How to Prepare Hamburger Recipe

Hamburger:
A hamburger is a sandwich consisting of one or more cooked patty of ground meat, usually beef, placed inside a sliced bun.

The hamburger is a unique main course of food in the form of a sandwich consisting of one or more cooked patty of ground meat, usually beef, placed inside a sliced bun, which is also popular as a beef burger, hamburger sandwich, burger, hamburg or cheeseburger.

Though there is some sort of uncertainty about the origin of the hamburger, but still it is believed that it is originated either from Germany or United States.

The word burger can be related even with the term meat patty, specifically in the UK and the name of different kinds of burger are fixed and popularized generally on the basis of the main ingredient used in that particular burger.

If at all, anyone needs to know in detail about the different names of burger, let us start with something like turkey burger and it means that turkey meat is the main ingredient used in turkey burger and so the same in case of veggie burger, what it means that different types of vegetables are the ingredients used in the veggie burger.

Internationally, there are different kinds of the hamburger are in the world of instant food and their popularity is basically depending upon the variety in the process of the preparation and availability of the hamburger in different regions all over the world.

So, if at all a categorization of variations simply based on different regions all over the world then it can be as follows:

UK:

Hamburgers available in UK are almost the same as that available in the USA and the menus offered to both countries are virtually identical, although portion sizes tend to be smaller in the UK.

USA:

In the United States, burgers may be classified as two main types:

Fast food hamburgers: Standard toppings on hamburgers may depend upon location, particularly at restaurants that are not national or regional franchises.

Individually prepared burgers made in homes and restaurants: Often prepared with a variety of toppings, including lettuce, tomato, onion, and often sliced pickles (or pickle relish).

Japan:

In Japan, hamburgers are called handbag, when they have been served in a bun, but at the same time if just the patties served without a bun, then they are known handbag.

China:

The meat filling hamburgers in China might consist of chopped pork, beef, lamb or chicken that has been stewed with a variety of spices, like ginger, cloves, coriander and star anise and also there can be herbs like cilantro or greens like lettuce garnishing the sandwich.

Mexico:

Hamburguesas is the name by which burgers are known in Mexico as they are served with ham and slices of queso americano (local name of American cheese) fried on top of the meat patty.

Ireland:

Hamburgers available in Ireland are almost the same as that available in the USA and the menus offered in both countries are virtually identical, although portion sizes tend to be smaller in the Ireland.

Canada:

In Canada, burgers may be classified as two main types:

Fast food hamburgers: Standard toppings on hamburgers may depend upon location, particularly at restaurants that are not national or regional franchises.

Individually prepared burgers made in homes and restaurants: Often prepared with a variety of toppings, including lettuce, tomato, onion, and often sliced pickles (or pickle relish).

Australia and New Zealand:

In the New Zealand Beetroot is used for flavor in hamburger and almost all of the hamburgers being sold in New Zealand are of American style fast food hamburgers and also the same is the case as far as Australia is concerned, but the traditional Australasian hamburgers are usually bought from fish and chip shops or milk bars.

Hamburgers both in Australia and New Zealand commonly include tomato, lettuce, grilled onion and meat as a minimum, and can optionally include cheese, beet-root, pineapple, a fried egg and bacon. If all these optional ingredients are included, it is known in Australia as “burger with the lot”.

India:

In India beef and pork are not used as the ingredient for the hamburgers because of the strong religious belief of Hindus against both beef and pork, but all those follow Islamic religious practice, too have the feeling against pork but not beef.

So, this is the reason why mainly chicken is preferred as the ingredient in India as far as the non-vegetarian hamburgers are concerned and beef patties are substituted with chicken.

In India the most famous vegetarian hamburger is none other than the Vada Pav that has Potatoes and spices as the main ingredients and then the process of making this Indian vegetarian hamburger by name Vada Pav consisting deep-fried potato patty dipped in gram flour batter, which is typically served with mint chutney and fried green chili.

Pakistan and Bangladesh: Shami Burger.

This is a kind of form of burger of a local non-vegetarian food called Shami kebab or Shaami kebab is a popular variety of kebabs in the Indian Subcontinent, more popular in Pakistan and Bangladesh, apart from some northern part of India. Shami kebab.

So, this Shami Burger that is made from Shami Kebab, which is prepared by mixing lentil and minced lamb and with this form of burger the toppings will be onions, scrambled egg and ketchup.

Malaysia: Beef and/or chicken burger with fried egg, cabbage and some French fries as the regular toppings.

Mongolia: JC Royal burger:

That attracts you straight away with its aroma, which is nothing but the combined scents of the patty, cheese, fried egg, bacon, and barbeque sauce and the taste of Mongolian beef held up to the other ingredients, contributes happiness to the flavor of the burger.

Other Asian countries:

The best known form of burger in some other Asian countries:

Burgers that consist of a bun composed with cooked rice along with chicken are sold in Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Macao, the Philippines, Thailand and Singapore, apart from all types mentioned burgers, all these Asian countries have hamburgers made from squid, pork, tofu, and shrimp.

Now let us move on to get into the detailed explanation of a recipe that tells about how to prepare a Cheese Stuffed Burger:

The below given recipe of a main course food item by name hamburger requires 10 minutes for preparation and 20 minutes of cooking, totaling 30 minutes for the perfect final outcome of yield of 4 servings.

Essential Ingredients:

Egg: 1.
Soy Sauce: 1 Teaspoon.
Dried basil: 1 Teaspoon.
Clove Garlic (minced): 1.
Onion (Finely Diced): 1/2.
Dried Parsley: 1 Teaspoon.
Garlic Powder: 1 Teaspoon.
Dried oregano: 1 Teaspoon.
Lean Ground Beef: 2 Pounds.
Worcestershire Sauce: 1 Teaspoon.
Salt and Pepper: According to taste.
Crushed Dried Rosemary: 1/2 Teaspoon.
Dry Onion Soup Mix: 1 Envelope (1 Ounce).
Shredded Colby Jack or Cheddar Cheese: 1/2 cup.

Detailed Explanation of the step by step process of making a delicious hamburger:

Step 1: Preheat a grill for high heat.

Step 2: Mix thoroughly all together the ground beef, onion, cheese, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, egg, onion soup mix, garlic, garlic powder, parsley, basil, oregano, rosemary, salt, and pepper, in a large bowl.

Step 3: Then divide the whole mixture into 4 parts of equal quantity, but do not forget to maintain the uniformity of all the ingredients used for all the 4 parts, so that you can form 4 patties same quantity, quality, flavor and taste.

Step 4: Thereafter, get those 4 patties, grilled for about 5 minutes per side on the hot grill, or until well done.

So, here is the best ever ‘hamburger’ that is very tasty and popped with lots of flavor is ready to serve and you as a host can offer it to your guests gathered at any special occasion and serve on buns with your favorite condiments.

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