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To get started with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can cook vegan korean bbq burger using 29 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook that.
The ingredients needed to make Vegan Korean BBQ Burger:
Get Kimchi Ketchup:
Get Kimchi, 2 Cabbages
Get Tomato Ketchup, 2 Heaped TBSP
Prepare @chillibellasg's Korean Chili Paste / Gochujang, 2 Heaped TBSP Adjust To Preference
Make ready Maple Syrup Preferable Grade 'A', 2 Heaped TBSP Adjust To Preference
Make ready Nori Flakes,
Make ready Fresh Lemon Zest, 1/4 Lemon
Take Fresh Lemon Juice, 1/4 Lemon
Prepare Korean BBQ Sauce:
Take Maple Syrup Preferable Grade 'A',
Make ready Liquid Smoke,
Get Vegan-Friendly Soy Sauce / Tamari,
Prepare Rice Wine / Mirin,
Take Sesame Oil,
Make ready Garlic Powder,
Make ready Ginger Powder,
Make ready Dried Mushroom Powder,
Make ready Gochugaru,
Take Sesame Oil, A Drizzle
Take Crushed Garlic,
Take Crushed Ginger, 1" Sliced Into Halves
Take Crushed Scallion,
Get Beyond Meat Burger Patties,
Make ready King Oyster Mushrooms,
Get Vegan Burger Buns,
Take Kimchi Finely Chopped,
Make ready Scallions Finely Sliced,
Instructions to make Vegan Korean BBQ Burger:
You can check out my previous vegan kimchi and vegan burger buns recipes.
Prepare the kimchi ketchup. - Blitz kimchi, ketchup, chili paste and maple syrup in a blender until smooth. - Transfer into a bowl. - Add nori flakes, lemon zest and juice. - Mix until well combined. - Taste and adjust for sweetness and spiciness. - Set aside in the fridge until ready to use.
Prepare the Korean bbq sauce. - In a bowl, add maple syrup, soy sauce, wine, sesame oil, garlic, ginger, mushroom powder and gochugaru. - Mix until well combined. - Add in scallion. - Set aside until ready to use.
Prepare the burger. - In a skillet over medium heat, drizzle some sesame oil. - Once the oil is heated up, add in 2 patties. - Add in the crushed garlic, 1/2" ginger and 1 stalk of scallion. - You can crush them with a back of a knife.
Brush the patties with the bbq sauce. - Cook until the bottom is crispy brown. - Flip and brush the patties with some more bbq sauce. - Baste the patties with all the liquid. - Cook until the bottom is crispy brown. - Remove from heat and set aside on a plate with all the crushed aromatics.
Brush the patties again with more bbq sauce. - Repeat the steps for the remaining patties. - By cooking the patties in batches will prevent overcrowding of the skillet, which will create steam rather than searing and cooking. - Slice the mushroom lengthwise into 4 slices. - You should have a total of 8 slices.
In the same skillet, drizzle some sesame oil. - Place in the mushroom slices. - Again, you can do this in batches. - Brush the mushrooms with bbq sauce. - Cook until the bottom is lightly caramelized. - Flip and brush with more bbq sauce.
Slice burger buns into 3 tiers. - Toast the buns in the same skillet. - Once all the patties and mushrooms have been cooked, buns have been toasted, in the same skillet, pour in the remaining bbq sauce. - Deglaze and reduce slightly until thick consistency. It should coat the back of a spoon. - Remove from heat and transfer into a bowl.
Assemble the burger. - Smear kimchi ketchup on the bottom buns. - Add some kimchi over the top. - Place the patties over the kimchi and drizzle some reduced bbq sauce over the top. - Scatter some scallions.
Add on the 2nd tiers and smear on some more kimchi ketchup. - Followed by 2 slices of mushrooms each. - Drizzle some reduced bbq sauce over the top and some scallions. - Close the top of the burger buns. - Serve immediately.
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