this low gi recipe has been adapted from a recipe in michelle trute's 'cooking with conscience book 2' which focuses on low-fat, low gi, easily prepared food. in making this, i processed the garlic and zucchini and used a small amount of oil to panfry the patties in a non-stick pan, and added a dollop of tzaziki on top of the burgers. zaar would not allow me to include tzatziki as an ingredient, so i've included greek yoghurt which is what i'd use if i had no tzatziki on hand. if you haven't tried greek yoghurt before, it's much creamier than other yoghurts. and if you want a good recipe for tzatziki, i recommend ravenseyes’ recipe #306901 or recipe #157176. 160 grams of ground chicken = just over 5 ounces of ground chicken.
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