Love this recipe!!! Have made it many times, and always with a little tweak...something I seldom do, but it works for me with this dish. For the bread crumbs, I use dry chicken stuffing mix (which I grind down in my food processor). I always omit the water and usually add just a wee bit more of the stuffing as the chicken tends to be quite moist. I serve this bad boy on a toasted bun with only a dollop of lingonberry sauce on top (yeah, the stuff you eat with swedish meatballs). For me, this is the clencher and makes me crave this sandwich even more. I just love it. I am sure it would probably go well with cranberry sauce, too, but I can never bring myself to try because I love the lingonberry so much! This has pretty much replaced regular hamburgers in my household...and I couldn't be happier! Thank you.
This is tasty, but I thought it wasn't worth all the effort. I had some trouble with it being too moist and had to keep adding breadcrumbs (and then cheese when I ran out of breadcrumbs) and it still never got firm enough for me to trust putting the patties on the grill. I could just see the grill going right through them, so I fried them... and the cheese stuck to the pan, darn it. They looked like a disaster by the time I got them to the table. Admittedly, my husband thought they were delicious, but he wasn't the one that had to deal with the pan... You know, maybe the ground chicken I got was just juicier than most? I'm willing to give it the benefit of the doubt with 3 stars.
HM! I guess my review of these never went through! I've made these twice now, once with ground turkey and once with ground chicken, and both times they tasted fabulous :-) I love the addition of the dijon mustard and parm. cheese :-) Thanks for a wonderful recipe!!! I'll be making these regularly :-)
I'm so sorry Bergy, but we didn't care for these burgers. I had no problem with them holding together, but there was no flavor whatsoever. The garlic, mustard and onion didn't even come through. I will make again but will stray from the original recipe to suit our taste. Thank you for the recipe. I'm always interested in trying new recipes.
I've made these twice now and our whole family loves them. Both times I followed the recipe exactly, which I rarely do. They taste fabulous. I would have given 5 stars but both times I had a little bit of trouble keeping them all together, the 1st time 2 broke apart but last night only 1 did. I did notice that once I set them in the pan if I don't fidget with them AT ALL except to flip them once they seem to hold together better. Thanks for a great recipe.
FIL was begging for the recipe after we had them for lunch one day. Awesome and easy!
These chicken burgers made a great Saturday night supper. We loved them and had no trouble with them holding together. The parmesan cheese, onion, mustard and garlic, were wonderful together!!Served them with a huge slice of tomato on the bun and for relish we used a new piclke I found and made, nice hot crunchy "Hot Kimchi Pickle - Quick" #72774, went perfectly with the "Cluck Cluck Burgers, Thanks Bergy for a tasty Saturday night supper!! yum again, feb 26/10 , had these for supper tonight , very delicious and served this time with French Tart's Heritage Bread and Butter Pickle - Pickled Cucumber and Onions a wonderful addition to the burger. Thanks again Bergy - delicious!!
Really great flavor! Great seasonings and mine held together quite well. Grilled them and they were great! Thanks for posting.
This was really good! I used Pecorino Romano cheese as I am allergic to cow's milk, added Cajun seasoning, left out the garlic, and used brown rice leftover in place of the breadcrumbs since I have a gluten intolerance. I also paired it with the Sweet Potato Oven fries and Avocado Dip recipe on this site.
We enjoyed this moist, tasty burgers. After reading others' reviews, I added 1/2 tsp. Italian seasoning and instead of dijon, I used horseradish mustard to kick up the flavor. I was very careful when flipping them on the grill because of their fragile texture. Thanks Bergy!