Awesome Greek Burger Recipe!

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Who doesn’t love a good burger? With that being said, we here at UEFP thought we could step things up with this awesome Greek burger. Put the mustard and ketchup aside and be ready for this alternative twist to an all-time classic.

The mainstream media is finally starting to catch up on this whole grass fed beef phenomenon. While painted as a bad guy in the 80’s and 90’s, research tells us that a lean beef like ground sirloin or ground round has plenty of tools to help you burn fat and build some muscle. The protein found in beef is a complete protein – meaning that it’s not missing any amino acids (the building blocks of protein) that your muscle will need. Beef also contains a specific type of fat called CLA; which has been shown to help the metabolism use body fat as fuel source.

We could go on and on about the benefits but we don’t want you to get too hungry. Get in the kitchen and be ready to have an awesome treat for your summer barbeques or even the big game!

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Amount Item
 1 pound Grass fed ground sirloin (95% lean)
½ cup Crumbled feta cheese
1 teaspoon Garlic clove, minced
3 tbsp Diced mint
1 tsp Pink sea salt
½ Lemon (wedge)
1 cup No fat Greek yogurt
½ tsp Pink sea salt
1 Roma tomato (sliced)
1 Yellow onion (sliced)
1 cup Spinach leaves
1 Package of organic sprouted buns


Number Step
1 Spray a pan with some coconut oil spray and set it to a medium heat
2 In a large bowl, combine ground sirloin, cheese, mind, salt (tbsp.) , garlic and pepper
3 Divide the mixed beef into six equal size patties and then place on the pan to fry
4 Cook until light brown, around 5 minutes per side
5 While beef is cooking, mix the salt (1/2 tsp) and yogurt together while squeezing the lemon wedge with the yogurt.
6 Remove burgers after 5 minutes per side
7 Spread yogurt on each side of the bun. Combine burger, onion, tomato, and spinach to complete meal. Enjoy!


Nutrition Info (serving size: 1 burger and 1 bun. *Calorie total may change depending on the type of bun you buy. Check the package!)

Fat (g) Carbs (g) Fiber (g) Sugar (g) Protein (g)
9 14 6 2 26.5



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