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This burger is made with all of the seasonings and spices used in tandoori cooking, so the flavors really ring true.

Source: Everyday Food, July/August 2006
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Cook's Notes

To keep burgers juicy, resist the urge to press patties down during grilling.

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  • MS10710191
    13 AUG, 2018
    Really easy to make, very tasty and well-spiced. Makes a good leftover for the next day at work on a bed of arugula.
  • kathiguam
    23 JUL, 2008
    I'm going put the marinated chicken pieces into tin foil and throw it on the grill; then put it in a dish with the condiments served on the side. For cucumber, I'll use the small Persian ones from Trader Joe's and include cherry tomatoes and romaine lettuce.
    • MS10110850
      12 JAN, 2018
      So you didn't review the recipe. When I look at the "Reviews" for a recipe, that's what should be there.
  • klord
    24 JUN, 2012
    This was a great recipe! We loved it-super flavorful. If you're going to grill the pita, be careful not to over do it as we couldn't open them up and put the burgers in!
  • nblack
    26 JUL, 2011
    I love these--I have made them on several occasions and they always come out good. I grind the chicken thigh meat with my Kitchen Aid food grinder attachment.
  • Florasol
    19 JUL, 2009
    I made this receipe yesterday. Family love it. My only problem is that the patty's were falling appart. Any suggestions on how to make the patty stay together?
  • mothernature63
    22 NOV, 2008
    OMG! My family and I loved this recipe. Saw it on PBS and gave it a try! Did add Romaine lettuce just as a personal favorite. Delicious, simple, fast, and refreshing. Now searching for even more on what surely is a great site. Try'll love it!
  • rselch
    26 JUL, 2008
    I would like to see nutritional info on this site.
  • camelyn
    23 JUL, 2008
    Or maybe you could substitute ground turkey and just mix in the ingredients?
  • atd527
    23 JUL, 2008
    If you have a good blender you may be able to use that. I have a kitchen aid blender that is pretty powerful and I use it as a food processor for everything! It works great!
  • FouFolle
    23 JUL, 2008
    Do you think you could chop the chicken mixture up finely by hand and then marinate? I don't have a food processor and have no space to add one to the kitchen so that bit would be tricky for me.

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