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Burger with Pork Stew Recipe
"Sloppy Joe" (sloppy joe) - one of the most popular burgers in America. It does not look the most accurate way, mainly due to its filling, for which it got its name. However, this is the juiciest Burger I've ever had.
Cook Time 135 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Burger:
Sauce:
Cook Time 135 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Burger:
Sauce:
Instructions
  1. Meat can take a steak or a piece (but then extinguishing will increase slightly). Pork lightly fry in a pan on both sides. Add finely chopped onion and fry all together for about 5 minutes.
    Meat can take a steak or a piece (but then extinguishing will increase slightly). Pork lightly fry in a pan on both sides. Add finely chopped onion and fry all together for about 5 minutes.
  2. Mix all the ingredients for the sauce, add Teriyaki.
    Mix all the ingredients for the sauce, add Teriyaki.
  3. Pork pour the sauce, add about 150 ml of water and simmer for about 2 hours over low heat under the lid. You can simmer in the oven at a temperature not above 150 degrees, in a slow cooker. When ready, remove the meat and divide by hand or with a fork on the fiber. Add the remaining sauce from frying so that the filling becomes moist and juicy.
    Pork pour the sauce, add about 150 ml of water and simmer for about 2 hours over low heat under the lid. You can simmer in the oven at a temperature not above 150 degrees, in a slow cooker. When ready, remove the meat and divide by hand or with a fork on the fiber. Add the remaining sauce from frying so that the filling becomes moist and juicy.
  4. Alternatively, you can prepare the filling of a mixture of stewed pork and lightly fried finely chopped ham.
    Alternatively, you can prepare the filling of a mixture of stewed pork and lightly fried finely chopped ham.
  5. The beauty of burgers is that they can put everything to your liking. For one option I took fresh tomatoes, for another - baked. Tomatoes cut into circles, spread on a baking sheet laid with parchment, sprinkle with oil and Teriyaki. Bake in a preheated oven at 150 degrees to the desired state (I baked for about 40 minutes). Tomatoes should get juicy, but less moist, with a more intense taste.
    The beauty of burgers is that they can put everything to your liking. For one option I took fresh tomatoes, for another - baked. Tomatoes cut into circles, spread on a baking sheet laid with parchment, sprinkle with oil and Teriyaki. Bake in a preheated oven at 150 degrees to the desired state (I baked for about 40 minutes). Tomatoes should get juicy, but less moist, with a more intense taste.
  6. Buns cut in half and a little browned under the grill. Sour cream mixed with mustard and coat the bottom halves of the rolls. Then it all depends on the tastes and preferences. I put the lettuce, then the stuffing, the top baked tomato, the second Burger salad, fresh tomato and celery leaves.
    Buns cut in half and a little browned under the grill. Sour cream mixed with mustard and coat the bottom halves of the rolls. Then it all depends on the tastes and preferences. I put the lettuce, then the stuffing, the top baked tomato, the second Burger salad, fresh tomato and celery leaves.
  7. Cover the buns with the second halves and serve. Enjoy your meal.
    Cover the buns with the second halves and serve.
Enjoy your meal.

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