Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Homemade chicken burger

I just enjoyed this yummy homemade chicken burger this morning.

Homemade chicken burger




I baked these burger buns yesterday, it still maintain the softness till this morning.
Homemade chicken burger

Homemade chicken burger
I even made my own chicken patties
Homemade chicken burger
Here is the recipe, this time I made the burger bun using two method-au Lait and water roux after I saw Moon made this way. The buns still soft even I kept till the next day.

Homemade Chicken Burger
(printable recipe)
Chicken patty
500g minced chicken
1 onion, finely chopped
3tbsp fresh breadcrumbs
3tbsp fresh milk
1/4tsp white pepper powder
1/4tsp black pepper powder
1/4tsp chicken stock powder
1tsp salt or to taste

plain flour - enough for coating
1 egg - lightly beaten
Fresh breadcrumbs - enough for coating

1. Mix fresh breadcrumbs and milk in a mixing bowl, set aside for few minutes.
2. Fry the onions till soft, and mix into minced chicken.
3. Add the rest of ingredients and seasoning, mix till well combine, form into patties.
4. One by one, dip patties in plain flour, next coat in beaten eggs, then transfer to breadcrumbs and coat thoroughly.
5. Pan frying with little oil until golden brown on both sides. Drain on paper towels.


Burger buns (combine au Lait and water roux method)

"Water roux starter" method:-

50g High protein flour/bread flour
250g water

1. Combine water and flour in a saucepan, cook over low flame and keep stirring till become thicken and no lumps left, the texture is something like baby porridge.
2. Remove from heat and cover loosely with plastic wrap to prevent from drying. Store the starter in the refrigerator after completely cooling down for later use.

Burger dough (combine au Lait and water roux method):-

450g High protein flour/bread flour
55g sugar
1/2tsp salt
170g fresh milk (cold)
40g egg white (from 1 large egg)
1 and ½ tsp yeast
50g butter (soften in room temp)
100 water roux starter

Some poppy seeds
1 egg (egg wash)

1. Put all the ingredients except butter in a mixing bowl, knead until become a smooth dough.
2. Add in butter, and knead till smooth and elastic, takes about 10mins.
3. Let it proof for 60mins in a clean bowl cover with cling wrap.
4. Remove dough from the bowl, punch out the air, equally divide into smooth round shape, rest for another 20mins.
5. Apply egg wash and sprinkle some poppy seeds.
6. Bake at a pre-heated oven at 180c for 25mins.

Happy Baking !!

49 comments:

3 hungry tummies said...

This is just what I feel like for lunch today.

choi yen said...

love the buns, shining shining o...

cikmanggis said...

salah satu menu bersahur kami di bulan puasa ni

Bo said...

Wow! You baked the buns too. Looks great!

Food for 7 Stages of Life said...

Golden crusted bun and the burger looks great.

苏联妈妈 said...

what a great breakfast u hv for today! yummy !

Kitchen Corner said...

Hey, I can't wait for the recipe. Burger is my all time favorite sandwich food. I want to try out chicken version as I only know about beef and pork burger. I really eager for your chicken patties. Look forward to your next post. Thanks for sharing!

divya said...

that looks super good.. fantastic clicks

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Looks great!!!

AngieYHL said...

Sonia ah Sonia,u r wonderful. i want the recipe. will definately come backto you soon.VerySoon :)

WyYv said...

the buns are shiny and the meat inside is very thick, it must taste real good =]

Cheah said...

Hungry now, Sonia! Lunch time! Superb looking burger.

月亮 said...

那个肉好厚哦,嘻嘻^^

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Will be back later this looks good. Diane

Little Inbox said...

I'll make this at home once a while. It's even tastier with "Miku".

MaryMoh said...

That looks perfect and delicious. Sonia, you can open a burger shop now :D

Spoon and Chopsticks said...

Those buns look simply awesome! Thanks for the recipe. I'm surely gonna try this.

Min said...

Sonia, I like your burger, looks really healthy, will make some buns for breakfast next weekend.

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Sonia, you ate the burger for breakfast? wow so xin fu leh! I am drooling now even just had dinner, looks so inviting

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

home made always the best.luks fantastic...

Jane Chew said...

wow! I must try it out soon. Looks great and i am sure taste better than i can immagine :)

elra said...

I never made buns with roux starter, how interesting. The result looks delicious.

Pete said...

Mmm, haven't tried this technique yet! Nice burger!

My Little Space said...

Oh, I think my kids would love this! Thanks for sharing. Have a nice day!
Cheers, kristy

Little Corner of Mine said...

What could be better? Homemade burger bun with homemade chicken patties, very healthy!

pigpigscorner said...

The burger looks amazing! and I like your buns, they look so shiny!

tigerfish said...

Burger in the morning! How luxurious.

Jen Cheung said...

made from scratch eh? must be a lot of work but very rewarding :) looks yummy!!

have a lovely day
jen

Mama Holli said...

This looks so wonderful and so healthy! I am going to link it up on Midchix.com! They will love this recipe!

Wendy said...

The burger buns look so soft!I am planning to make some burger this weekend, but probably will just get the ready made burger buns from the store, too lazy to make my own now! lol!!

Belly Good Cooking said...

Your chicken burger reminds me of KFC's Colonel Burger. Looks yummy!

Cook.Bake.Love said...

Everything is home-made, it's so healthy. I love to have it for breakfast, for brunch, lunch and as snack. :P

My Little Things Corner said...

Burger...i like it, your burger looks yummy yummy, make one for me sice your still have a lot of bun...hehehe

Anonymous said...

Sonia u are super great, to share out all ur recipes, your burger bun looks nice, I wonder what type of oven you are using.

vialentino said...

omg...u did cook that burger...restaurant standard look burger...delicious...

btw, the bun looks so familiar....i took one similar and updated in my psot today...u go and see...same bun with those black seeds on top

Angie's Recipes said...

I only made chicken burger once....the buns look super soft!

Nadji said...

Ces hamburgers maison semblent délicieux.
Je note ta recette.
Bonne journée et à bientôt.

simply.food said...

I am drooling at the sight of these wonderful delicious buns.Pics are amazing.
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Simply Life said...

what a delicious burger!

Chow and Chatter said...

wow this looks great and so healthy the perfect lunch RD approved LOL

Biren said...

I love baking breads and those buns look lovely. I have never tried the water roux method. Perhaps I should try and make these buns soon.

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Yummy yum! You are getting really good at baking buns and breads lately Sonia! Okay, jot down the recipe to try it out next time, thanks!

PranisKitchen said...

i am coming to ur place to taste this delicious burger so good yarr.. what a soft bun

girlichef said...

Those are some absolutely beautiful buns!! Lovely meal altogether :)

Lazaro Cooks! said...

Love the chicken burgers.

Colin Woon said...

Wow! That looks so delicious, I'm getting hungry just staring at it, the interesting thing is that I just had lunch.

I love these photos Sonia! Seems to me you have gotten nice grasp on proper photos exposure. I like it!

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Dear all, Thank you so much for your time to stop by here and leave with your kind words, much appreciate.

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hanie said...

hi i have a question, in the bread recipe, u wrote 100 water roux starter..meaning only 100g needed?so can use 1 water roux starter 3 times?or is it after cooking it only becomes 100g?and how long u think the water roux can be kept in the fridge?

thanks!

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