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  1. Teresa

    These burgers were moist and delicious. Had all the ingredients on hand, plus added a little fish sauce. Only change I made was in the sauce. I made a sauce with yogurt, avocado, lime juice, garlic & cilantro.

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  2. Melissa

    These were great! I do not like cilantro so I substituted with parsley and kept everything else the same. Everyone liked them.

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  3. Holly

    This is in my top 5 favorite recipes of all time. We make it the way the recipe calls for and we also occasionally modify by adding spinach or changing spices. I have shared this recipe with so many friends and they all LOVE IT. Thank you heaps!! Healthy and easy and absolutely delicious. Thank you @ Elise Bauer!!!

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  4. Heather

    I omitted the cayenne, because my kids refuse to eat anything with heat. As some others tried, I made meatballs. I also added 1 t of za’atar. I think next time, I’d add some bread crumbs and 1 egg to bind it all together and cut down on residual moisture after cooking. I absolutely LOVED the yogurt sauce! This recipe was great – the kids loved it – we all loved it!

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  5. Ellen

    Delicious; this is a keeper. Instead of burgers, I spread this into a casserole, just under an inch thick, and baked at 350 for about 20+ minutes until cooked through. It turned out great! Next time I’ll sprinkle some paprika on top for color. I also added the oil to the turkey… no harm done. The sauce is so good; I made it entirely with plain Greek yogurt.

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