"Pumpkin and minced meat hamburger" recipe! The strong sweetness of pumpkin and the umami of minced meat!
|Material ( For 2-3 people )|
|Minced chicken (even minced pork)||200g (7.05oz)|
|Salt and pepper||Appropriate amount|
Introducing the "Pumpkin and minced meat hamburger" recipe. Hokuhoku sweet and voluminous! It's delicious, so it's also recommended as a side dish for lunch boxes.
Pumpkin and minced meat hamburger
materialClick here for what to prepare.
Pumpkin 150g (5.29oz)
Minced chicken (even minced pork) 200g (7.05oz)
1/4 onion Salt and pepper Appropriate amount Oil Appropriate amount Sake 1 tablespoon
2 tbsp sauce
2 tbsp ketchup
How to makeRemove the seeds and cotton from the pumpkin and cut into bite-sized pieces. Place in a heat-resistant container and heat in a microwave for 4-5 minutes to soften.
Peel and chop the onions. Place in a heat-resistant container and heat in the microwave for about 1 minute.
Combine the pumpkin and onions and mash them with a fork or masher while still warm. Let it cool when it becomes smooth.
Add minced meat and salt and pepper to another bowl and knead lightly until sticky. Add cold pumpkin and onions here and mix.
Heat the oil in a frying pan and bake the rolled and molded seeds side by side. When one side is browned, turn it over, sprinkle with sake, cover it, and steam it over low heat for about 7 minutes.
When it's cooked to the middle, serve the hamburger steak in a bowl, put the ketchup and sauce in an empty frying pan, and boil it lightly.
Add boiling and thick sauce to the hamburger and you're done!
Pumpkin and minced meat hamburger taste?The moist and fluffy mouthfeel, the deep sweetness of pumpkin and the umami of minced meat exude and spread as you chew, and it's delicious! The sweet and spicy ketchup sauce goes well with it. Even if you use minced chicken breast, the pumpkin is moist and soft, so there is no dry texture!
The balance between pumpkin and meat is exquisite, and although it is not greasy, it is perfect for eating! Of course, it is recommended to roll it into small pieces and bake it as a side dish for lunch.