How to Prepare Super Quick Homemade Hambagu (Japanese Hamburger steak)

Hambagu (Japanese Hamburger steak). Japanese Hamburger Steak, or we call it Hambāgu (ハンバーグ) or Hambāgu Steak (ハンバーグステーキ), is a popular dish enjoyed both at home and at Yoshoku (Japanese style western food) restaurants. It's a steak made from ground meat and usually served with rice rather than buns. Hambāgu is the Japanese transliteration of the word Hamburger.

Heat oil in a pan and saute hamburgers over medium heat. Turn over and saute the other side. Remove the lid and cook until the water is gone.

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Japanese Hamburger Steak, or we call it Hambāgu (ハンバーグ) or Hambāgu Steak (ハンバーグステーキ), is a popular dish enjoyed both at home and at Yoshoku (Japanese style western food) restaurants. It's a steak made from ground meat and usually served with rice rather than buns. Hambāgu is the Japanese transliteration of the word Hamburger.

To get started with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can have hambagu (japanese hamburger steak) using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Hambagu (Japanese Hamburger steak):

  1. {Prepare 200 g of minced beef.
  2. {Get 1 of egg.
  3. {Get 1 handful of panko crumbs.
  4. {Get Pinch of salt.
  5. {Prepare Pinch of black pepper.
  6. {Get 1 tbsp of Italian spice.
  7. {Make ready Pinch of ground cardamom (optional, gives more depth to the taste).

The Japanese Hamburger Steak – Hambagu is a Western-style beef burger steak pan-fried and flavored with a thick, savory gravy. Filipinos love burgers and this dish has all the familiar flavors of a soy sauce-based entree. For my recipe version, I used both ground beef and ground pork. This cooks quick and easy for a family meal any day.

Steps to make Hambagu (Japanese Hamburger steak):

  1. Mix ground beef with all the seasoning in a bowl..
  2. Add more panko crumbs if mixture is still too wet to mould into shape..
  3. Shape into burger patties about 1 inch thick..
  4. Place patties into fry pan on medium high heat and cook one side for 2 minutes. Flip them over and cook until liquid starts to ooze out (indication of medium rare). Remove from pan and let rest for 5 more minutes before serving (to get perfect medium well). If well done is desired, turn off the heat and cover the pan for 5 minutes..
  5. While resting aside or in the covered pan, toast burger buns in oven or another fry pan over low heat. Prepare sliced cheese, lettuce and tomato for garnishing. I also squeeze some ketchup and Japanese mayo to complete the dish. Serve and enjoy!.

Hamburger Steak, or Hambagu (ハンバーグ), is a popular dish enjoyed at home and Yoshoku (Western food) restaurants. It's a fusion food of Japanese and Western cooking styles, so it is a little different than your usual hamburger. The first difference is quite obvious: it's missing a bun! Japanese Hamburg Steak, or Hambāgu (ハンバーグステーキ) as it's known in Japan, is like a single serving meatloaf with a tender, juicy patty that's loaded with flavor and glazed with a sweet and savory sauce. Hambaagu (ハンバーグ) is Japanese interpretation of Salisbury steak.

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