RECIPES: Recipe Details

Rate This Burger 
No votes yet

Negi-miso burgers

Most people here are from some where else including myself so I believe that people bring their own family recipe and tradition with them & make it as if it is local tradition here in Vegas. In my case, I brought my family recipes with me so I like to cook Japanese food a lot but my husband who is all American boy may not like old school Japanese food so I made this as a burger.


For Negi(green onions)-miso sauce
3 tablespoons sesami seeds
1.1/2 teaspoons sesami oil
3/4 cup miso
3/4 cup water
1 tablespoons suger
1 tablespoons ginger minced
1 tablespoons garlic minced
1/2 cup green onions chopped
1 tablespoons hot sauce
2 teaspoons lime zest

For burgers
2 pounds ground chicken
1 tablespoons ginger minced
1 tablespoons garlic minced
1/4 cup green onions chopped
1 tablespoons hot sauce
1 egg lightly beaten
2 teaspoons sesami oil
2 tablespoons bread crumbs
salt & black pepper for taste
canola oil for drizzling

6 sesami buns
6 slice of provolone cheese
half English cucumber sliced
6 leaves of lettuce


Make negi(green onion)-miso sauce
combine all ingredients for the sauce into a bowl & mix together. set a side.
Make burgers. combine all ingredients for burgers into a large bowl & mix and make 6 patties.
Preheat a grill to medium high heat. Brush grill & patties with oil and cook 5-6 minutes on each side. When flip patties, brush sauce on them. and a minute before take them out of grill, put slice of cheese on top .
Toast lightly split buns. Spread buns halves with negi- miso sauce & pile lettuce, patties and slice cucumber.


negi-miso sauce is very salty. so do not want to use a lot of salt into meat.
Usually negi-miso sauce use for yakitori which is grilled chicken on wooden skeweres.