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Awesome aroma was driving hubby nuts. Delicious! Mushrooms paired with ground turkey are perfect. Cut mushrooms tiny first then browned. Served as main dish (4 per serving) atop couscous medley. Thanks Jackie for posting. Made for Culinary Quest.

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WiGal August 10, 2014

Dee-licious! Like a previous poster, I also used regular bread crumbs instead of panko and made into patties. Really easy, and excellent instructions. The whole family gave these 2 thumbs up so they go into our regular roster. Thanks for giving me more cooking options!

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evelyn/athens August 08, 2014

Seriously amazing, one of the best things I've eaten in a long time. Made patties and put on a light rye with lettuce. I love the fact that it's half meat and half mushrooms. I sauteed the mushrooms in half butter half olive oil and got a nice brown to them. The cooking method keeps these so moist. I made into 2 different patties, one about 1 inch thick and one about 2 inches, I didn't know how thick to make them to ensure they cooked through. I used the suggested timing and they both came out perfect, so I think there is a fair amount of leeway. Thank you so much, one of my favorite recipes in the Culinary Quest Tour 2014!!

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Mrs Goodall August 08, 2014

WOW! This is a delicious recipe. I added granulated garlic to the chicken and used breadcrumbs (instead of flour) to coat the patties before frying. Instead of meatballs, I made patties and got 10 good size "burgers". They were very moist and tender! Thank you for posting this recipe. It will go into my regular rotation!

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StacL July 31, 2014
Chicken and Mushroom Patties (Kotlety or Katleti)