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August 22, 2012 | 1 minute read

Sliders Go Greek

Great for a party, this week’s Health-e-Recipe for Greek Turkey Sliders offers more than just mini-burgers.

We’ve moistened lean ground turkey, a healthy substitute for red meat, with a lemony marinade made with garlic, oregano and olive oil – classic Greek flavors. Adding spinach and feta cheese into the burgers themselves keeps the Greek theme going.

Along with the garlic and spinach, red onion and tomato add cancer protection. With cucumber and lettuce, you’ve got high water and fiber content from veggies. The contrast of hot burgers and cool veggies in one bite make for a super summer treat.

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