I went down today in Athens to Varvakeios agora to supply my kitchen with what I need. Of course, I also went through the spice shops. In there is a treasure, you find spices - and not only - you, delicious cooking suggestions, and a combination of flavors. I love hearing such stories βαια The mask of course does not let me smell, to understand the smell of any kind. I wait patiently looking around at the colorful spices, in their boxes. After the customers were served, I stayed to talk to the admittedly very helpful and really knowledgeable of his work, salesman. I stopped short of curry. As a dream, its smell took me back… then ..in the School of Tourism Professions… that as a child I ate chicken with curry for the first time. You see, mom did not use curry in her cooking. Ever since whenever I smell curry is the first thing I think. The University!! We have all combined some smells with events or people in our lives. Anyway, not to mention, I got fresh curry (the other one I have at home is old, so it has lost its power), to make a recipe with it. The classic curry (with the yolk color), you combine it perfectly with almost all types of food. From vegetables, to fish, meat, poultry, rice, shellfish, legumes, even in sauces, dairy (c. Milk, yogurt, coconut milk, almond, etc.). So I decide to make, since I have minced chicken, to make chicken burger in the oven with curry.
- 500 g minced chicken
- 2 onions passed in the grater
- 2 tablespoons garlic puree
- 2 egg whites
- Or chopped parsley
- 1 tbsp chopped coriander
- 30g olive oil
- 30 g of liquid soda
- 2-3 slices of stale bread or cake (breadcrumbs)
- 1 cup curry
- Cayenne salt-pepper.
- Saute our onion to remove the liquids and to leave the "abscess" of the onion. Once the color changes a little from the sautéing, take it off the heat and put it in a bowl. Knead the stale bread in the onion (take out the crust), and add the soda.
- Put the rest of our ingredients in a bowl, add the ingredients we have in the bowl, knead well to homogenize the ingredients, and put the minced meat in the fridge and leave it for 2-3 hours for the ingredients to bring out their aromas and taste. Then shape them into burgers, and bake them in the oven or on a grill.