- 1 pound ground chicken breast
- 2 cups zucchini (grated, leave peel on)
- 3 green onions (sliced)
- 4 tablespoons cilantro (minced)
- 1 clove garlic (minced)
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
|Calories180Calories from Fat80|
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|Calories from Fat80|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Brigette Little 10 days ago
These were awesome! The flavor and texture were great. We paired them with a little jalapeño cilantro ranch sauce for dipping
Chana 19 Nov 2018
was good. felt like it was missing something. would doctor it if i made jt again. served with marinara sauce to improve taste was good
Anne Kelly 19 Aug 2018
They were good but a little bland so I added some chicken spices to it. I didn’t have any ripe avocados to make the dip but I would make these again. I did cut the salt in half because I usually don’t add salt to my food unless necessary.
qwerty machado 7 Jun 2018
Very good! I would definitely play around with how finely you grate the zucchini to get different textures. Also play around with the seasoning, I added hamburger seasoning because I felt it tasted a bit bland.
Vidican 28 Mar 2018
These turned out pretty good besides the salt! Wow sooo much salt! I made them the second time around and barely used a fraction of what was recommended. Much better! Had to try the popper/pattie a little longer than the directions recommended. It all depends on how thick your popper is. Thanks for the recipe!
Nancy Firestone 24 Mar 2018
They would not hold together at all - made a huge mess and the flavor wasn’t worth the hassle
Amy Nelson 2 Mar 2018
My family loved these. I found them easier to cook in a wok. While I like them...I wish I had added some more flavor...Like red pepper flakes or some extra garlic powder and/or sun-dried tomatoes paste. However....They were easy, yummy and healthy.
Hannah Mohr 28 Feb 2018
Did not hold together it turned into a chicken zucchini crumble. Not impressed.
Dave 24 Jan 2018
These turned out great. Kids liked them too.
Jen M. 18 Jan 2018
It was great. We added some crushed red pepper and italian seasoning because we love spices. So going to make it a regular.
Tim 12 Jan 2018
Great!! I would definitely make this again!
Amanda 20 Dec 2017
Delicious! I made them for a holiday party with a sriracha mayo dipping sauce, so yummy!
Sandra Barbalena 9 Dec 2017
Mi hija quedo súper satisfecha con esta deliciosa receta.
Ash 28 Jul 2017
Was so yummy. It's hard to find quick and easy recipes for lunches, but this was definitely satisfying especially with a side of homemade guacamole.
Robyn Renee Kiener 19 Jun 2017
Lovely. Remaking it with quinoa and potatoes for tacos...
Jenn 16 Jan 2017
Followed the recipe and cooked them in coconut oil. Super yummy, they don't even need a dipping sauce.
Julie V. 11 Oct 2016
Yummy indeed!!!! A new staple! Made it as it called. Even my three year old loved them! We dipped them in ranch. :)
Amy Linares 2 Jul 2016
These are fantastic. Because I'm dieting, I put them in a mini muffin pan & baked them. They came out great & the whole family enjoyed them.
Amy Nicole 26 May 2016
We loved these. I used squash instead of zucchini because that's what I had. I also added some hot peppers.
Kathy T. 21 Jan 2016
Simple and delicious. The zucchini makes for very moist poppers. Tried them for the 2nd time last night but grilled them instead. Thumbs up on the grill