Chicken Burgers

  • domsmith

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    Jun 19, 2009 9:02 PM GMT
    Chicken Burgers

    1 kg or 2 lbs Skinless Chicken Breast Mince (get the butcher to mince the chicken breast for you)
    2/3 cup breadcrumbs
    2 eggs
    1 grated white onion
    1 teaspoon chicken seasoning salt or similar (to taste)
    Parsley chopped

    Blend all ingredients with hands. Form into patties and fry in a little olive oil until cooked.

    To make 5 burgers from the recipe, per burger you will get about 50 grams protein, little carbs and only good fats from the olive oil & eggs.
    I make a big batch and the burgers freeze really well.
    Simple recipe, very economical and a good source of high quality protein.
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    Jun 20, 2009 1:04 AM GMT

    If you want fries with that....

    growingbig saidJust tried this recipe and it turned out pretty good. I think the 425 degrees could be lessened since it started burning the smaller pieces but the ones that did turn out tasted great. Here's the recipe:

    BUTTERNUT FRENCH FRIES

    Fat-free, high-fiber, low-calorie French fries? Wow! Just grab a butternut squash, peel it, remove the seeds, and cut it into French fry shapes. Pat dry and sprinkle with kosher salt. Place on a baking sheet sprayed with nonstick spray, and then bake at 425 degrees for about 40 minutes, flipping halfway through, until crispy. TADA! Guilt-free fries with WAY fewer calories than regular ones. Yes!


    Uuugh, leave it to jocks to take the fun out of french fries and hamburgers. Next we'll take the fun out of sex. Uuuugh, yeah, frotting. icon_smile.gif
  • Bunjamon

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    Jun 20, 2009 1:17 AM GMT
    I make burgers like that, but with groud turkey. Yummmm...
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    Jun 20, 2009 3:54 AM GMT
    or if u have a food processor, just put the chicken breast in it..and it grounds it up... gives chicken a different texture.......
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    Jun 21, 2009 9:11 PM GMT
    Pain in the ass, and I haven't washed the food processor yet. But the partner pitched in and we made it a quality-time experience.

    Delicious.

    I got 7 large patties. Joe thinks they should be smaller, so I'd probably end up with 10 patties. Could halve the recipe, but then I'd have to wash the food processor for half the burgers. Maybe I'll double the recipe.
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    Jun 21, 2009 11:51 PM GMT
    Seconding the food processor. It makes it so much easier.

    Instead of using breadcrumbs, I throw some oats into a coffee grinder (I keep a separate one for coffee and one for spices and oats).
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    Jun 22, 2009 12:01 AM GMT
    truely sounds a good simply recipe, thanks for sharing.
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    Jun 22, 2009 12:02 AM GMT
    MunchingZombie saidSeconding the food processor. It makes it so much easier.

    Instead of using breadcrumbs, I throw some oats into a coffee grinder (I keep a separate one for coffee and one for spices and oats).


    Good idea!!!
  • jhelling

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    Sep 06, 2009 7:14 PM GMT
    I'm going to try making these tomorrow!
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    Sep 06, 2009 7:26 PM GMT
    http://www.realjock.com/domsmith

    I'm definately making the chicken-burgers. I hear they guarantee to transform you into the hunk of a man like domsmith icon_wink.gif
  • jhelling

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    Sep 06, 2009 9:36 PM GMT
    Well, if I can look like that... I'm definitely down! I'll make TWO batches... lol
  • jhelling

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    Sep 08, 2009 2:59 AM GMT
    I just made them and they are delicious. My roommates and I each tried them... THanks!
  • jhelling

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    Sep 21, 2009 3:55 PM GMT
    A spin on this chicken burger...

    I call this a black bean, cilantro turkey burger:

    1 lb Ground Turkey
    1 lb Ground Chicken
    1 bunch chopped cilantro
    1 medium white onion (chopped/grated)
    1-2 teaspoons of chicken seasoning salt

    cook with pam.... the chicken has some fat so it makes it a little juicier than a traditional turkey burger
  • jhelling

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    Sep 21, 2009 3:56 PM GMT
    jhelling saidA spin on this chicken burger...

    I call this a black bean, cilantro turkey burger:

    1 lb Ground Turkey
    1 lb Ground Chicken
    1 bunch chopped cilantro
    1 can of black beans (I used 365 from whole foods)--> mash some with a fork
    1 medium white onion (chopped/grated)
    1-2 teaspoons of chicken seasoning salt

    cook with pam.... the chicken has some fat so it makes it a little juicier than a traditional turkey burger
  • jrs1

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    Sep 21, 2009 4:07 PM GMT

    grade a goodness ... not sure what I like more: a man who can cook or substituting chicken for the beef? either way, good things.
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    Sep 21, 2009 4:10 PM GMT
    Sounds good, I may work this in this week. Thanks for sharing. icon_smile.gif
  • mustangd

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    Sep 21, 2009 4:47 PM GMT
    thanks for sharing, thats an excellent recipe, try it with oven baked sweet potato steak fries sometime, seasoned with cayenne pepper.
  • jhelling

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    Sep 21, 2009 5:10 PM GMT
    Sounds yummy!
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    Sep 25, 2009 6:54 AM GMT
    My favorite food chicken Burger. These chicken burgers are flavorful, fairly simple to make, and quite delicious.Chicken burgers are a low fat alternative to the usual beef burgers and these garlic and herb chicken burgers are packed with flavor too.

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    Sep 25, 2009 9:52 AM GMT
    Grinding the chicken is messy, and if you're not careful, can lead to a case of salmonella that you will share with family and friends. I recommend having the butcher grind it for you.