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How to Make Pork Burger Patties With Breadcrumbs

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How to Make Pork Burger Patties With Breadcrumbs

How to Make Pork Burger Patties With Breadcrumbs

I enjoy eating burger patties, no matter if they're served with rice or in a bun. The most important thing when serving these patties is the sauce. The sauce brings out the flavor. Even a simple ketchup and mayonnaise are enough condiments for a burger patty. I tried to recreate a fast food taste and texture of burger patties. Simply follow my simple pork burger patties with breadcrumbs recipe so you can try it at home.

Ingredients

Ingredients

Ingredients

  • 500 grams pork, ground
  • 1/2 cup bread crumbs
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoon all purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 tablespoon onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 piece egg, beaten
Utensils

Utensils

Utensils

For Preparing the Ingredients:

  • Measuring Cups
  • Measuring Spoons

For Baking the Dish:

  • Silicone Baking Mat
  • Baking Sheet or Tray

Cook Time

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

5 min

30 min

35 min

6 pieces

Instructions

  1. Mix all the seasonings to water and egg.
  2. Add the breadcrumbs and ground pork. Mix thoroughly.
  3. Preheat the oven at 160°C.
  4. Mold patty using the 1/2 measuring cup.
  5. Arrange the patties on a baking tray.
  6. Bake the patties for about 25 to 30 minutes.
Pork burger patties with breadcrumbs

Pork burger patties with breadcrumbs

Tips and Techniques

  1. Dissolve all the powdered seasonings with any liquid ingredient to properly mix all ingredients.
  2. Adjust the cooking time if needed since the internal temperature of different ovens may vary.
  3. Replace breadcrumbs with oatmeal.
  4. Water prevents the patty from getting dry.
  5. Consider salt as a replacement for soy sauce.

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Comments

Travel Chef (author) from Manila on August 08, 2018:

Hi Don,

Yup! Some soy sauce is less salty than the other. You can actually make two tests for the mixture. First mix all the seasonings and taste it. Second is to mix everything and cook a small amount of meat so you can do the necessary adjustments. These pretty work well.

I love venison burgers! You might want to add some herbs to balance the strong taste of the venison patty.

Don Shepard on August 08, 2018:

"you need to know first the taste of your soy sauce to determine the amount needed for the recipe."

Great to know Dred. I've been making my own brown sauce lately, and I kinda just assumed soy sauce is soy sauce. The wife is the real cook, but I'm trying to go beyond my usual boxed dinners and outdoor BBQ/grilling. I did make venison burgers recently and have some more in the freezer so I may try this with that meat. A family member loves to hunt.

Travel Chef (author) from Manila on August 08, 2018:

Hi Liz,

You're always welcome. Thank you for dropping by!

Liz Westwood from UK on August 08, 2018:

Thanks. When I get a chance I will give it a go.

Travel Chef (author) from Manila on August 08, 2018:

Hello Liz,

Yes you can replace it with turkey meat or any kind of meat. To make the taste of the patty much better, you can add other seasonings that will match the meat aside from garlic and onion powder.

Travel Chef (author) from Manila on August 08, 2018:

Hi Don,

It tasted so good with soy and and garlic. By the way, you need to know first the taste of your soy sauce to determine the amount needed for the recipe. As it may differ because low sodium ones are also available in the market nowadays. You can also replace the powdered garlic with freshly minced garlic as well.

Liz Westwood from UK on August 08, 2018:

This is a great idea. I use a lot of turkey meat. I'm guessing I could even substitute this for the pork.

Don Shepard on August 08, 2018:

Seems a little like how we make "steak fingers." I like the soy sauce and garlic additions; will have to try that out.

Travel Chef (author) from Manila on August 08, 2018:

Hi Pamela,

It was actually my first time to use pork. It tasted good! The natural fats on it made the patties moist.

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on August 08, 2018:

I never considered using pork in a burger, but why not? This burger sounds good to me. Thank you.

Travel Chef (author) from Manila on August 07, 2018:

Hi Wesman,

Any meat will do for burgers. During my travels, I even ate venison burgers that I also enjoyed. I hope you'll try the recipe and let me know the result. Thanks for dropping by!

Wesman Todd Shaw from Kaufman, Texas on August 07, 2018:

That is indeed something I've thought about recently - making a burger patty out of pork. I can't imagine that I wouldn't like it, as I've liked every other meat used that I've tried for a burger patty.

CHEERS!