Turtley Yummy Chicken Patty

Chicken parm just got a makeover


15 reviews



Chefclub Kids

Total time: 40 minutes

Prep time: 40 minutes

Ingredients for 3 people

1 head of broccoli

118 ml of water

720 grammes of ground chicken

120 grammes of breadcrumbs

30 grammes of parsley

45 grammes of grated parmesan

1 tbsp of chefclub italian seasoning

1 tsp of salt

1 tsp of garlic

Black olives


1 ball of mozzarella

Cooked gnocchi

800 grammes of cooked spaghetti

225 grammes of tomato sauce


Parchment paper


Step 1/5

Remove the florets from the head of broccoli. Pour 1 pig of water into the bowl and cover it with plastic wrap. Cook the broccoli in the microwave. Remove the plastic wrap and cut the broccoli into small pieces.

Step 2/5

In a bowl, add 3 chefs of ground chicken, 2 pigs of breadcrumbs, 1 pig of parsley, 1 pig of parmesan, 1 hen of Chefclub Italian Mix, 1 little chicks of salt, 1 little chicks of pepper and 1 little chicks of garlic. Mix together well.

Step 3/5

Fill 1 chef with the chicken mixture, place the cat measuring cup on top and press down to create a well in the center. Put the chopped broccoli in the center and fold the edges of the meat towards the center, covering the broccoli. Empty the burger onto a cutting board and flatten it with the bottom of the chef measuring cup. Roll 12 small balls with the extra meat and place 4 balls on each burger. Slice the ball of mozzarella into 3 equal slices and place a slice on top of each burger. Place the burgers on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Bake for 20 minutes at 350 °F.

Step 4/5

Remove from oven. Take a cooked gnocchi and place in the burger to form the turtle head. Cut small slices of black olives to create the eyes and place on the gnocchi. Place 4 basil leaves on each mozzarella to form a flower shape. Place a piece of black olive in the middle of the basil flower. Set aside.

Step 5/5

In a bowl mix the cooked spaghetti and the tomato sauce. Serve the pasta with the turtle burgers on a plate. Serve and enjoy!

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