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Sunday, 18 December 2016


Ever wonder why it is called 
OK Burger?
This Burger Bun is made with Rolled Oats & Chia Seed.

Today, many people are taking
oats for fibre.  
and chia seeds
 for health reasons.
Oat Care sounds relevant
but I prefer OK, 
to be short, & easy to remember.

Hence, OK Burger comes into existence!
Are you ready to start?

Burger Patty
300g minced pork/chicken
1 big onions, chopped finely
1 tsp ginger, minced
1 tsp mushroom sauce/teriyaki sauce
1 Tbsp soya sauce
1/2 egg, beaten
black pepper & salt to taste
1 spring onions, cut finely
1 pkt cream crackers, crush with hand
1 Tbsp corn starch

1. combine minced meat, chopped onions, minced ginger, mushroom sauce, soya sauce,
    egg, salt & black pepper to taste. Give it a good stir to bind them together!
2. add spring onions, cream crackers and corn starch. Mix well
3. divide patty into 6 portions & put each portion into a clean plastic bag. Press 
    the bag into a peanut butter bottle cover to shape as shown in the picture below.
    Fold the plastic bag & put the patty onto a tray to freeze until required. 
4. To fry, just heat some oil in the pan and fry the burgers until cooked.  To cook faster,
    you can slice the burger across, half way during cooking.
I have adapted the Bun recipe from Mandy Ng's
Sunny Bread

Burger Bun
100g milk
30g yoghurt
1 Tbsp chia seed
20g oil/butter
1 large egg
210g bread flour
50g rolled oat
20g milk powder
1 tsp instant yeast
50g sugar
3/4 tsp salt

1. all ingredients into the bread machine, bread dough cycle 1.5hrs
2. divide dough into 8 portions, shape into buns. Let rise 60min until double in size
3. brush buns with egg wash & topped with some rolled oats
4. bake in preheated oven 175'C for 20-25min

To assemble?
Simple, anyhow you like...
Lettuce, tomato, cheese, anything that you have in mind
Just stuff everything into this spongy bun.
Sauce? pour or squeeze in as you like it.....
I bet you can't stop at one piece! Enjoy


Che Che from Facebook said...

Katie, burger are my children's favourite. Thanks for your recipe.

Katie Foong: You are welcomed
You can adjust or replace certain ingredients to suit your children's
taste buds.

Che Che: Noted...Thanks again, Katie.

Katie Foong: Che Che you are welcomed

Lisa Leong from Facebook said...

Am eating mcD while browsing ur recipe. Hope to try it soon ๐Ÿ˜‰

Katie Foong: Haha! I will surely go for McD if I am out in town.
This homemade burger is more for lazy days.

Lisa Leong: Can make then freeze how long?

Katie Foong: Lisa Leong yes, freeze the patty & fry when required!

Lisa Leong: Hehe...I didn't read till the freezing part...๐Ÿ˜†

Katie Foong: Lisa Leong haha

Elaine Tan from Facebook said...

I like the homemade burger. Tq for sharing.

Katie Foong: You are welcomed
Let your imagination run wild, replace or add ingredients
as you like it! Enjoy.

Jaylene Chuah from Facebook said...

Tq Katie foong dear for sharing..
hope able to pass up homework soon..
cos my kids like burger alot

Katie Foong: You are welcomed
You can adjust the ingredients to suit your kids' taste buds.

Tan Jock from Facebook said...

Thank you Sis Katie for sharing your homemade burger recipe.
It looks very simple and nice.

Katie Foong: Indeed it is simple.
You can actually add or replace any ingredients according to your liking.