Chicken Burgers with Almost Big Mac Sauce – Cooking like my Grandma

Chicken Burger
Do you ever make something and think to yourself, “Why didn’t I write down what I used?”  Yeah, that’s me almost every night.. Hubby is pleased as well as I, but then I realize.. I didn’t write anything down.  So last night I made chicken burgers.  I was craving a nice juicy cheeseburger with McDonald’s Big Mac Sauce.. That stuff is magic right there.  So I rummaged through the pantry and fridge to see if I could somehow make what I was craving.  Thankfully we had enough on hand to make Chicken Burgers..

Since I didn’t write down the exact measurements I can at least tell you what went into these burgers.. and I will be making them again soon, but this time I’ll be sure to have a pen and paper.  I think I learned this way of cooking from my Grandma.  She was famous for “Add a little of this a little of that”  No measurements.  Her food was incredible.. Grandma knew best – “You don’t know by measuring, you know by tasting!”

Chicken Burgers
1lb 99%FF Ground Chicken
Italian bread crumbs
2 Eggs
Milk
1 Onion, chopped
Garlic Salt – Season Salt – Peppercorn Medley
Cheese

Mix together and form into patties.  Pan fry 3 minutes each side and then finish in a 375 degree preheated oven until internal temperature reaches 165.  Finish off with a slice of american cheese, or cheddar.

Then I topped it with a sauce that was pretty darn close to the Big Mac Sauce..

Almost Big Mac Sauce
1 Kosher Dill Pickle, chopped
Mayo (base)
Mustard (small amount)
Ketchup (medium amount)
Splash of White Vinegar
Pinch of Onion and Garlic Powder

Mix all and chill in the refrigerator until use.

I put my burger on top of a bed of chopped romaine, sliced tomatoes, topped with the sauce, and some delicious coleslaw on the side.. I enjoyed

Chicken Burger with Coleslaw

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