Chicken Burgers with Fresh Parsley & Cracked Wheat

Chicken Burgers with Fresh Parsley & Cracked Wheat

(8 Item Recipe)
Yields: 6 Burgers
Time: 20 Minutes

Ingredients:

2 cups purified alkalized antioxidant Water
1 cup Organic Cracked Wheat (I use bob’s red mill)
1 Teaspoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 1/4 pounds lean ground Organic Grain Fed Chicken Breast (Hormone & Antibiotic Free)
3/4 cup Organic Red onion, chopped
2 Tablespoons Organic Lemon Juice
1/2 cup chopped Organic Parsley
1 teaspoon organic ground cumin

Directions:

In a small pot on medium heat bring water to a boil. Add the cracked wheat, cover, reduce heat to low and simmer for 10 minutes until absorbed and cracked wheat is tender. Remove from heat uncovered letting cool for 5 minutes.
Preheat pan on medium high heat. In bowl, mix together cracked wheat, parsley, cumin, lemon juice, and chopped onion. Form into 6 patties.

On medium heat in skillet add olive oil.  Cook patties on each side for 5 minutes until golden.  You can serve these with a bun or as a hamburger steak. Top with your favorite condiments.  You can also bbq thesee

We enjoy topping our burgers with freshly sliced tomatoes, onions and lettuce.

Note:

Supplementing the ground chicken with the cracked wheat in these burgers provides a healthier high fiber, low fat burger, while also making the meal more affordable stretching the meat.  If you are on a tight budget and looking for a healthy meal without the high cost, that won’t sacrifice your health then this may be the burger recipe you have been looking for. Super quick, nutritious and delicious.

**We made this dinner for 6 for $10 utilizing the ground chicken,
cracked wheat from the bulk section, buns, condiments and blue corn chips.  If you make it without the bun you can reduce the cost further.**

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One thought on “Chicken Burgers with Fresh Parsley & Cracked Wheat

  1. These were to die for and to think they were much healthier then we usually make was great. My picky teens said they were better then the regular unhealthy burgers we were making before this wonderful recipe hit our hands. Thank you thank you.

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