Homemade Chicken Burgers

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How can one not drool over the best chicken recipes like this Homemade Chicken Burgers recipe? This recipe is not only tasty but also it is one of the best healthy homemade recipes for dinner or lunch. Healthy homemade recipes are better any day compared to eating out or buying a takeout with all the high sodium levels in them. These burgers are breaded and then grilled until tender and juicy. There is a right amount of nutrition in this recipe not only because of the chicken but also because of eggs and veggies added to these burgers. You can also add any cheese of your choice like feta, cheddar or mozzarella to these burgers and they will taste out of the world like the restaurant style. This is also a fun recipe for a picnic or potluck and everyone's going to love them. They make great appetizers at parties or get together too. You can make a whole batch of this wonderful chicken burger recipe and freeze it and eat whenever you crave a little something drool-worthy chicken burger for mealtime.

Healthy dinner ideas don't have to be elaborate or time-consuming. Cooking healthy meals are all about convenience and accessibility regarding the ingredients and recipes. As long you eat healthily it doesn't matter whether you bake, barbecue, grill or steam your meals. It's all about adding new variations and changing up your cooking style. The recipe uses dark meat, but you can also use chicken breast although you have to make sure not to dry the chicken breast. When cooking with chicken breast, it is important not to overcook it since there is a high chance of the meat losing its moisture resulting in a dry, chewy texture. The trick to cooking chicken breast perfectly for any recipe is to cook it on the lowest heat setting until done.

When working with chicken, it's important to practice safety methods of handling it to prevent food poisoning. By handling meat the safe way you can stop 80 percent of food-borne diseases. One of the best ways to keep the bacteria out of your kitchen is by cleaning your hands before and after handling meat. Always ensure to clean completely and sanitize kitchen surroundings including the floor and counter tops after you have finished working with meat. Remember to refrigerate or freeze meat for later use to prevent salmonella. Types of meat like chicken, pork, and seafood have to be cooked thoroughly to the right temperature. Even if the meat is slightly raw, it can result in food contamination.

Nutrition Facts for: Homemade Chicken Burgers From Art and the Kitchen

Ingredients: Chicken, red onion, zucchini, bell peppers, chives, salt, pepper, panko bread crumbs, egg.

* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet

* The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings.

* Per Serving:Calories 117, Calories from Fat 43, Total Fat 4.8g 7%, Saturated Fat 1.3g 7%, Cholesterol 71mg 24%, Sodium 347mg 14%, Potassium 151mg 4%, Carbohydrates 0.2g 0%, Dietary Fiber 0.1g 0%, Sugars 0.1g, Protein 17.1g, Vitamin A 2%,Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 1%, Iron 5%

Thank you to Laureen at the ‘Art and the Kitchen' recipe blog for sharing this excellent Homemade Chicken Burgers recipe with us. Laureen is an advocate of healthy dinner ideas. Do check out her blog for some of the best chicken recipes. This Chicken burger recipe is healthy and hearty and doesn’t need a reason to indulge. Everyone is going to love this burger recipe. Try making them for loved ones today!

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