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It’s that time of the year again.
The kids are off from school, the grill gets fired up and the sound of laughter rings through the backyard.
To kick off grilling season, H-E-B is hosting Burger Bash 2015 from June 3-16, 2015.
The H-E-B website has several recipes you can try and a few in the monthly newsletter that you can pick up while shopping in-store.
The store is packed with ingredients, sauces, rubs, accompaniements and more, to host your very own Burger Bash at home. The products you should keep an eye out for are the Primo Picks that are made in Texas. (There are some great sauces and rubs with a good amount of heat!)
We were asked to re-create one of H-E-B’s burger recipes to celebrate the Burger Bash kick-off. The Asian inspired Stir-Fry Burger recipe in question didn’t require a lot of ingredients and was so easy to put together.
And yes, we picked up all we needed on a quick run down to our nearby H-E-B store.
Stir-Fry Burger : An H-E-B #PrimoPicks Burger Bash Recipe
Making your own burger patties at home isn’t hard at all. Take this Stir-Fry Burger recipe, for instance. The actual pattie required only two ingredients: ground chicken meat and soy sauce.
Here’s the recipe:
- 1 tsp soy sauce
- 1 lb ground chicken breast
- 1 pineapple. peeled cored and sliced into rings
- 2 cup s broccoli slaw
- 1 tbsp Sriracha sauce
- 1 tbsp rice wine vinegar
- 4 hamburger buns
Preheat grill to medium‑high.
Mix soy sauce with ground chicken and form into 4 patties.
Grill 4 minutes per side or until temperature reaches 165°F.
Meanwhile, grill pineapple rings 2 to 3 minutes per side until caramelized.
To make slaw, combine broccoli slaw with Sriracha sauce and rice wine vinegar.
To build burger, place pineapple ring on bottom bun and top with chicken patty, slaw and other half of bun.
We like our patties flavored quite a bit, so I added an extra tsp of soy sauce and ground pepper to the same. And this may sound weird but I highly recommend popping a layer of ranch flavored Whatafries in your burger to really add an extra punch to that burger.
Stir-Fry burger served up with ranch flavored Whatafries and chilled H-E-B lemonade with honey.
Do you love burgers? What’s your all-time favorite burger?