Chicken burgers (Salt n Pepper copycat recipe)

I  grew up eating chicken burgers from Salt n Pepper in Lahore. As I grew older I skillfully upped my game to their stuffed chicken with pineapple sauce, but every time I go back, I still have a burger for old times sake. The last time I was lucky enough to devour such burger was over a year ago sadly, so I find myself missing it. This week I took it upon myself to crack their recipe, and I got it!

As is with all good recipes, you’ll be shocked at the simplicity of the ingredients. Everything is readily available, and if you run your kitchen like a Pakistani that misses all things Pakistan, you’ll definitely have all these ingredients in your house at all times.

Here’s what you’ll need for 6 burgers

1 pound boneless chicken cubes

1/2 cup green onions

1/4 cup onions or shallots

1 Tblspn vinegar

1 tsp mustard 

1/2 tsp salt

1/3 tsp white pepper

1/3 tsp black pepper

1/4 tsp chilli powder

1/4 tsp chilli flakes

1/4 tsp garlic powder

1 slice of bread

2 Tblspn milk

1 egg

2-3 Tblspn corn flour

Burgers buns

3 Tblspn Mayo + 2 Tblspn ketchup

Place the slice of bread in a plate and pour the milk over, letting it soak in.

Add your chicken, green onions, onions, vinegar, mustard and spices to a food processor. Blitz 4-5 times.

Then add the soaked bread and egg and blitz until everything is mixed into a paste like mixture. Remove to a bowl and add in the corn flour. Mix well and refrigerate for at least 1 hour, but 2-3 hours is better.

Heat some oil in a frying pan. Divide the chicken mixture into 6 portions and shape into kababs. Pan fry on a medium flame for 2-3 minutes on either side.

Toast the burgers buns in a little butter. Mix the mayo and ketchup together. Spread the mayo mixture on both sides of the bun and layer a burger patty in between.

That’s all there is to it. No lettuce, no tomatoes or cucumbers. Just a soft burger bun toasted to perfection, some mayo and ketchup and the star of the show, the chicken burger patty. Fries are recommended, of course. 


2 thoughts on “Chicken burgers (Salt n Pepper copycat recipe)

  1. Ali

    Is this the same recipe for the beef burgers. I’ve been going crazy searching for S&P burgers recipe since ages and living abroad doesn’t make it easier 😦
    Also I believe the sauce (mayo ketchup) has something else added by them and they put lots of black pepper also. But will definitely try.
    Let me know if u come across the beef burger recipe or something close.

    1. fatimarana

      I don’t think this is similar to their beef burger, but I have a few other beef burger recipes up you can try! And You can definitely add ore seasoning to the sauce, I usually keep things medium for kids as well!

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