Panko Chicken Caesar Burgers. Easy crispy fried panko chicken breasts make the ideal tender and juicy base for these tasty fast-food alternative chicken burgers. Use your own favourite caesar salad dressing or try our homemade recipe.
Panko Chicken Caesar Burgers
I sometimes think the kids like these Panko Chicken Caesar Burgers better than the adults. In either case these tasty burgers make a very quick and easy workday dinner. Use your favourite Caesar salad dressing or make your own using the recipe found here Caesar Salad Dressing.
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- 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
- 1 egg + 2 tbsp water whisked together to make an egg wash
- 1/2 cup plain flour
- 1 cup panko
- 3/4 cup grated part skim mozzarella cheese
- 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
- romaine lettuce
- Caesar salad dressing
- 8 strips cooked smoked bacon
- canola oil for frying
Dip the chicken breasts in flour and then the egg wash, followed by the panko crumbs.
Heat 1/2 inch canola oil in a large skillet over medium low heat and fry the chicken breasts until golden brown. I like to take the internal temperature of the breasts to make sure they hit 185 degrees F to make sure they are fully cooked. If they are getting too brown finish them in a 350 degree F oven until the right temperature is reached.
Top with a mixture of the mozza and parmesan cheese and place under the broiler for a minute to melt the cheese. Toss the romaine lettuce with a little caesar dressing and serve along with the chicken and cooked bacon on toasted kaiser rolls.
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