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meowzart

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Pork burger Sat, 12/27/03 8:52 AM (permalink)
Anybody have a good recipe for or know a place where you can get a good pork burger? Not like a pork tenderloin sandwich...but made with ground pork. We were at a place in Quebec several years ago that had an awesome pork burger, and would like to replicate it at home. Especially since I'll be off the beef version for a while at least. Any suggestions?
 
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    UncleVic

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    • Location: West Palm Beach, FL
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    RE: Pork burger Sat, 12/27/03 9:18 AM (permalink)
    Have this recipe in my collection of online recipes I've snabed. Have yet to try it, but it may give you a thought to what you want!

    Serves 4
    INGREDIENTS:

    12 oz. ground pork
    2 oz. fresh white breadcrumbs
    1 egg, beaten
    1 green chili, coarsely chopped
    1 large clove elephant garlic, crushed
    1/2 tsp. ground ginger
    4 tbsp. cilantro, finely chopped
    1 tsp. salt
    1 tsp. black pepper

    wholewheat hamburger buns, salad toppings, garlic mayonnaise and fried red onion rings to garnish

    coleslaw and fries to serve

     
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      Michael Hoffman

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      • Location: Gahanna, OH
      RE: Pork burger Sat, 12/27/03 11:14 AM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by meowzart

      Anybody have a good recipe for or know a place where you can get a good pork burger? Not like a pork tenderloin sandwich...but made with ground pork. We were at a place in Quebec several years ago that had an awesome pork burger, and would like to replicate it at home. Especially since I'll be off the beef version for a while at least. Any suggestions?

      I sometimes use ground pork to make burgers. I grate a medium onion to mix with two-pounds of ground pork, add a teaspoon of Coleman's dry mustard, a handful of breadcrumbs, one egg, some Worchestershire sauce, pepper and salt to taste, a little garlic powder, and then mix it all together. Then I make patties and cook them.
       
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        Big Jake

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        • Location: Bergen, Norway, TN
        RE: Pork burger Fri, 01/23/04 4:03 AM (permalink)
        I only use smoked and salted pork meat, add some limezest and thats it...really good
         
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          carlton pierre

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          • Location: Knoxville, TN
          RE: Pork burger Tue, 11/23/04 2:22 AM (permalink)
          I use as few ingredients as possible and eat without any bun.
           
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            tmiles

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            • Location: Millbury, MA
            RE: Pork burger Tue, 11/23/04 9:38 AM (permalink)
            A local supermarket sells ground pork. They also sell a ground pork/beef/lamb that is actually very good. Like Carl, I eat mine mostly plain.
             
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              tmiles

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              RE: Pork burger Tue, 11/23/04 9:58 AM (permalink)
              quote:
              Originally posted by meowzart

              Anybody have a good recipe for or know a place where you can get a good pork burger? Not like a pork tenderloin sandwich...but made with ground pork. We were at a place in Quebec several years ago that had an awesome pork burger, and would like to replicate it at home. Especially since I'll be off the beef version for a while at least. Any suggestions?
              You will be off the beef version because of Mad Cow? Perhaps an expert can explain why pigs don't get it. People do, sheep do, deer do. Why don't pigs??
               
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                zataar

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                • Location: kansas city, MO
                RE: Pork burger Tue, 11/23/04 4:54 PM (permalink)
                There is a place in Merriam, Kansas called RJ's Bob B Que that does a great pork burger. It's grilled over a wood fire so it's somewhat smoky. I believe it's all shoulder or pork butt. Just enough fat in it . They don't serve any condiments with it other than the usual pickles that come on the side. It really doesn't need anything else. Their fries are great, sauce is somewhat sweet, but there is a spicy version. It's right off I-35 at the Lamar exit, about 2 miles south.
                 
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