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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Recipe: Asian Inspired Chicken Burgers

Asian Inspired Chicken Burger Recipe with Mayo and Asian Slaw - gluten free, low fat, healthy, clean eating friendly

We love having barbeques with friends, however, when you have week after week of catch-ups with different friends it's easy to get sick of boring old sausages, steaks and plain burger patties. 

We're on a mission with our friends at Chang's to liven up your summer barbeques with some fresh, healthy, Asian inspired dishes that are sure to impress! First, I shared a recipe with you for our Asian Noodle Salad with Creamy Peanut Dressing which is the perfect side - but today I want to share a delicious burger recipe with you.

Asian Inspired Chicken Burger Recipe with Mayo and Asian Slaw - gluten free, low fat, healthy, clean eating friendly

Forget your boring old plain beef burger patties, these Asian Inspired Chicken Burgers are full of flavour and can be enjoyed in a variety of different ways.

With Asian flavours like soy sauce, fish sauce, thai chilli paste and coriander, you'll find yourself in love with these burgers from the very first bite. 

Asian Inspired Chicken Burger Recipe with Mayo and Asian Slaw - gluten free, low fat, healthy, clean eating friendly

As they are so versatile, you also have the opportunity to get creative! 

We've served these up to friends in a variety of ways - from a banh mi style burger with mayonnaise and fresh coriander  to the pictured version, served in a lettuce cup and topped with an Asian inspired slaw - and if you happen to have any leftovers, serve them up for dinner over rice noodles or steamed rice for something different and delicious. 

But however you serve it, this is one burger recipe that is super versatile and so easy to make.

But let me share the recipe with you! >> 


Asian Inspired Chicken Burger Recipe with Mayo and Asian Slaw - gluten free, low fat, healthy, clean eating friendly

Asian Inspired Chicken Burgers with an Asian Slaw 
makes 4-6 burgers, depending on how big you want your patties!
low fat, gluten free, clean eating friendly, egg free, dairy free 

For the Asian Inspired Chicken Burger Patties:
200g chicken breast mince
1/2 lime, juiced
1 clove garlic, crushed
1 tbsp coriander, roughly chopped 
1 tsp Chang's gluten free tamari or soy sauce (for a non-GF version) 
1 tsp Chang's fish sauce
1 tsp thai chilli paste
1/2 cup cooked quinoa, cooled* (~1/4 cup raw, cooked according to package directions - see notes for alternatives)1/2 tbsp freshly grated ginger (optional)
  • Line a medium sized airtight container with baking paper and tear off an extra sheet of the same size.
  • Combine all of your ingredients for your chicken patties in a mixing bowl, mixing until all of your ingredients are mixed together. 
  • Gently form into patties and place into your container, using the baking paper to separate each layer. If you're having trouble forming your patties, try using slightly wet hands (or add a little bit of gluten free flour if they're too wet). 
  • Chill your patties in the fridge for ~1/2 an hour to firm up. 
  • Grill your patties for ~2 minutes a side or until your patties are cooked through.
*If you don't like quinoa, feel free to use ~1/3 cup gluten free breadcrumbs instead.

For the Asian Style Slaw Topping:
Finely shredded purple and white cabbage 
Finely shredded/julienned carrot 
1 tsp Chang's sesame oil 
1 tsp honey 
2 tsp Chang's gluten free tamari or soy sauce (for a non-GF version) 
1 tsp rice wine vinegar 
  • Combine all ingredients and serve on top of your burgers.
For our Asian Inspired Mayonnaise: 
2 tbsp mayonnaise
1 small lime, juiced 
2 tsp Chang's gluten free tamari or soy sauce (for a non-GF version) 
2 tsp Chang's fish sauce
1/2 tsp thai chilli paste (optional)
  • Mix together all of your mayonnaise ingredients and serve on top of your burgers (this mayonnaise works for just about anyway you'd like to serve the burgers - in lettuce cups, on rice, in a crusty bread roll etc). 
Visit www.changs.com for their complete range and more delicious Asian Inspired Recipes!

But tell me, what would be on your ultimate burger?

6 comments:

  1. Ah, yay! You kept them egg-free ;) These are fabulous and I love the quinoa!

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  2. I just made this recipe and it turned out awesome! I used vegan protein powder, oat flour instead of regular flour, and added an extra teaspoon of baking powder and cooked it in an 8x8 pan. It fluffed up just like a normal banana bread and has a great consistency! Thank so much for the recipe, worked out great compared to other protein banana bread recipes that I've made!

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  3. Yes I did! They're so delicious and the quinoa is the perfect addition!

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  4. Hey Claire, I am so glad you loved the recipe! Enjoy! xx

    PS: If you happen to snap a picture of one of our recipes that you've made, be sure to send it to me so that I can add it to our reader showcase! xx

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  5. I just made these for lunch for my husband, and they were so easy and delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

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  6. Awesome! So glad they were a hit, Rachel! xx

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