Friday, July 05, 2013

How To Make Breaded Chicken Burger


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Chicken burger!! Yes!! homemade breaded chicken burger!!. I am going to show you how to make breaded chicken step by step....right from grounding the chicken to making it into a pattie and assembling this awesome burger. So very healthy and so very homemade...perfect for kids and you!!

I am a cilantro girl...I love cilantro to bits...I love the flavor, and love the fact that it takes an Indian curry to the next level if garnished with it ...well atleast to me....I freak out if I ran out of it, so I stock it up....religiously...funny? eh? okay...you got the point, I am using cilantro in this yummy burger...because iceberg lettuce or salad lettuce as it is commonly known here is expensive....and to me the pauper alternative is cilantro.....okay you choose, cilantro or iceberg lettuce!!

This burger was born because of my kids obsession with chicken burger, that too ground breaded chicken burger....my kids cannot tolerate store bought fast food....and they loved me, bribed me, hugged me, irritated me, and nagged me to make a homemade version...and they won!


Only after I made this; it dawned to me that it is so easy and quick....homemade and healthy too...so just follow my directions and get cooking.

Tip: With this chicken I got 2 large patties and 12-14 nuggets.
Author: Nisa Homey.
Ingredients:
To mince: 
Chicken: 300 gms.
Garlic: 7-8 cloves.
Worcestershire sauce: 1 tsp.
Pepper powder: 11/2 tsp.
Shallots: 6.
Turmeric: 1/2 tsp, I added purely for its health benefits; you can skip it if you do not like it.
Egg: 1.
Bread slices: 2, crumbled.
Salt: 1 tsp or as needed.

For the crumb coating:
Panko or homemade breadcrumbs: 1 packet.
Cornflour: 1/2 cup.
Egg: 1, beaten.
Pepper powder: 1 tsp.(this is just to season the breadcrumbs).

To assemble:
1 bun.
1 tsp butter.
1 cheese slice.
1 slice onion.
1 tsp mayonnaise.
1 tsp tomato sauce.
Few cilantro or one iceberg lettuce or 1 baby spinach.

Method:
Put the chicken, garlic, cloves, pepper, shallots, salt, and Worcestershire sauce in the food processor


And pulse for a few minutes or until the chicken is grounded.


Crumble two slices of bread in a small dry grinder and pulse to get breadcrumbs or use 1/4 panko breadcrumbs. Do read this post on breadcrumbs.


Transfer the chicken into a large bowl, add the breadcrumbs and the egg.


I added 1/2 tsp turmeric powder....omit if you do not prefer it.


Knead everything together with hand; make large ball.


Flatten with both hands into a pattie. I made two patties one for the princess and one for the prince :)


The rest, I shaped into nuggets to freeze. Here we go, ready to bread up the patties.  Starting left; flour, breadcrumbs with pepper, beaten egg, and container to store/freeze them......center; two patties and the rest.        


Dip the chicken into flour.


Then into the beaten egg.


Then into the breadcrumbs; if you want a really thick crumb coat you should again dip into egg then into breadcrumbs...but I didnt do it.


I did the same with the nugget shaped ones......I freezed them for later use :)


Meanwhile, cut the buns into half. Heat a pan...add butter, simmer the fire and toast the buns...oh! pls dont skip the butter...it is a must.

You can cook the chicken patties in two ways;
Shallow fry...


Or deep fry..



Ready to assemble!! spread a tsp of mayo on the toasted bun, then spread a tsp of tomato sauce.

Place the hot sizzling chicken patties, then the cheese slice (it will start to melt because of the heat of the pattie and the bun), top with onion slice, cilantro...cover with the other half of bun.


Yay, you have just made the best homemade breaded chicken burger. Serve immediately.


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17 comments:

  1. Great recipe with step by step instruction. I love chicken burgers but have never made my own before. I'm going to get hubby who's the cook in the family to try this for me. :)

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    1. Hey, thanks for stopping by...hope you will enjoy it :)

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  2. wow This is definitely a must-have for us. The burger looks droolworthy, Nisa.

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    1. Oh Angie, thank you for the lovely comment..

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  3. Hey thnks Nisa for this gorgeous pictorial & ofcourse the recipe....ur pics hv motivated me enough to chuck my every weekend McD....;)....poor McD, all I feel is pity for u....:)

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    1. Hey, thanks for stopping by....now you are really making me smile ha!

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  4. That's simple and easy to make. Looks so inviting. I would like to have a bite of it. Book marked...Iam going to make this next time i buy chicken. Thanks for sharing...

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  5. Love this burger . It looks very simple with ur step wise pics

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  6. Oh yummy! Stopping by from the Friday Flair link party! Would love to have you also link this up at the Ladies Only Blog Share Link Party. Our theme is Red, White & BBQ! :)

    http://mommifried.com/ladies-only-blog-share-link-party-red-white-bbq/

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  7. This looks delicious, Nisa! I love subbing a regular burger with chicken or turkey. It's so much healthier! Pinning and sharing this on social media. Thanks so much for sharing at Marvelous Mondays!

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  8. Hi Nisa! Just stopping by to let you know that I will be featuring this at tomorrow's Marvelous Mondays party!

    Julie @ This Gal Cooks

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  9. Nisa, I just found this recipe on my taste, and followed it to your site.. Its so well explained with the clearest pics, and a great recipe.. I love it.. im sure my kids will too, Thankyou for such a great recipe.. I love cilantro too:)and in the winter time we have so much iceberg lettuce, because my dad has farmers growing it on his land...:) Sorry if this got kind of long lol...

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  10. Hi Nisa, did you use boneless skinless chicken breast to ground up?

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    1. Yes, I used boneless chicken....hope this helps :)

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