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Great recipe! I made it exactly as described for the first time and it was absolutely wonderful and a great combination with Halibut. it is also good with a meat added and then served over a bed of spinach as a salad. Lots of options!! great flavors.
These came out pretty well. I made some substitutions based on what was in my pantry (farro instead of freekeh, toasted pine nuts instead of sunflower seeds, fresh bread crumbs instead of panko), but otherwise followed the recipe closely. The burgers held together very well and were pretty flavorful. I served them with tzatziki and chopped kalamata olives, which were good accompaniments. I would make them again, maybe adding more spinach and spices.
This was delicious!! I would definitely make it again. I did marinate it for much longer than the 12 hours max that is listed in the recipe. cdwilliams is right, because it is thick it needs more marinating time. The chicken also came out super tender.
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