How Do You Make The Best Teriyaki Burger?
When we say Burger, we usually mean the presence of cutlets! Let it be a cutlet, but not from meat, but for example, from tofu and quinoa. Quinoa lowers blood cholesterol, minimizes the risk of cancer, strengthens bones and slows down aging, and is an excellent source of vitamin B and calcium. Tofu has a lot of protein, so you can trade any meat for it with a clear conscience. The basis for the Burger can be a green yeast-free tortilla or iceberg lettuce leaves, read reviews of VeganBurg. It is good to make a layer of celery, fresh or pickled cucumber.
A very simple recipe for making the best teriyaki burger known to man. Blend all ingredients together until the ground beef has a uniform consistency. Separate into 4 equal-sized portions. Roll each portion into a ball, then flatten into a patty. Place in a 10-inch skillet with a lid for 4 minutes over a medium flame. Flip the patties over and cover for an additional 4 minutes. Timing can be adjusted to suit your taste; more for well done, less for rare. Enjoy!