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CFC – Cruelty Free Chicken Burger with Rice Paper Bacon and Sriracha Mayo

CFC – Cruelty Free Chicken Burger with Rice Paper Bacon and Sriracha Mayo

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If you like fast food made from scratch, you’re gonna love this burger. Because everything is home-made here: The bun, the patty, the rice paper bacon and the sauce. You won’t have to work in the kitchen for hours, but you’ll have to consider, that the dough will need some time to rise and the patties need time to bake. A great combination is the bacon with the “chicken” patty. I made it from rice paper and a tangy marinade. You bake it in the oven to get it really crispy. It tastes great on sandwiches or as a topping on a salad. Also to mix up you scrambled tofu, it will be delicious. You’re gonna love it!

I made the patty from chickpeas, artichokes, breadcrumbs and corn flour and coated it with more breadcrumbs. To get that special texture, try not to overmix the chickpeas and artichokes. The patties are easily prepared in a food processor.

I baked the patties in the oven, so that they are less fat and even more crispy. You can also omit the coating and fry the patties in a pan with some oil. If you form little nuggets, you can prepare yourself a chicken nugget burger. I would recommend a sweet chili sauce with that.If you like it hot, feel free to use more sriracha in you mayo or reduce it, when you like a hint of spiciness. The amount I used in this recipe results in a light, pleasing spiciness. You can use store-bought mayo or make it in two minutes.

I wish you happy feasting!



4.8 from 4 reviews
Vegan Chicken Burger with Rice Paper Bacon and Sriracha Mayo
Gang/Type: Main Dish
Ergibt/Yield: 6 Burgers
For the burger buns:
  • 1 tbs (golden) flaxseed, ground
  • 1 Pk. dry yeast
  • 1 tbs sugar
  • 1/2 cup warm water
  • 1/2 cup warm non-dairy milk
  • 1 tbs neutral-tasting oil
  • 375 g (13.25 oz) white flour - spelt or wheat
  • 1 tsp salt
  • Sesame seeds to sprinkle over

For the "chicken" patties:
  • 1 small onion
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 250 g ( 1 14-oz can) chickpeas
  • 250 g ( 1 14-oz can) artichokes
  • 1/2 cup corn flour
  • 1/2 cup breadcrumbs
  • 4 tsp herb vingegar
  • 1 tsp liquid smoke
  • salt
  • pepper
For the coating:
  • 3 tbs (golden) flaxseed, ground
  • 1/2 cup water
  • breadcrumbs
  • salt
  • pepper
  • paprika
  • oil for the tray

For the rice paper bacon:
  • 4 sheets rice paper
  • 2 tbs olive oil
  • 2 tbs soy sauce - or tamari
  • 2 tbs nutritional yeast flakes
  • 1 tsp liquid smoke
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1 tsp maple syrup

For the sriracha mayo:
  • 3 tbs vegan mayo
  • 3 tbs soy joghurt
  • 1/2 tsp mustard
  • 1/2 tsp maple syrup
  • 1/2 tsp lemon juice
  • 1/2 tsp sriracha
  • salt
  • 6 big salad leaves
  • at will: side dish of your choice - crispy potatoes for example
  1. Start with the burger buns. Preheat the oven to 50° C (120° F) and turn it off. Combine all ingredients and mix well. Knead in the machine for about 5 minutes or 10 minutes by hand. Put the dough in a bowl, sprinkle with some flour, cover with a kitchen towel and let rise for 45 - 60 minutes in the warm oven, a wooden spoon wedged in the door.

  2. While the dough rises, prepare the patties. Drain the chickpeas and artichokes and squeeze out the excess water of the artichokes. In a food processor chop the onion and garlic very fine. Then add the chickpeas and chop in rough pieces, do so to the artichokes. Then add the rest of the ingredients and mix until just combined. Don't overmix. Pour into an airtight container and let rest in the fridge.

  3. When the dough doubled its size, drop it on a flour dusted surface and cut into 6 pieces, preheat the oven to 50° C (120° F) once again. Don't knead the pieces, just fold them into bun shapes and put them (fold on the bottom) on a lined baking tray. Cover with a kitchen towel and let rise for another 20 minutes.

