Recipe by islandgirlejfan
"My family wasn't that thrilled with the taste of turkey burgers and I was watching my intake of beef. I started experimenting with ground chicken in my burgers and was mildly surprised with the outcome. The family likes these better than beef burgers! I usually make this when I bring the chicken home from the market. It makes for a quick meal on a weeknight. It just doesn't get any easier! These are served on Belle's® Hamburger Rolls which are totally off the hook!"
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ground chicken (preferably white meat)
1 (8 ounce) can
crushed pineapple, drained
cracked black pepper
jalapeno pepper, diced
teriyaki sauce (such as Mr. Yoshida's®), divided
We add a few more jalapenos & throw them in the freezer while we heat the charcoal grill up to let them set a bit. Very yummy!
These were ok. I used teriyaki marinade because I had an open bottle in the fridge. That may have been why I was underwhelmed. This recipe has potential though. I will try it again and tinker with it. Maybe some kind of spiced mayo will do the trick. Thanks for sharing!
I've made these more than once. I substitute the terryaki with 1/4 cup of sweet Vidalia onion dressing and they are wonderful.
Delicious! Full of flavor and easy to make.
Pretty good! I was surprised that the consistency was a little 'wet'- and didn't hold shape like it would if it was just ground beef or chicken. But they still grilled fine- I used my indoor grill (plates on top and bottom. I started just glopping it into a ball and the grill pressed it down nicely. Tasted better than just plain burgers. Probably will use more pepper next time (I didn't use jalapenos.)
Just posting a few hints to those of you trying them. I had in the initial recipe that I sent to allrecipes that you need to have wet hands when you pad these out. Ground chicken is a much wetter consistency than beef or turkey. We have had these with toppings of cheddar cheese and bacon, extra pineapple slices, avocado and just tonight we tried the new Siracha Ketchup on the market. That was a winner! It doesn't hurt if you want to make a batch and freeze them....that's probably one of the easiest ways to handle them, however I've made them so much that I find it's just easier to keep my hands wet. Hope these hints help....enjoy!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Teriyaki Chicken Burgers
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 22
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