A quick and easy recipe found in a magazine ad for Edgell chickpeas - eaten and enjoyed by all members of my picky family.
- Chop chickpeas in food processor.
- Add chicken , chutney ,chopped onion and curry powder.
- Form into patties.
- Cook 4 - 5 minutes each side on oiled bbq plate or in frypan.
- serve with more chutney or chilli sauce or sour cream.
Incredible! It was "curl my toes" incredible. I made very minor changes. I used green onions instead of regular onions and I doubled the mango chutney. I didn't find them mushy even after doubling the mango chutney. For sure I'll be making this recipe again and again and again.
We really loved these burgers -- a milder flavor than beef burgers and not as greasy. They're a nice change to serve with a healthy dinner. I had a little trouble keeping the patty mixture together, so next time I'm going to try adding one egg and two tablespoons of breadcrumbs to the mix to make a firmer patty. We tried all three toppings and the mango chutney was our favorite. (And who knew that chickpeas could be so good in a burger?) We'll definitely be having these terrific and flavorful burgers again.
These were wonderful! The taste is fantastic. The only reason it isn't a full five stars is because they were a little mushy to work with. Thanks so much for a recipe I will definitely be making again :-)