Tasty, but I agree with the other comment below about using better measuring components would be very helpful. I think to use an amount of 400 grams for the ground chicken is kind of strange and why almost a lb instead of one pound. You have an amount in mind when mixing in the other ingredients and others wouldn't. For consistency sake you should use standard measuring amounts to be usere friendly amounts. I generally won't fool with a recipe in grams and such, which most other cooks would not either. But I had to give this a try and glad I did. Most people do not know how many grams are in an ounce.
Very tasty and well worth making again. The only reason for my 4 star rating is that Zuccini, mushrooms, celery and bunches of coriander come in many different sizes, I suppose, and I ended up with far too much veg mixture for the amount of chicken stated. Perhaps e.g. cup measurements would be better? Anyway, I froze the leftover veg mixture and hopefully it will be usable for the next batch of patties. I also, as per a previous reviewer, think these would make great appetizers as small meatballs with a dipping sauce. Thanks for a tasty recipe.
I had some lonely stale cruskits in the cupboard so thought this was a great chance to use them up. These burgers are really tasty & full of flavour, great recipe, thanks!
My whole family enjoyed these chicken and vegie patties. Both my 4 and 11 year old daughters truely enjoyed these as well (with the compulsory addition of tomato sauce/ketchup of course!). These patties were simple and quick to make and had a whole lot of flavour. The cruskits worked very well and eliminated the need for the addition of egg to bind them. These would also be terrific made into little patties like felafel sized for parties with toothpicks and served with a sweet chilli sauce for dipping. Thanks for a great recipe Rona. Photo also to be posted