Ginger Scallion Pork Burgers

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35 MIN


143 g


145 g


2324 kcal


80 g


370 mg


43 g



ground pork

500 g

clove garlic ( minced )

2 cloves

soy sauce ( tamari soy sauce )

1 tbsp

scallion ( minced )

2 large

red chili peppers ( sliced )

5 g


2 large


4 slice (4-2/3 dia x 3/4 thick)


1 avocado, NS as to Florida or California

red onion

1/2 medium

sweet potato

1 medium


3 leaves

jalapeno ( Prepared jalapeño coleslaw, if desired )

10 g

Ginger Scallion Pork Burgers

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Step 1

Preheat a grill or grill pan to medium-high heat.

Step 2

Combine the ground pork, garlic, tamari, ginger, scallions, and chili flakes until well mixed.

Step 3

Form into 4 patties or 8 sliders depending on if you’re serving as lettuce wraps or the size of your sweet potato “bun.”

Step 4

Grill burgers and pineapple slices about 4-5 minutes per side until the desired doneness.

Step 5

While burgers are cooking, heat a sauté pan with a small amount of oil. Cook the sweet potato slices for a few minutes on each side just until they are lightly browned but not soft.

Step 6

Assemble burgers on a plate with toppings.

Summer sun leads to relaxing summer grill-outs with friends and family. Change up your barbequed burger routine with a little something unexpected. Using meats that are not just beef for your patties brings both flavor and variety to your table. Ginger scallion pork burgers combine ground pork with the zestiness of garlic, ginger, and scallions along with the delicious sweet-salty tang of soy sauce for a unique Asian flavor.

Cut the carbs and lighten up these burgers by using vegetables instead of the bun. This burger is fantastic wrapped with a few large pieces of butter lettuce. Using a couple of pieces of the lettuce allows you to wrap it burrito style to hold the multiple topping options. If you enjoy sliders, sauté a few rounds of sweet potato to use in place of the bun.

The slight sweetness of the sweet potato complements the ginger soy combo of these burgers quite nicely. Other non-bun alternatives you could use include lightly grilled slices of zucchini, summer squash, eggplant, or tomato ends. Whether you prefer to use a bun or a vegetable alternative, these burgers are a perfect palate pleaser!

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