Sate Hamburger Recipe
This easy sate hamburger recipe is best on a grilled chicken patty but it also tastes great with beef or pork burgers.
Sate is a spicy peanut paste widely used in Thai and Indonesian cooking. It has a taste unlike anything else I know of and is quite easy to get hooked on.
Use Hamburger Recipes.com's Basic Chicken Burger, Basic Hamburger or Basic Pork Burger patties as a base. Personally I prefer sate with chicken but it goes equally well with beef and pork and ultimately the choice would boil down to personal taste and the availability of ingredients.
For the Patties:
Basic Chicken Burger or
Basic Hamburger or
Basic Pork Burger
For the Sate:
1/3 cup peanut oil (vegetable oil will also do)1/3 cup finely chopped or crushed unsalted roasted peanuts3 cloves garlic crushed or finely chopped3 dried red chilies crushed or a volume equal to the garlic of fresh chili finely chopped1 teaspoon curry powder
For the Rolls:
4 fresh bread rolls, same size as the pattiesthinly sliced onionlettucemayonnaise
To make the sate paste heat the oil in a saucepan and add the garlic and chilies. Stir over a medium heat for a minute and add the curry powder. Stir for another minute or two to bring out the flavour and aroma then add the peanuts. Stir for a further 5 minutes or so until the mixture forms a paste and you're done. The paste can be used warm or cold but definitely tastes better if it has been allowed to stand for a few hours before using.
Cook the patties using your preferred method.
Split the rolls and toast the cut surfaces lightly (under grill, on barbecue or in a pan) just before the patties are done. Spread mayonnaise on the bottom halves, add a thin slice of onion and some lettuce. Spread a little sate on the lettuce, add the patty and spread a layer of sate paste over the top. Top it off with the other half of the roll. Delicious!
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