These Thai inspired chicken burgers are a delicious change from the traditional beef burgers that we all enjoy. Take a break from beef and try this healthier alternative. They are light, juicy and packed full of fresh tangy flavour with a bit of a kick. If burgers are your thing, give these a try, they might just become your favourite! 




  • Chicken and Poultry
  • Halaal


  • Asian

Cooking Methods

  • Frying

Prep Time

25 minutes

Cooking Time

5 minutes



Place the minced chicken, chopped spring onions, crushed garlic, chopped chilli, chopped coriander, paprika, lemon juice, soya sauce, sweet chilli sauce and 5-6 grinds of salt and black pepper into a bowl.
Using your hands, combine all the ingredients, then divide it equally into 4 portions. Shape each portion into a hamburger patty.
Heat a griddle pan on high and lightly brush the surface with oil.
Place the patties onto the griddle and cook for 3-5 minutes on each side, until they are cooked through.
To assemble the burgers, halve the hamburger rolls and butter each side, if desired.
Place a lettuce leaf on each bottom half of the roll, then a slice or two of tomato.
Spoon a tablespoon of mayo and a dash of sriracha on top of the tomatoes, then place the burger patty on top. Lastly, top with the lid of the bun and serve immediately.

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