Chicken or Turkey Sliders

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A slider is a bite-sized burger. The Americans originally came up with the term and no-one seems to be sure why, I can only assume it is because they slide down so easily when eaten! If you have older children, you could make these twice the size.

Chicken or Turkey Sliders
Prep
15 minutes
Cook
24 minutes
Best for
Makes
22 Sliders
Suitable for freezing

Ingredients

  • 3 slices white bread, crusts removed
  • 4 tbsp milk
  • 1 red onion (approx. 125 g), finely chopped
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 garlic clove, crushed
  • 250 g chicken or turkey mince
  • 2 tsp dark soy sauce
  • 3 tbsp tomato chutney
  • 1 tsp tomato purée
  • 2 tbsp sunflower oil, for frying
  • salt and pepper, to season

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Method

  1. Put the bread in a food processor and whiz to make breadcrumbs. Add the milk and leave to soak.
  2. Meanwhile, sauté the onion for 5 minutes in the olive oil until softened.
  3. Add the garlic and cook for a further minute.
  4. Transfer to a food processor and add the remaining ingredients. Season to taste and whiz for 1 minute to chop and combine.
  5. Heat the sunflower oil in a large frying pan. Drop the mixture by tablespoons into the pan.
  6. Press down slightly using a wet teaspoon. Sauté for 2–3 minutes on each side, or until golden and cooked through.
  7. Suitable for freezing uncooked: Put teaspoons of the mixture on a baking sheet lined with cling film. Cover with more cling film and freeze until soli then transer to a re-sealable box or bag.
  8. Defrost overnight and cook as above. Reheating is not recommended. 

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  • i cooked these last night and yummy, I couldn’t find tomato chutney so I winged it and used tomato pesto, blended one up with veggies for our 9 mo, and our 2 year old loved then, so did my husband and I I made them a bit bigger, so didn’t get 20 but I will make these again for sure, and I will freeze them for a perfect light lunch for my 2 year old as he doesn’t eat much at lunch time at all!

    louisejenkins_99
    24 Jan 2013

  • I am very pleased with this recipe. I used wholemeal bread and parsley. I didn’t cook the onion first and left out the garlic. I have made my own burgers and meat balls before… None have been as tender and moist as these. I will add bread to my own recipes in the future. Thank you

    Annabroad
    10 Jun 2012

  • has anyone made these using minced turkey??

    moirishchick
    05 Jun 2012

  • These taste amazing and although I was nervous as to whether they were cooked these were really simple to make and my little on happily munched on them.

    KellylouL
    30 May 2012

  • hi there… my 18 months old son who is SUPER pickey really liked these sliders… i am so thankful to you :)  stay blessed

    sararubab
    26 Dec 2011

  • Hi there.  . This sounds like a nice recipe.  . Will try it soon. Just tell me how to freeze it.? Thanks in advance

    sararubab
    25 Dec 2011

  • Really messed up these. The recipe said to put all ingredients in bowl and blitz so I put the sunflower oil in too! Then quickly realised my error!!

    katycwright
    22 Oct 2011

  • My 17 month old has been going through a very fussy eating phase but loved these. I varied the recipe slightly and grated in a carrot, marrow and some broccoli.

    ryder
    09 Mar 2011

  • My 11 month old son wolfed these down at tea time! Really easy to make too.

    MrsCD
    19 Jan 2011

  • This was a huge hit with my 13 month old daughter.  Great recipe!

    meganmenard
    28 Jun 2010

  • This recipe is pretty good. I like the flavors and texture of this dish.

    auto7820
    06 Jun 2010