Chicken Burgers with Curried Cabbage Slaw~{Indian Inspired} #SundaySupper

I really look forward to this time of the year when the air is filled with the smokiness of the grill.Its the official barbecue season and everywhere you see people are having a great time with their friends and family!Also a great time to enjoy burgers,grilled foods,salads and anything cold .

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As the 4th of July nears, I’ve decided to serve my guests a delicious Indian style burger with a curried cabbage slaw!Its absolutely delicious and super easy to make even at the last minute.The juicy chicken patties, that are flavored with Indian spices combined with the fresh mint make them irresistible!Grilled to perfection these are a great variation from the usual and could also be served as an appetizer with a salad for your next party!

Curried Cabbage Slaw
The slaw is amazing and reminds me of the coronation sauce I’ve had in the UK!The crunchy cabbage with a hint of curry with the creamy mayo and the sweet honey results in the perfect slaw to accompany my burgers!I’ve used a light Canola Oil Mayonnaise (has no eggs)sold at Whole Foods that’s super delicious and healthy!

An Indian Inspired summer meal for this barbecue season, that’s to die for~

Chicken Burgers with Curried Cabbage Slaw~{Indian Inspired}


    Burger Buns-5-6
  • 1 Large Tomato-Sliced
  • Lettuce leaves-5
  • For the Burger:
  • Chicken Mince-1lb
  • Ground ginger/garlic - 1 tbsp
  • Ground Coriander-1/2 tbsp
  • Ground Cumin-1/2 tbsp
  • Red Chilli powder (Cayenne)-1/2 tsp
  • Fresh Mint - 1/2 cup chopped
  • Salt-to taste
  • Oil -to grill
  • For the Curried Cabbage Slaw:
  • Shredded White Cabbage-2 cups
  • Canola Oil Mayonnaise-3/4 cup
  • Curry Powder-1 tbsp
  • Honey-2 tbsp
  • Salt-to taste
  • Pepper-1/2 tsp


  1. Mix together all the slaw ingredients and refrigerate.
  2. Mix together the burger ingredients either by hand or in a food processor.Make 5-6 round shaped patties from the mixture and keep aside.
  3. Preheat the outdoor grill for medium heat.
  4. Lightly oil the grill grate and grill the burgers about 5-6 minutes on each side until fully cooked.Move the patties to a cooler area of the grill to keep warm.
  5. Lightly grill the buns.Now assemble the burger.
  6. Take the bottom part of a bun and place a tomato slice.Top it up with a lettuce leaf followed by a chicken patty.Spoon 2 tbsp of the slaw over the patty and top with the other half of the bun.Your burger is ready!

Check out the fabulous menu for some great ideas for the 4th of July!Its a SundaySupper that’s not to be missed J

Main Dishes:

Salads and Sides:
Fabulous Pairings by Martin from ENOFYLZ



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  1. says

    This is perfect meal for my upcoming get together with my neighbor family who’s Indian. She doesn’t make to many Western food, and I think she’ll LOVE this! Thanks for the recipe and inspiration!

  2. says

    I love the flavors in that burger, it sounds really delicious! Hubby and I like finding new fun flavors to combine when we grill:-) I need to work with curry more, that slaw sounds fun:-) Hugs, Terra

  3. says

    With the spices added, we don’t need the extra topping of chili sauce on top, what more even the slaw is curried. Yum to this, I would like to try with lamb but all the rest as your recipe.

  4. says

    I have to say that with our first 3-weeks into summer break we have overdosed on burgers. But I’d definitely take a bite (or more!) out of this one!

  5. says

    This looks so amazing! Daddy F and I are trying to eat less red meat (I know, naughty Texans!) so we will have to try this one out! Thanks!


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