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Kimchi Burgers

2BAMBAM42BAMBAM4 Posts: 51

I enjoy making things just a bit different than the norm.  Had some kimchi and some burger and thought I do like Korean BBQ,  but don't have what I need,  but do for burgers.   So here's my go at the burger.  

Burger:
2lb Ground beef
1/4c Finely diced kimchi
1/4c caramelized onions
5 clove Korean pickled garlic
Drizzle Coconut nectar 



Mix together, rest in fridge to chill (30min)

Glaze:
1/4c Teriyaki
3tbsp Orange Juice
1tbsp Honey
Gochujang (to taste)
brush on while cooking for a nice glaze


Aiole:
1/4c Kweepee mayo
Toasted Sesame oil (drizzle)
Gochujang (to taste)
1-2 tsp Tamari
Coconut nectar (drizzle l

Cook:
Chilled parties onto direct grill.   Let cook 5 min baste, flip baste, etc
When done sprinkle with Sesame seeds.  They stick nicely to the glaze. 

Build:
Smear the roll, add pattie cover in thinly sliced cabbage,  drizzle aiole over cabbage cut and enjoy! 

Comments

  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 24,248
    Great looking burgers and that's quite a load of prep work.  
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  • Interesting!  How did they taste?
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  • @JohnInCarolina

    The kimchi mixture when cooked in the burger lost the strong pungent kimchi flavors. Yet,  they were still present,  just not like the fresh from the crock pow of kimchi, more subtle.  Really juicy.  The glaze gave a nice caramelized exterior to the burger with a sweet heat.  The cabbage, has to be very thin sliced cut, added a nice crunch. 

    This will be a keeper. Let me know if you give it a try. 
  • calikingcaliking Posts: 15,631
    Dude... I love this. Especially the aioli. 

    Looks like the burgers held together well, without any type of binder. That's a plus. 

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  • @caliking

    I've found chilling the burger tends to keep them from crumbling when cooking... 


  • 2BAMBAM4 said:
    @JohnInCarolina

    The kimchi mixture when cooked in the burger lost the strong pungent kimchi flavors. Yet,  they were still present,  just not like the fresh from the crock pow of kimchi, more subtle.  Really juicy.  The glaze gave a nice caramelized exterior to the burger with a sweet heat.  The cabbage, has to be very thin sliced cut, added a nice crunch. 

    This will be a keeper. Let me know if you give it a try. 
    In the past I have used kimchi almost like a slaw, for sliders.  It’s great like that as it retains its usual crunch and freshness.  

    But your burgers look great.  I’m glad they came out well.  Worth trying for sure.  
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