. Thank you so much for trying this recipe and for your kind feedback. But it had only become popular among Japanese families in 1960’s as the mince meat was fairly cheap to get compared to other meats back then. My husband (who is ハーフ) really enjoyed eating this meal, too! Then cut perpendicular to the first slices you made. A humble, yet completely satisfying dish in all respects. Thank you so much for your kind feedback. If they are brown but not cooked through, you can cover the pan for 1-2 minutes to cook the inside thoroughly. We love your recipe! If I cook the first batch on both sides (including the steaming in wine), then how would I get the pan ready to start the first-side browning of the second batch? Also, made your kabocha stir-fry. Thank you again for all the wonderful recipes! Loving this! Hambaagu - Japanese Hamburger Steak. Sometimes if it’s a few left, I’d just pour the sauce and freeze (reheat together and eat), but if you freeze more serving of hambagu, then separate the sauce. Obrigado mais uma vez. Thank you for your kind feedback! Will try more of your recipes! Add breadcrumb in the bowl and mix lightly and set aside. The hambagu seemed a little soft. Been wanting to try this since I saw it on Netflix’s “Samurai Gourmet”. Thank you for your feedback! If you do that, the meat will be over cook with additional 5 minutes in the pan. I really love this recipe and honestly will never make meatloaf or Salisbury steak again I will just make Hambagu! Then they started to arrange the dish to their tastes. Just different variation. . Thank you for your kind feedback. Just wow…the patties and the sauce are to DIE for. Turned out really good! Hi Yuana! My family completely loved it. Or just broth + grape juice? A great recipe for leftover squash. Thanks! Thank you for your kind words! I’m so happy to hear your family enjoyed it. Thank you so much for your feedback! Thank-you so much. Thanks for the recipe! In this updated images, the onion was 5 oz (142 g), so I just edited the ingredient list. Thank you so much for trying this recipe and for your kind feedback! Hi Yurika! Thank you, it is a different take on the american salisbury steak (boring), and the family loved the shape of the ‘steak’ and the sauce too. I use them for kids’ lunch box. Doing this one tonight and as I’m sure it will be dynamite, as a Westerner raised in the birthplace of burgers, we would call this a “meatloaf steak”. I will certainly try this with the pork mixture next time. The tips on how to make hambagu so moist and tasty are very useful (never thought to steam it with red wine, despite i steam gyoza with sake :)). I’ve never used ground turkey before, but if it’s similar to ground chicken… wasn’t it too dry or hard? This has replaced meatloaf as our ground beef dish of choice! The steam cook is the real cooking time. As good or better than any I’ve had in Japan. Thank you so much for writing! Hahahaha! Yes, it’s my magic… You’re too kind. The good news is, this recipe uses really common ingredients that you can find at the grocery store. Glad you like my homemade tonkatsu sauce! Your tips were very helpful! I do not own an air fryer so I can’t surely say…but you need the grease coming from the patties to make the delicious sauce. . For breakfast, there’s a Syohachi Japanese A5 Wagyu Petite Hamburg Steak Set ($12.50) which comes with a hamburg patty, salad, seasonal Japanese pickles and tater tots.The set does not come with a drink, but you can top up $1.50 for a soft drink, juice or mineral water. We usually cook first, let cool, and freeze. I hope my recipe is as good as your aunt’s. Before you jump to Hambagu (Japanese Hamburger steak) recipe, you may want to read this short interesting healthy tips about The Simple Ways to Be Healthy. Keep up the good work , Hi Jo, Aww. That’s more than half of the meat mixture alrdy. I had to cook it for longer in this scenario but your tips meant it worked out really well. I have never tried that combination before. My husband said it was one of the best things I ever made. Japanese Hamburg Steak is one of the dishes first int Introduced in the very first Cooking Mama. Thank you for trying this recipe! Hope this makes sense? Add olive oil, and then add garlic and onion. Hi Nami, If I make 1lb of beef+pork, how much for the rest of the ingredients? Since it is “cold and flu season,” I would like to try making that next time I’m not feeling too well. I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed this recipe! Hope that helps!! Hi Roro! You and Mr. JOC with good meat and smoker! Hi Michelle! ╮(. Hi Aleli! Have fun exploring the 700+ classic & modern Japanese recipes I share with step-by-step photos and How-To YouTube videos. Hi Juliana! Thanks! You can also use more panko as “connector”. What %age fat (80/20, 90/10) is the ground beef? Thank you for your kind feedback! I like Japanese food as much as I like Vietnamese food. You’ll also find different topping options, such as sautéed shimeji mushrooms and a fried egg. You can skip the onion, but the patties will be similar to western patties (kind of hard and dense?) Hi Nami, Can you bake it? Cooked it back down while stirring diligently and it finally turned into sauce. 