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"Reuben Hills' spicy chicken brioche burger is so addictive I
want to make it for myself - and friends. Would you ask the
restaurant for their recipe?"
Finn Williams, Darlinghurst, NSW
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Note Begin this recipe a day ahead to marinate the chicken and pickle the slaw. Reuben Hills use Brasserie Bread brioche rolls. Dried Mexican oregano, chipotle chilli in adobe, green habanero hot sauce and chipotle hot sauce are available from select delicatessens and online from montereyfoods.com.au and fireworksfoods.com.au.