Total TimePrep/Total Time: 15 min.
If it falls apart, refrigerate patties for 10 or 15 minutes before frying. An egg or two will also help.
This recipe is a great way to use leftover chicken. Reminiscent of the chicken croquettes I get at our local diner, I only made 2 adjustments. I didn't have green onions so I used 1 teaspoon of dried onion flakes instead and decided to add an egg to the mixture to help hold the patties together.... I also did not use lemon juice since I didn't have a lemon on hand. The finished patties were very tasty but a bit dry (thus 4 stars instead of 5). Next time I make them, I'll serve them with a creamy mushroom sauce.
FELL APART I FOLLOWED THE EXACT RECIPE ?? but they tasted like fried chicken lol
I made these rather quickly, my kids ate picky so I made them into sandwiches. I got mixed reviews but it's a good recipe I did use egg to bind and put some mustard in it. Also, I used bread crumbs just be be sure they would not fall apart.
These are delicious! Mine do not fall apart. I have made these many many times and this recipe is a keeper!
Fell apart, not much seasoning listed . Family hated it. 2 stars
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These are delicious! My boys love them.
my 3 yr old that is a fussy eater loved this. Changes I made. Took the egg advice, instead of crackers I put wheat germ and some dijon mustard. Yummy!
Nothing extraordinary, but a good, quick dinner solution.