This Japanese take on Salisbury Steak is tender, moist and flavorful. Enrobed in a tangy sweet sauce, it makes for a delightful weeknight meal, and the leftovers (if you have any) are perfect for a bento box lunch.
<p>Japanese Hamburger Steak (aka Hamburg or Hambagu) is one of the most popular western style foods in Japan. People of all ages just love the juicy steak made of ground beef (and/or pork) mixed with onion, egg, and bread (or panko.) It’s like a gigantic meatball or individually served meatloaf. …</p>
[New Recipe] Japanese Hamburger steak (Hambagu) If you are bored with the conventional hamburger or steak, try Hambagu, the Japanese style Hamburger steak. Because although Hambagu is the transliteration of the word Hamburger, it resembles Salisbury steak more than a burger. It presumably evolves from Salisbury steak, which originates from the US with western seasoning. Recipe and video here: http://tasteasianfood.com/hamburger-steak/