Not feeling like a stir fry, a hot soup, a noodle dish when thinking something with an Asian flavor? Well with the summer here and the new grill, we decided on spicing up some burgers with Hoisin, cheese and jalapeños. I schmeared sourdough toast with a little peanut butter and I was in heaven. With a nice fruit salad on the side it made a nice, quick meal. If this doesn’t grab you I have another version with a twist on the classic Mo Shu Pork.
- 1 lb 80/20 ground beef
- 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- 2 medium jalapeños
- 2 tbsp Hoisin sauce
- 1 clove crushed garlic
- salt and white pepper
- Super Chunky Peanut Butter
- sourdough bread
- Using gloves cut and remove the seeds form the jalapeños and chop coarsely.
- In a bowl mix together the ground beef, cheese, jalapeños, Hoisin sauce, garlic and salt and white pepper. Form into patties.
- Grill to your liking, I like to do 3 minutes one side on high, then turn to medium and flip to cook for 4 more minutes. Flip again and finish with 2-3 minutes.
- I love the tang of fresh sourdough bread and toast that. You may use a bun or whatever bread, even a pita works! Spread peanut butter on the toast and top with the grilled burger.