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Japanese Hamburger Steak

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A Japanese take on the classic burger patty. It's soft and delicious.

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Ingredients: 

Onion, 1 half
Panko, 50 grams approximately
Milk, 2 Tbsp
Ground pork, 250 grams
Ground beef, 250 grams
Egg, 1 large egg
Garlic, 1 clove, crushed
Nutmeg, 1/4 tsp
Salt, pepper
Vegetable oil


  1. Start by finely mincing the onion.
  2. Sweat the onions until golden with some vegetable oil and let them cool in a bowl.
  3. In a small bowl, put panko and milk together, and whisk until the panko has soaked all the milk.
  4. When the onion has finished cooling down, put all the ingredients in a large bowl.
  5. Mix the ingredients, and start kneeding until the mixture has become quite sticky.
  6. Divide the bowl into four equal portions and put some oil on your hands so that the patties don't stick.
  7. Take one portion of your mixture, and start tossing it between your hands a few times to release all the air inside.
  8. Start shaping your patty, making sure to keep it oval-shaped and checking that the top part isn't all flattened out.
  9. Repeat step 7 and 8 until all your patties are done, and put them on a plate to refrigerate in the fridge for thirty minutes.
  10. Take out your patties, indent them on the top in the center and start frying them in some vegetable oil.
  11. Cook them for about 4 minutes over medium heat, making sure to flip only when the bottom side is nicely seared.
  12. Turn down the heat to medium low, cover and cook them for 4 or 5 more minutes.

 

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