Friday, October 17, 2014

Buffalo Chicken Burgers

The weather is getting chilly
and spicy foods are just the
ticket for us.  

The thought of buffalo anything
just makes my mouth water 

so when I was contacted by Ulyssees
Press to review their new cookbook - 
I had my mouth watering while waiting for it 
to arrive.

It was hard to decide what to try first
but I am a burger fan and I am a buffalo chicken
fan, so I thought I would give these a

I have never made a chicken burger before.

The ground chicken has onions,
bread crumbs, Worcestershire Sauce
and Franks RedHot Wings Buffalo Sauce

Ground chicken is so soft
that I decided to use
my handy hamburger press
to form the patties and it
worked perfectly.

I grilled these up on my grill pan
in the kitchen.  They suggested 5 minutes
a side and that seemed like the right time.

Buffalo Chicken Burgers

1 lb. ground chicken
1/3 C. Franks RedHot Wings Buffalo Sauce
1/4 C. bread crumbs
2 tsp. Worcestershire Sauce
1 small onion, chopped
Salt and Pepper to taste (I added a little pepper
but didn't feel like it needed any salt.)

In a medium bowl mix all of the ingredients
together.  Form into patties.  Heat pan and
grease it or spray with Pam.

When pan is heated, cook 4-5 minutes
on each side, turning once.

Serve on good quality buns
with lettuce, tomatoes, sliced celery
and a dollop of blue cheese dressing.

 I thought the flavor of the burger
was wonderful.  It wasn't too spicy.  If 
you want more spice they do have a
Frank's Buffalo sauce that is spicy but
it is a little too much for us.

We dip almost everything in Frank's 
Buffalo sauce and the grandkids are 
addicted to it too.  

There are lots of other mouth-watering
recipes that I can't wait to try from 
appetizers to desserts.  I am thrilled
to have this new recipe book.  Thanks
Ulysees Press for sending me one.

I will be posting this with


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  1. Your chicken burgers look yummy Jacqueline, great grill marks! I thought there were lots of fun recipes in this book too. Happy Weekend:@)

  2. We're going to visit Our Lady of Fatima Shrine during the weekend and I came here for help... and recipe.
    I wanted to do a crowd pleasing as the entire Parish is going - catechist kids, Scouts... - and I remembered some breads you made when you went sailing with your daughter (???) that looked good enough to eat just by looking at the pictures.

    I might even do some of these chicken burgers for my kids.

    Off to find that recipe I had an idea about... if I don't find it I'll return and scream HELP ahahah

    Take Care and again thank you for sharing a winner.


  3. There's too much goodness in your Home, Jacqueline!

    I changed my mind 1000 times already but I think I'm really doing this:

    Thank you!


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