What is hamburg steak?
A hamburg steak is a type of meat patty that is usually made from ground beef. But it can also be made with other types of meat, such as pork, chicken, and lamb. The meat is seasoned with spices and herbs and is typically served on buns with toppings such as cheese, lettuce and tomato.
History of hamburg steak in Japan
The origin of hamburg steak is in Hamburg, Germany around the 18th century, and the name is also “hamburger” from the English pronunciation of Hamburg. It is the prototype of a ship that immigrated to the United States from the Hamburg region of Germany.
How a hamburg steak is made
There are many ways to make hamburg steak. The most common method is simply to bake meat patties on a barbecue or grill. But it can also be pan-fried on the stovetop or baked in the oven. The important thing is to make sure the meat is cooked all the way through so it is safe to eat.