Nothing yells summer more than BBQ burgers and we love making our own, the options of adding onions, cheese etc inside the burgers appeals a lot more than pre made ones.
We love sushi and Japanese foods so when Yutaka got in touch to try a new BBQ combo of their products we knew we just had to try it out. The recipe below makes 6 Yutaka Burgers
2 small red onions, finely chopped
2 crushed fat garlic cloves
500g lean minced beef
2 tbsp Yutaka Panko breadcrumbs
1 tbsp Yutaka miso sauce
1 tbsp Yutaka Yakiniku sauce
Salt & pepper
½ – 1 tsp (depending on taste) Yutaka Wasabi paste
Sliced onion rings
Sliced pepper rings
Place onions, garlic, breadcrumbs, meat, sauces and salt and pepper in a food processor until combined. With wet hands shape 6 burgers, cover and chill.
BBQ burgers (brushed with BBQ sauce), mushrooms, onion rings and peppers until cooked. Cut burger buns in half and place insides down on BBQ until slightly toasted. Mix mayonnaise with Wasabi paste. Slice mushrooms.
Now stack – on half of the bun place some salad leaves, then the burger, onions, peppers, mushrooms top with the Wasabi mayonnaise and put the lid on the burger. Serve with sushi rice, poached asparagus sprinkled with Yutaka Sesame seeds and green leaves and enjoy!
Call me weird but I love having avocado and mozzarella in my burders and popped inside a toasted brioche bun these burgers were by far our favourite so far! We have made lots over time but I think the addition of the Yakiniku and Miso sauces added a whole different element, we all really enjoyed them, even the girls with their mini burgers!
We were sent the Yutaka ingredients to make the burgers. All views and opinions are our own and genuine.
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