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Monday, October 30, 2006 

Zinger Burger...

For 2 chicken burgers:

* Chicken breast 1
* Egg 1
* Mustard paste 1 tsp
* White pepper powder 1 tsp
* Corn flour 1 tbsp
* Maida 2 tbsp
* Milk 2 tbsp
* Salt
* Vinegar 1 tbsp
* Mayo 2 tbsp
* Burger buns

Cut chicken breast into half flatly so that the thickness is divided and you have two flat breast pieces.
Marinate chicken breast in vinegar, mustard sauce, white pepper powder and salt for half an hour.
Beat the egg, add maida, cornflour, milk and salt into a batter.
Dip chicken in the batter and shallow fry them on medium heat for around 8-10 minutes till you get a crispy brown coating. Cutting the breast pieces flat will cook the chicken better.
Slit the burger bun and put the chicken on it. Add mayo, lettuce, cheese, spring onions, tomatoes, etc etc as per your choice.

Arey! kya kahe...u'r blog is growing more n more gorgeous...with such wonderful dishes...I'm running short of superlatives...btw do u know the recipe of patiala shahi murgh..somebody has left this request in my blog...if u know I can redirect them to u'r blog...

many thanks doc for your kind words... i know a recipe of Mughal Shahi Murgh... i will give it a try and let you know :-)

THATS my recpie (ok not mine ) but i made it before him *slap* indian 123 copy cat .

*slap* drama queen i gave you the recipe to try... so it was mine *snooty*

Saleem, i used this recipe as a base and made something similiar. I made so many changes that i probably cant rate the recipe but it turned out awesome. I didnt have chicken breast pieces so i made keema out of small boneless pieces. Then since i was out of mustard sauce, i marinated the mix desi style in chapli kabab mix and salt and pepper. And fried using the batter you recommended. My husband really loved it and so did i. In the end you couldnt tell if i used keema or whole chicken breast. Thanks for sharing this!

Wow the variation sounds yummier... i will try to replicate it as well :-)

good to know you all liked it...

OMG, i tried these and they were sOOo goooddd.....i hOpe u never think abt taking down ur site ever...cuz its gona stay with me 4 a reaLLL long time!!!!


thanks :-)

I am not planning to take this website down anytime soon so nothing to worry.

Mouthwatering recipe. Thanks for sharing this.


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