For a fresh take on a burger, give these chicken patties a try. Apples and celery mixed into the ground chicken give the burgers a subtly sweet, aromatic note, while the bright, creamy slaw provides great crunch.
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Serve with a fresh salad and Maple Pan-Roasted Baby Carrots.
Great recipe! Very flavorful and juicy. My boyfriend was reluctant (no beef, no bacon, no cheese), and even he loved them. I made extra slaw and am glad I did because it will be great leftover.Like other reviewers said the burger is quite wet uncooked, so I am not sure this would hold up grilling.
This recipe was great. I added freshly grated ginger to both the burgers and cabbage slaw for a little added kick. And I used ground chicken breast, as that's all that was available, and the burgers were still moist and flavorful. I served this with roasted acorn squash slices drizzled with a balsamic reduction, and it all worked beautifully together.
Excellent. My whole family loved these. I agree with the other reviewers, it looked way too wet and sloppy during preparation, but cooked up perfectly. I omitted the lime juice (allergies) but it still tasted great. Fast and easy and good year 'round.
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