Minty Chicken Sliders

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This recipe is inspired from the very famous South Asian seekh kebabs, a popular street-side snack. Using chicken makes it healthier compared other red meat sliders, but trust us -- it's equally satisfying. Quick to prepare, these mini treats are a definite crowd pleaser!

For the Sliders

For the Minty Yogurt Dip

For the Pickled Onions

Prepare the Pickled Onions

Mix all the pickled onion ingredients in a small container with a lid. Shake well with the lid on and let it sit for at least half an hour before use.

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Prepare the Minty Yogurt Dip

Blend all the ingredients needed for the minty yogurt dip in a blender. Keep refrigerated.

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Prepare and Make the Sliders

Mix together all the slider ingredients, except the chopped onions, and refrigerate for at least 1 to 2 hrs in a covered container.

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After the chicken mix has been refrigerated for 1 to 2 hours, mix in the chopped onions. Now you're ready to grill!

Form patties depending on the size of hamburger buns. I made around 3 ½- to 4-inch patties and ended up with a total of six burgers.

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Grill the patties, turning halfway through. The sliders can easily be grilled, cooked on a stove-top or baked in the oven. Cooking times will vary according to medium of cooking. For safety, use a meat thermometer to check the internal temperature of the burgers.

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For this tutorial, I used an indoor panini press and it took around 16 to 18 minutes.

Assemble the sliders and serve with the minty yogurt dip and pickled onions on the side. Enjoy!

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