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Bacon'd Chicken Burger

Cooking these from frozen yields the same result as thawed, and gives the patty a nice, consistent shape.

From Frozen:

To Open:

Run both sides of package under warm water for 30 seconds. Score burgers with a knife (serrated steak knife works well) on the bottom side opposite the label in an "X" shape like the picture below, running the knife over the edge of the burger a bit. Then pop the burgers right out of the package!

Stovetop:

STEP 1:

Preheat a non-stick pan over 7/10 heat.

STEP 2:

Add 1 teaspoon of high-heat cooking oil for each burger being cooked and the frozen burger(s) to the pan.

STEP 3:

Cook until burger reaches an internal temperature of 165°F (about 15 minutes total), flipping every 3-4 minutes to get an even crust on both sides. Transfer to a cutting board or plate to avoid overcooking and serve.

On the Grill:

STEP 1:

Preheat your grill on high heat. Oil your grill grates to avoid sticking.

STEP 2:

Add the patties and cook, flipping every 4-5 minutes to get an even crust on both sides

STEP 3:

Cook until burger reaches an internal temperature of 165°F (about 15 minutes total). Transfer to a cutting board or plate to avoid overcooking and serve.

Thawed:

Stovetop:

STEP 1:

Preheat a non-stick pan over 8/10 heat.

STEP 2:

Add 1 teaspoon of high-heat cooking oil for each burger being cooked and the burger(s) to the pan.

STEP 3:

Cook 3-4 minutes per side until burger reaches an internal temperature of 165°F (about 10 minutes total). Transfer to a cutting board or plate to avoid overcooking and serve.

On the Grill:

STEP 1:

Preheat your grill on high heat. Oil your grill grates to avoid sticking.

STEP 2:

Add the patties and cook, flipping every 4-5 minutes to get an even crust on both sides

STEP 3:

Cook until burger reaches an internal temperature of 165°F (about 10 minutes total). Transfer to a cutting board or plate to avoid overcooking and serve.

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