Italian Chicken Burgers

"Tasty chicken burgers. Great on the grill. Can be pan fried or even baked (for those winter nights when it's too cold to grill outside!)"
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  • Combine all ingredients until well blended.
  • Form into patties.
  • Grill or cook until juices no longer pink inside.
  • When I have these on a bun, I use pasta or pizza sauce as a condiment instead of the usual burger toppings.

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  1. These are so good! They are actually better than good--they are fantastic! I used fresh grated Parmesan and dried, minced garlic and followed everything else to a T. I think you could make a low-carb chicken Parmesan by using a marinara sauce and a bit of mozzarella on top. C & D's Mom, thank you for a wonderful recipe. This is a keeper!
  2. Delicious burger. I followed the recipe exactly and the result was very good. I grilled them in my grill pan. Served them with some sauteed mushrooms. :)
  3. Very good. I was a little concerned at first that the mix of spices would be overpowering. It wasn't this combination worked well. I served this with Cauliflower "mashed potatos" for a very low-carb and very satisfying meal.
  4. Wow! This was my first attempt at a turkey burger & I was SO nervous because this is a new recipe so I had no previous advice to go on! But it was a success! I cut the reicpe in half, used 1/8 tsp garlic salt for the garlic cloves, & didn't use the seasoning salt. I also left out the mozz cheese, preferring to top the burger with a slice of swiss cheese instead. Cooked them on my George Foreman & used a little bit of light Miracle Whip for topping. The italian seasonings give the turkey taste a nice zing. I was afraid these would fall apart without any breadcrumbs but it worked fine. Thanks so much for sharing!


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