  4. After that heat up the oven to 180° C (360° F), coat the buns with some warm water and sprinkle over sesame seeds. Bake in the oven for about 20 minutes until they start to brown, but are still soft. Let cool on a cooling rack.

  5. Remove the patty mix from the fridge, divide in six pieces, roll it into balls and flatten. Combine flaxseed and water in a deep dish and let thicken. Mix a cup of breadcrumbs in a deep dish and season with salt, pepper and paprika. Line a baking tray with parchment paper, spray with some olive oil and preheat the oven to 200° C (390° F). First dip the patties in the flaxseed then toss around in the breadcrumbs until completely covered. Pour on the tray and spray with some olive oil. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes, turn once after 15 minutes.

  6. Bake the rice paper bacon underneath the patties. Combine the ingredients for the marinade. Hold a sheet of rice paper under running water for a few seconds, fold in the middle and cut into strips. Take one strip and dip it in the marinade until completely covered and put on a lined baking tray. Proceed until all strips are next to each other on the tray. Bake for 5 - 10 minutes. The rice paper bacon burns easily, so keep an eye on it after 5 minutes.

  7. For the sriracha mayo combine all ingredients and season with salt.

  8. Slice the buns in half and put them with the cutting surface on a toaster and roast them a bit. Arrange the salad leaves on the bottoms and pour the sauce over. Then add the patties and bacon strips, cover with the tops.
Have a mixed salad or crispy potatoes with your burgers


  1. Robert
    Thursday November 8th, 2018 / 07:22 AM

    Hallo Rina,

    Einfach super lecker!
    Als kleiner Tipp am Rande, wenn man bei der Panade der Pattys noch ein paar Kornflakes zerbröselt
    und mit untermischt hat man einen “Crispy-Chicken” 😉
    Wirklich ein super Rezept, danke dafür

    • Rina
      Thursday November 8th, 2018 / 07:51 AM

      Lieber Robert,
      das ist eine gute Idee!
      Vielen Dank für deine Bewertung.
      Liebe Grüße

  2. Calvin
    Saturday November 26th, 2016 / 10:03 AM

    Hey, ich habe gestern das Rezept ausprobiert. Leider war mein Pattie doch sehr trocken Geworden, ALLERDINGS habe ich die Panade weggelassen, war das der Fehler oder hast du noch einen Trick parat wie er eventuell etwas NACHBEFEUCHTEN könnte? Einfach nur Wasser oder Öl wollte ich jetzt nicht hinzugeben…Oder hätte ich mich das Ruhig trauen können?
    Beste Grüße 🙂

    • Rina
      Saturday November 26th, 2016 / 10:16 AM

      Hallo Calvin,
      die Panade sorgt dafür, dass die Feuchtigkeit im Patty bleibt, ja.
      Da die Burgerpatties aber ja gar nicht groß gegart werden müssen, könntest du sie beim nächsten Mal, wenn du keine Panade verwendest in Öl in der Pfanne braten. So garen sie nicht so lange und haben weniger Zeit auszutrocknen.
      Liebe Grüße

      • Calvin
        Monday November 28th, 2016 / 08:30 AM

        Ich hatte noch einen Rest übrig von der Patiemaße, da hab ich noch etwas Olivenöl hinzugefügt damit der Teig nicht ganz so zerfällt. Anschließend kleine Frikadellen geformt und angebraten. Superlecker! Werde es demnächst aber auch mal mit der Panade ausprobieren. Und mal gucken welche Rezepte aus deinen Blog demnächst mein Abendessen werden 😀

        • Rina
          Monday November 28th, 2016 / 08:44 AM

          Eine gute Idee!
          Viel Spaß beim Ausprobieren meiner Rezepte! ?

  3. Hella
    Sunday June 26th, 2016 / 08:58 PM

    Hört sich absolut köstlich an!

    • Rina
      Sunday June 26th, 2016 / 08:59 PM

      Liebe Hella,
      das ist er auch!
      Liebe Grüße

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