Blogging dinner: Asian Chicken Burgers


I found a super great recipe for Asian Chicken Burgers on a lovely blog, Coconut & Lime.  I whipped them up tonight, since I’m THANKFULLY more mobile and can move my neck freely and without the aid of a neck brace.
You can find the recipe link here, though I’ll recopy it below.  It was super easy, and done in just a few minutes.  Marc also roasted some Brussels sprouts (which Job really actually loved; I gave him a couple to try), and with a light sprinkling of soy sauce they were delightful.

Asian Chicken Burgers

Asian Chicken Burgers

Asian Chicken Burgers (makes 4)

1 lb. ground chicken

2 tbsp. dark soy sauce (tamari)

1 1/2 roasted sesame oil

1 tbsp. Mirin

1/4 c. panko

1 inch knob ginger, grated

2 shallots, grated (though I grated the shallots, there were also some big chunks that didn’t grate up that I threw in there, and it was really nice!)

Combine all ingredients lightly.  If the mixture is very wet, add more panko.  Shape into four patties, and cook in a large skillet for about 5 minutes on each side.  Serve on rolls.

**I bought some soft knot rolls from Market Basket and they were good, but honestly, I probably could have eaten the patty by itself or open-faced on that bun.

The best part about these is that they tasted like the inside of a delicious dumpling, thanks to the ginger.  YUM.

3 Responses to “Blogging dinner: Asian Chicken Burgers”

  1. 1 Marc

    They were SO GOOD… mmm

  2. 2 Lea

    I ran across this last night while looking for a recipe for chicken burgers. This recipe is phenomenal!! YUM!!!!!!! Thank you so much.

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