Turn on the oven to grill the bacon. You can also do this in a frying pan ofcourse, whatever you find easiest. The buns you can also grill in the oven or in a frying pan or grill pan.
But the chicken thighs into the kitchenprocessor and add garlic, onion, salt, pepper, ginger, paprika and the chipotles to it. Process until you have a ground chicken mix that is not too fine but also not too chunky. It needs to stay together. Add a tbsp of flour and half an egg. Stir together
Fry a little bit of the mixture (like a dime sized mini hamburger) of the chicken mixture to taste if it is to your liking. If not, add pepper or salt.
In the meantime make your guacamole according to the recipe.
Grill the bacon in the oven and grill the buns at the same time. Pay attention as it can go really fast all of a sudden. Let the bacon drain on kitchenpaper.
Shape a burger of your chicken mixture. This is a little tricky because the mix is a little difficult to handle and sticky, but it will all be allright once you bake it. Lay the burger into the panko (which you put on a plate to prepare) and roll it through the crumbs.
Heat a pan with a little oil and a bit of butter and bake the burger golden and cooked. This should take about 3-4 minutes each side. Add a bit of cheddar at the last minute and let that melt along with the burger.
Take your roasted buns and spread the bottom with Hellmann's. Put the lettuce on top and on the lettuce add a good layer of guacamole. Put the burger on top of the guacamole and cover with the pickled peppers and the bacon. End with a good squeeze of tomato ketchup and a good spoon of Hellmann's.
Eating the burger is something else entirely and the idea is to grab the burger with two hands and fold your fingers around the edges so the content cannot slide out of the burger. And than take a big bite!