i should be mopping the floor: Garlic and Herb Chicken Sliders with All Natural Ground Chicken #ad

Friday, August 30, 2013

Garlic and Herb Chicken Sliders with All Natural Ground Chicken #ad

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This is the perfect bite-sized burger with a yummy chicken twist! 
Tyson's Fresh, all natural ground chicken made these the perfect grill-out meal with loads of flavor.
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I was trying to think about the perfect meal to end the summertime season. A fun burger/slider came to mind. And what better way to put a fun spin on it than to use all natural ground chicken instead of beef!?

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This Tyson ground chicken was so delicious {I didn't even know this product existed}...and these ended up being a quick grilled meal that left all of us with yummy smiles. 

You can find Tyson's ground chicken in the fresh meat area of your Walmart. 

The slider patties were made of:
- 1 pound Tyson Ground Chicken {isn't that "chub" pack super cute?}
- 1/4 cup garlic & herb bread crumbs
- 1 large egg, beaten
- 2 tablespoons chopped green onions
- 1-2 cloves garlic, minced
- kosher salt, to taste
- seasoning salt, to taste {I'm kind of addicted to Trader Joe's 21 Seasoning Salute, a salt-free blend. Feel free to use whatever you like.}

I cheated a bit with the garlic and onions. I popped them in my mini processor for a quick choppity-chop. I still left them pretty rough-cut, though.

After chopping my onions and garlic, I combined all of the patty ingredients in a large bowl

Then I used the best tools at my disposal...my hands. They are perfect for mixing meat.

I formed eight small-ish patties out of the mixture.

A little pat-pat. 

Then on to the grill they went. Honestly, in Texas we're able to grill year round. A few years back on Thanksgiving, I cooked my cranberry sauce on the grill's burner. I just ran out of room on the stove. We {heart} the grill around here.

These didn't take too long at all. Just watch yours closely to make sure they don't burn...but also check with a meat thermometer for doneness.

For assembly, you'll need
- 8 dinner rolls
- 8 slices Pepper Jack cheese {I think it's perfect for the milder flavor of chicken}
- Roma tomato, sliced {they're the perfect size}
- Butter lettuce
- mayo, ketchup, Dijon mustard

We let each family member assemble their own burger. Although we do melt cheese on the grill, per request.

They were seriously good! The garlic flavor was fabulously over the top...just how I like it.

I'm seriously a ground chicken person now! Thanks, Tyson!

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27 comments:

  1. Oh man, pinning this!! This looks SO good!

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  2. Lordy those look delicious!!! Pinning now... and making tomorrow :D

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  3. Yummy!! I'm pinning this recipe! Can't wait to make it!!

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  4. This look really good. I've never made anything with ground chicken. My husband has asked that we cook more on the grill so this is definitely going on September's meal plan. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Love the herbs & seasonings you used. I can imagine these being really delicious!

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  6. Perfect for a garlic-lovin' family like us too!

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  7. These look SO delicious, Kristi! Pinning right now!

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  8. Look so amazing! Looking forvard to try it :)

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  11. Those look so good!! So easy to. They seem like they would be a lot healthier than regular sliders also.

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  12. These look delicious Kristi!

    P.S. The photography is fantastic. :-)
    Marissa

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  13. I love ground chicken...it's all I use now! I make our meatballs with it. So yummy!!! Great recipe Kristi!

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  14. Love this recipe. Thank you so much for sharing. I'm so glad I ran across it on Motivate Me Monday!

    Miranda
    mrandmrswinslett.blogspot.com

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  15. Great recipe! We usually use ground turkey but I will have to try chicken soon! Thanks for the great idea!

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  16. I haven't had a slider in forever. :) These look awesome!

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  17. I drooled over and pinned these sliders when I first saw them the other day, Kristi! Thanks for linking up to All My Bloggy Friends this week! :) I'm sharing this on Facebook today! I hope to see you next week!

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  18. wow! those look incredible! Thanks so much for linking up to tasteful Tuesdays!! Emily

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  19. I love chicken burgers and these sounds SO delicious!

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  20. Love the sound of that! I love ground chicken!

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  21. These look sooooo good! I'll have to give them a try. :)

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  22. Hi Kristi! These chicken slider just look so absolutely delicious! Thanks so much for sharing them at Best of the Weekend - I will be featuring them at tomorrow evening's party. Hope you have a happy Friday and a wonderful weekend!

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  23. Hi Kristi! These chicken slider just look so absolutely delicious! Thanks so much for sharing them at Best of the Weekend - I will be featuring them at tomorrow evening's party. Hope you have a happy Friday and a wonderful weekend!

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  24. I have been using ground chicken sense I found it 3 months ago. I think it is wonderful. I use it in spaghetti and chilli also. It tastes great in everything I have used it in. These sandwiches look great. I look forward to making them.

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