures of special cakes and delicious chocolate things made out of love before very long. For the present time, we’re skipping the excess whip cream on your own latte and those marathons of Cupcakes Wars. It’s simply too tempting.
I will however show you my cute new apron with cupcakes on it. See?
Back to the burgers.
Don’t actually pretend you do not love them. You can’t fool me. Come on burger fans! I made these turkey burgers zesty and I made them just for you.
They have got onion, oregano, and a bit of Dijon mustard. Crimson pepper flakes gives it just a little punch. Ka-pow!
Kiss meat burgers goodbye.
Pitas totally help to make these incredible, but adding feta, tomato, and avocado offers you the perfect healthy burger. Spicy nice potato fries were served on the side. Good day.
Your convert! It’s a brilliant simple recipe that anyone can make.
By Monique of Ambitious Kitchen
1/3 cup finely chopped white onion
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1/2 teaspoon ocean salt
1 pound low fat ground turkey
Cooking spray
2 whole wheat pitas, cut in half
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line baking sheet with foil and spray with cooking aerosol.
To help make the burgers combine first 7 substances. Divide mixture into four portions and shape into a 1/2 inch-thick patty. Place your patties on foil, and lightly spray patties with cooking aerosol. Sprinkle some reddish pepper flakes on top of each patty if you want a little spice. Place into oven and bake your burgers for about 20 mins, flipping burgers halfway through.
Remove burgers from oven once done and immediately place into half a pita. Add 1 1/2 tablespoons of feta cheese, tomato slice, and avocado slices.
Serves 4.
Yum, yum, yum. I really like everything in regards to the title of this post – everything. I have a specific affinity for turkey burgers myself – I’ve blogged about several different recipes!
Happy you’re settling directly into DC – Metro is definitely the way to go, especially if you live close enough to a Metro stop. Those folks that reside in the suburbs often have to push just to Reach a Metro. Once you’re on, though, it’s smooth sailing – but avoid Metro Middle and L’Enfant Plaza during rush hour – you’ll feel like a sardine trapped in an underground can!
Hi Elizabeth-
After considering your blog, I actually noticed your from throughout the DC area (sort of). That’s great!
I did get on the incorrect Metro last week and ended up on the Pentagon. It’s a good way to experience the city, correct? That’s what I informed myself anyway.
Turkey burgers are simply just fabulous. I’m truly addicted, and they are very moist. Wish you make!
This appears sooo good! I have been totally MIA from the blog world before month therefore i just swept up on all of your quality recipes- YUM!
Also, therefore excited to see among your goals to be always a yoga instructor!!