1) Use 2 frying pans doing the exact same thing side by side, maybe one is 1-2 minute behind. I’ve cooked this twice and my husband keeps taking pictures of the hambagu (which is his other way of saying that it was a nice meal). All images and content on this site are copyright protected. Not sure if your BF is okay with green onions but that can be a good sub. Thank you very much for trying this recipe and for your kind feedback! Add olive oil, and add the patties to the pan. Then add the remaining ingredients for the sauce. . Hi Paul! . Hopefully, he’ll start to enjoy more Japanese food, and thanks so much for introducing my cuisine to him! I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed this recipe! Hi Nami, I was craving hambagu rice so I made this with the sauce and it was exactly what I wanted and satisfied my craving. Mix well together and bring the sauce on medium heat to simmer and let the alcohol evaporate. Shouldn’t the ingredients measures be the same for all styles of Hamburg steak? We need about 1/2 cup of cooked onions. Thank you. It makes it really delicious! xoxo. I removed the pan from the burner and let it cool down. . Thanks! If so, would I have to defrost first or frozen is okay when cooking. Only thing, my mom yelled at me for using up the whole bottle of wine. It made me so happy!! I’m really happy to hear that you enjoyed the sauce! , Hi Nami this hamburger looks delish and easy to make btw may I use any kind of red wine ty. You can store in the refrigerator for up to 3 days and the freezer for up to a month. I wasn’t able to get beef so I made the recipe with 100% pork. I’ve made this two weekends in a row now. This is a keeper, thank you so much! Japanese Hamburger Steak, or we call it Hambāgu (ハンバーグ) or Hambāgu Steak (ハンバーグステーキ), is a popular dish enjoyed both at home and at Yoshoku (Japanese style western food) restaurants. Also, if it is possible to make it in a rice cooker that does NOT have a separate porridge setting, I would love to know how to do it that way. Petite Japanese A5 Wagyu Hamburg Steak set (S$12.50) This set comes with a hamburg steak, a side of crispy tater tots and fresh mixed green salad. Then wipe off the dirty pan with a paper towel or wash the pan, and repeat the second batch. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. xoxo. I drool thinking about the nice meat in this hambagu… Happy cooking and smoking! . Thank you so much for trying this recipe! Hi Bkhuna! . Hi Ira! Hi Nami, will the hambagu still taste good a day or two after cooking it? I ended up using Wagyu ground beef since that’s what I had on hand, so I had to drain a lot of oil out before putting the wine in. Cooking Mama Recipe. Hi Andrew! Let’s have fun cooking Japanese food at home together! We provide you only the perfect Hambagu (Japanese Hamburger steak) recipe here. I tried your recipe. I like Samurai Gourmet too! To keep the flavor, it’s always best to freeze it though. Sauté the onion until tender and almost translucent. Hi Maarit! Hi Casi! The pan sauce is a real flavor explosion. This recipe is unlocked through Salisbury Steak. To keep the quality of the meat in the freezer, I learned that it’s best to cook the meat first and then store… then the taste is better than frozen first then cooked as the meat degrade while being frozen raw. xoxo, Hi Nami! xo. You mentioned using red wine at the end and I’m wondered if you about using sherry? Was so tasty and easy to do. So it’s very important to cook until evenly golden brown on the outside. Yes, you can do that. Do not let them burn. Buy our best-selling e-cookbook for 33 more easy and simple recipes! You can also make. Really turned out well thank you! It sounds like you are busy mom, but we are so happy to hear that this recipe worked out well for you and enjoyed it! I do both ways depending on how I would eat next time. Hi Jane! I think if you refrigerate well, I think a day or two is good. We couldn’t be happier to hear how much joy and excitement my recipe has brought to you and your husband! Hope you can adjust it to your liking! Excellent recipe! . It was delicious. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe! . Can I use sherry cooking wine instead of red cooking wine? Thank you. That’s very sweet of you! Hi Rayna! Btw, love your recipes! … Wafu Hambagu is a scrumptious Japanese-style hamburger eaten without a bun. It must be the Magic of Panco combined with Nami-Magic, because every other receipt which I tried to make Hamburger Patties ended in cumbly meat in the pan. Sure, you can use sake for a substitute but next time please use red wine for this dish. I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed this recipe!