Rice Burger with Yakiniku Stirfry. This is a Japanese rice burger recipe inspired by the MOS Burger "Yakiniku Rice Burger". Experience this delicious sushi burger without visiting Japan! Japanese BBQ beef marinated in Umami packed marinade, this mouth-watering Sushi burger is easy to make and perfect for pleasing a crowd.

Rice Burger with Yakiniku Stirfry

Cover and press the lid to shape the rice buns. Stir-fry the vegetables and distribute the oil evenly. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan, then cook both sides of the rice burger buns until golden brown. You can have Rice Burger with Yakiniku Stirfry using 10 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Rice Burger with Yakiniku Stirfry

  1. You need of <Rice Patties Ingredients>.
  2. Prepare of Cooked Rice 1 bowlful for each (*short grain slightly starchy rice like Sushi Rice).
  3. It’s of Sesame Oil.
  4. Prepare of Soy Sauce & Mirin Mix 1 teaspoon each.
  5. Prepare of <Yakiniku Stirfry Ingredients>.
  6. Prepare of Thinly Sliced Pork or Beef.
  7. It’s of Vegetables enough for 4 burgers.
  8. Prepare of (*Suggestions: Onion, Carrot, Capsicum, Beans, Asparagus, Cabbage, Shiitake, etc.).
  9. Prepare of Oil.
  10. Prepare of Yakiniku Sauce  *Find my 'Yakiniku Sauce' recipe at http://www.hirokoliston.com/dipping-sauce/.

To assemble the burger, take one of the rice patties and top with lettuce leaf, add the beef and another lettuce leaf. Yakiniku donburi is a Japanese rice bowl dish of sauteed beef and vegetables served over a bed of rice and garnished with sesame seeds. Yakiniku Donburi: Japanese Beef and Vegetable Rice Bowl. Inspired by one of my favourite rice burgers from Mos Burger – the Yakiniku Rice Burger, I made a similar burger filled with stir-fried beef and onions.

Rice Burger with Yakiniku Stirfry step by step

  1. Make rice patties. Cooked rice needs to be warm to hot, so heat the cooked rice if cold. Devide one rice bowlful warm rice in half and make flat rice balls. Make two patties for each burger..
  2. Using plastic wrap, press the rice balls firmly to 1cm thick. Using a ramekin or an egg ring is also good method. Oil the ramekin or the ring with Sesame Oil first so that the rice won’t stick to them. Press down the rice very firmly is important..
  3. Brush Sesame Oil on both sides of the rice patties slightly..
  4. Cook the patties on each side in a non-stick frying pan or grill until light golden and crispy. Brushing ‘Soy Sauce & Mirin Mix’ slightly will give flavour and colour, but do this at the end very quickly because it burns easily..
  5. The rice patties that are crispy outside and soft inside can go very well with all kinds of fillings. Here is one great filling ‘Yakiniku Stirfry’..
  6. Yakiniku Stirfry Method:.
  7. Oil a heated frypan and cook sliced Pork or Beef. When meat changes the colour, add vegetables and stirfry until the vegetables are cooked. Add Yakiniku Sauce and mix well. *You can fine my 'Yakiniku Sauce' recipe at http://www.hirokoliston.com/dipping-sauce/.

It was like a reconstruction of a beef rice bowl, made in a fast-food way. Wrapped in seran wrap, press with a small tool to shape it. In the same way, create three more. Put the sesame oil in a frying pan and cook rice buns. After they become golden, take them out.

By Sandra