This soy burger uses absolutely no animal products. It's low-calorie and good for those on diets. Even people on diets or those staying away from meat will be able to enjoy the satisfying flavors of this dish.
These are the ingredients. I used herb salt to get rid of the smell of the soy. Boil the soy meat for about 5 minutes and then drain.
Mince the onion and sauté in olive oil. There's no need to let cool! You could add minced carrot or cabbage to bulk it up.
Knead together the hamburger ingredients, the sautéed onion, and the panko until sticky.
Coat your hands with a little bit of olive oil and round off the steaks into easy-to-eat portions. Brown both sides in olive oil.
Here's the decisive moment! Lastly, pour in a little bit of water and steam-fry to create a fluffy and plump hamburger steak.
Serve with whatever sauce you prefer. If you like spicy hamburger steaks, use extra pepper and allspice.
Story Behind this Recipe
I've recently been trying out vegan recipes. While I was picking herbs, I started wondering how I could use them to make a hamburger steak.
It depends on the type you buy from the store, but in any case, wring out the excess moisture thoroughly. If the mixture doesn't stick together while kneading, add in a little bit of flour. You can enjoy this with Japanese-style grated daikon radish sauce, demi-glace sauce etc. Recipe for Herbed Salt: ID: 2035561