Looking for some new flavors to grill this summer? Chicken Parmesan Burgers are on our menu! These are simple & delicious. These burgers are great served the size of a typical burger or made into sliders for entertaining. As always, I’m looking at ways to save time & you can make these patties ahead of time, freeze them & pull them out to thaw and cook up for a quick serve for busy schedules.
Chicken Parmesan Burgers are certainly great on your favorite rolls or breads, but I do love the new ‘Foldit’ breads by FlatOut; the 5 grain is my favorite & it’s only 90 calories. We also love their slider size ‘Foldit’ breads when we’re serving them mini size.
I was excited to have the chance to share this recipe in my monthly segment at News Channel 13 this morning. It was a big hit with the crew; scroll down past the recipe to see…
In celebration of Men’s Health Month & Father’s Day, FlatOut Flatbreads has given me a link to a coupon for you to check out; simply click here to print & use it next time you are shopping. Flatout Foldits can typically be found in the deli section of supermarket stores. If you can’t find them, just ask! Here is a link to all of the Foldit FlatOut Flatbread facts to give you more reasons to give this better bite a try!
Chicken Parmesan Burgers by Jodie Fitz
1-pound ground chicken
¼ cup Parmesan cheese, finely grated
1 tablespoon Italian spice (I love the freeze dried combination by lighthouse spices)
1-teaspoon onion powder
¾ teaspoon sea salt
¾ teaspoon garlic powder
Add the Parmesan cheese, Italian spice, onion powder, sea salt & garlic powder to the uncooked ground chicken. Mix the spices into the ground chicken until they are evenly distributed with a spoon or spatula.
Create burger patties to your desired size. And grill outside or inside on a grill pan. Cook the burgers until they are thoroughly cooked. (165 degrees if testing with a meat thermometer)
Top the burgers with your favorite sauce and a slice of mozzarella. Melt the mozzarella on top before serving.
NOTE: This recipe makes 4 burgers.